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  • If you’ve ever had achy muscles, if you’ve ever pushed yourself a little too much at the gym, if you’ve ever had a sore shoulder from sleeping on it “weird”, then you likely know how much relief you can get with a good heating pad or cooling pad. Thermal-Aid and Thermal-Aid Bears are a convenient, all natural way to get that wonderful soothing relief for achy muscles, fevers, arthritis, headaches, and other aches and pains that can make you feel “blah.”

    Soothing Heating Pads or Cooling Pads

    The Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack is a versatile, all-natural way to help easy achy, sore muscles. Filled with a special corn, and covered with natural cotton, the Thermal-Aid pack can be used on your ankles, back, neck – wherever you might need some extra heat or coolness. The fill has a nice weight to it which allows the pack to mold around the treatment area.

    Thermal-Aid and Thermal-Aid  Bear

    For heat treatments, simply place the Thermal-Aid into the microwave for 45 seconds to 1 minute. The corn absorbs the heat from the microwave, making it an awesome heating pad. Instead of one of those gel-filled ice packs that freezes like a brick, you can put the Thermal-Aid pack in the freezer for a few hours and it becomes a moldable, shapeable ice pack. If you work out a lot, or just to be prepared, it might be a good idea to keep an extra Thermal-Aid pack in the freezer at all times, so it’s available as soon as you need it. Best of all, the Thermal-Aid is all natural and can be heated and cooled as many times as you need.

    Thermal-Aid Heating and Cooling Pack and Thermal-Aid Bear

    You can heat/cool these Thermal-Aid packs as many times as you need!

    For kids, there’s something wonderfully soothing about being able to hug a warm (or cool) Thermal-Aid Bear. Just like the original Thermal-Aid, you can heat this cuddly bear up to be cozy warm when you give it a huge or chill it down to help cool and soothe. The Thermal-Aid Bear comes in five different colors and is covered in a soft, terry-cloth material. The head, arms, and legs are stuffed while the bear’s belly is filled with corn, making it very huggable and can bring a little extra comfort.

    Any family with a child could certainly use a Thermal-Aid Bear, and any adult would appreciate the relief from the Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack. You can find Thermal-Aid products in-stores at Costco, Walgreen’s and other stores nation-wide. You can also purchase Thermal-Aid online from Amazon. The Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack starts at $19.95 for the small pack and you can snag a Thermal-Aid Bear for as low as $20.03.

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    About Thermal-Aid

    “Thermal-Aid” is a revolutionary, 100% natural therapeutic heating/cooling treatment pack specifically designed for the medical field, to reduce swelling and relieve pain.

    Thermal-Aid Online

    The WiC Project Thermal-Aid Giveaway

    The Prize:
    One winner will receive a Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack and a Thermal-Aid bear!

    Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.

    192 Comments so far. Please add yours!

    • Chandra Beckwith says:

      I would use it when my kids get hurt or sick.

    • Shary says:

      I would use it for my back (cooling) and as a fever reducing aid for my daughter, who tends to get sick all the time from daycare.

    • Lynnette Watkins says:

      On the back of my neck.

    • Lori B says:

      I would send it to my Son for my first grandson who will be born on the 20th of this month. That way they will have one for him as he gets older too.

    • Marlete L. says:

      I would use it for all sorts of ailments from when my daughter gets sick to when my hubby has a long day at work

    • CindyW says:

      neck & shoulders.

    • kristin sawatzke says:

      I would use it for my kids if they got hurt!

    • Tiffany says:

      I would use this many many times and for many many things. For teething or just a hard day!

    • Tammy Horn says:

      I would use it for any neck pain my husband or I have, and any ailments it may help with my daycare children.

    • rennie quinn says:

      on mt elbow when itacts up

    • Tricha says:

      use on my neck

    • Amy Rouse says:

      I’d give it to my daughter to have for my baby grandson’s boo boos!

    • Karen says:

      I would heat this up and put on my feet when going to bed in the winter to warm them up!
      Thanks, Karen
      lemontart5kb at gmail dot com

    • jennifer allison says:

      Two people with fibromyalgia and chronic pain in my house would love this.

    • Crystal Thompson says:

      Looks like a neat product!!

    • Anika Hughes says:

      I’d use it for sore muscles after a hard workout.

    • Helga says:

      for sore musckes after working outside

    • Karen Smith says:

      I would use it when my son got hurt or sick. Thanks for the chance!!!

    • Noreen says:

      To ease my daughters growing pains

    • mrsshukra says:

      I wold heat it up and apply it behind my neck!

    • Julie B. says:

      I would use the heating pad for myself, as I have hypothyroidism and get cold very easily. The cooling pad would be for the hot and humid weather.

    • gen says:

      for my neck

    • Megan Parsons says:

      I’d use this for my kids when they don’t feel good!

    • Keely Hostetter says:

      I would use it for my headaches or when the kids aren’t feeling well.

    • Beth Rayle McCubbins says:

      I would use it to help ease the pain in my neck. I have arthritis.

    • Hoa Le says:

      I would use it when we get any type of aches around the household.

    • sherry k says:

      perfect for my husband’s sore neck

    • Steve Stone says:

      my wife is on her feet all day in retail and this would be good for her back.

