NatraCure Cold Therapy Socks – Gel Ice treatment for feet, heels, swelling, arch pain – (Size: Large)

NatraCure’s #1 selling product! If you are on your feet all day, have chronic conditions, or are recovering from a foot injury, end every day by slipping into a pair of our customer-favorite Cold Therapy Socks. They provide targeted cold therapy for sore, tired, cold or aching feet due to work, sorts, or daily wear and tear. INCLUDES: one pair of comfortable nylon material cold socks, two full-foot-length gel packs, and two half-size gel packs. Washable and reusable.

Product Features

  • USES: Within seconds, chills entire foot to relieve: sore feet, hot feet, tired feet, aching feet, & painful chronic conditions like plantar fasciitis and arthritis.
  • IMMEDIATE RELIEF: from inflammation & swelling from sprains or strains of the arch, ball-of-foot, heel, neuropathy, or any foot injury. Ideal for people who are on their feet all day.
  • SIZING: Best-suited for Women’s Size: 10-13; and Men’s Size: 9-12 One pair.
  • HOW IT WORKS: Neutralizes pain & wear and tear with a chilled gel pack beneath the length of the foot, & another half-size pack for top of foot or behind heel.

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3 Responses to NatraCure Cold Therapy Socks – Gel Ice treatment for feet, heels, swelling, arch pain – (Size: Large)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Bought for chemo – trying to avoid neuropathy I bought these for the particular chemotherapy I’m on – there’s a risk of neuropathy that I hope to avoid by icing using these socks. My USA size 11 women’s feet required the larger black socks, but they fit perfectly. I need the ice pads on my toes especially, and I have found it necessary to add tissues above the gel packs to keep the pressure where it needs to be. Hence my 4 star rating – the area here is too large, at least if you really want to keep your toes cold. I bought the…

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Chemotherapy neuropathy avoidance I use these for chemotherapy (Taxol) in hopes of avoiding the frequent side effect of neuropathy. The “socks” stay cold for 40 min ok – especially if I stick each foot in its gel sock in a large wool sock. After 40 minutes, my husband helps me change to a fresh set of socks for the next 40 minutes of infusion. The infusion lasts 1 hour, and we try to start at least 5 min. ahead and leave for at least 5 min after. My toes hurt from the cold, but they have not developed any frostbite. I…