By Tony Bergida and Steve Sharpe
Back in High School, I tore my ankle playing football. It burned like crazy, a long dull tingling that would not go away. Countless hours were spent lying on the couch with my foot elevated and a cold pack sitting on top. The ice felt good. But was it really treating my injury?
The science says probably not! Doctors recommend that cold packs for most injuries need to provide treatment in the temperature range of 33F-39F for 20-30 minutes to facilitate meaningful recovery. Often, a cold pack will relieve the pain for a short period, but do very little toward improving recovery time. We’re changing that. Most cold packs don’t even go below 40F, and when they do, they often can’t stay within the prescribed range for more than 10 -15 minutes.
We have designed an instant on-demand cold pack that actually accomplishes what the doctor prescribes. In addition to being instant (first-time instant activation), our cold pack is also reusable and its performance surpasses current medical cold packs.
So why is the Frosty Cold Pack so much better than its rivals? There are a few reasons. First, we have the best gel, which simply gets colder, gets cold faster and stays cold longer. The gel’s malleable properties allow for more flexibility than what’s on the market and complete skin contact. Thus, our packs fully cover and treat the area of injury. Traditional cold packs are average at best, often filled with prills and/or lots of air, which really hampers their cooling power.
Frosty Cold’s patented cooling gel has performed exceptionally well versus other mainstream cold packs in its testing. Our formula truly gets cold faster and stays cold longer than other products that are currently on the market. Stay tuned for more info as Frosty Cold prepares to release its cold pack and other products into the retail market in Q1-2018.