    • Vickie Mason says:

      I would use it on the aching muscles in my neck.

    • Deneen K Berry says:

      Awwwww, adorable

    • Colleen Maurina says:

      I would use the Thermal-Aid Bear heated up for my little grandson to cuddle on cold nights!

      colljerr at comcast dot net

    • Amanda Rauch says:

      I would give the bear to my nieces and let my husband use the other on his knee.

    • Christine Beasley says:

      I would use it for my arthritis aches and our granddaughter’s boo boos

    • Sherri says:

      I would use it for all the pain I get from fibromyalgia and arthritis

    • clarissa says:

      i could use it today, I have a little one with a 104 fever shivering…she could use a warm bear to cuddle

    • I’d use it on my neck, it’d be great!!!!!!!

    • barbara remaly hart says:

      I have back pain, migraines, & chronic sinus problems. All three of these could use the help of thermal aid. Plus I suffer from arthritis too.

    • Dana says:

      for my cramps

    • Deb K says:

      I would use this on my legs.

    • agnes says:

      I would use on my back.

    • Tari Lawson says:

      I would use it to sooth sore muscles after a workout.

    • Fee (Phyllis) Roberts says:

      I would use the Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack for my arthritis and the bear I would give to my granddaughter =D

    • sandra says:

      i’d use them for my pms headaches

    • KJ Skib says:

      I would use it for all those little boo-boos.

    • Gail Gray says:

      I would use this on my shoulders, which get quite “tight” when I spend too many hours at work. And yes, I’d gladly flash a bear at work! :)

    • Janet C says:

      The last 4 discs in my lower back are GONE and it is now just bone on bone and EXTREMELY painful all the time..I could REALLY use this!! TRUST ME WHEN I TELL YOU THIS!!!

    • Chelsea says:

      I’d use it for my kids… they always need a little comfort when they’re hurt… but I’d probably use it for me too (on my back or neck)

    • I would use it for my little ones, my daughter would prob use it better then she uses ice packs.

    • Janine says:

      For my son’s boo boos!

    • Sara Blose says:

      For my son’s growing pains

    • Brynn says:

      I have Fribromyalgia and a bad back so this would help me immensely after a long day at work on my feet all day.

    • naomi c says:

      the bear is such a cute way to help a kid in pain

    • Megan Cromes says:

      the heating and cooling bear ty;)

    • Stephanie Larison says:

      The bear would be great to calm down my daughter and use it on her boo-boo’s.

    • Cheryl Chervitz says:

      I would use it on my lower back or neck, plus my knees when they need it.

    • Mandala says:

      Shoulder and lower back when I have cramps. Thanks! :)

    • Tamar says:

      I’d give it to my kids and use it to make them feel better.

    • denise says:

      for the older boys after sports

    • cheryl says:

      great for sore muscles or headaches

    • Connie Baker says:

      I would use it on my neck…I have 2 bulging discs

    • Adrienne says:

      I would use the bear for my daughter when she gets owies.

    • Ruby Yoshi says:

      I would use it on my shoulder to get some relief at the end of the day

    • soha molina says:

      I’d use the pack on my aching back.

    • Christine says:

      my lower back

    • Claire says:

      the heating & cooling pad

    • patricia skinner says:

      I would use it on my shoulder.

    • Dawn K says:

      I’d use the bear on my neck!

    • Jan says:

      I’d use it on my back, lower back especially :)

    • Melissa S says:

      I would use the pack cool on my lower back,and the bear would be great for fever or bellyaches.

    • Debbie Welchert says:

      I would use the Thermal-Aid Pack on my neck and shoulder to relieve the pain and the Thermal-Aid Bear would be used on my grandchildren for their little aches.

    • Karen says:

      On my back after working on my feet all day. Thanks for the giveaway.

    • tina reynolds says:

      I would so use lower back pain is my issue

    • A. Anderson says:

      i would use it when i’m sick on my head or kids

    • Cathy Jarolin says:

      I would use them for my sore shoulder~~~

    • Denise M says:

      for when my daughter gets a boo-boo

    • michelle gilliland mcafee says:

      I would use the heat pack on my shoulders and neck. It’s where I hold all my stress.

    • Shea Balentine says:

      heat/cool pack would be used on my shoulders or hubby’s lower back

    • Annmarie W. says:

      My kids would love the thermal aid bear when they have a tummy ache. And I would definitely use the pack on my neck & shoulders when they’re sore!

    • Grace Dressler says:

      I have so many uses for it. Right now I would put on my sore neck and shoulder

    • Nicole Sender says:

      My grandson gets headaches & I think he would benefit from the cool Thermal-aid Bear.

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      This would help cure any tummy-aches dd gets! Plus maybe it would help her go to sleep faster at night!

    • martha says:

      Would use daily pain all over,THANKS

    • Lucy Schwartz says:

      This would be so handy. The current thinking for an injury i.e. sprain etc is ice it. And for the heating part, it is winter and my feet get sooo cold!

    • Gina H. says:

      For kids bumps & bruises.

    • brittney says:

      i would use it for my daughters growing pains

    • Nicole Lancaster says:

      I would use the Thermal-Aid Heating and Cooling pack for my aches and pains and the bear for my child aches and pains.

    • My fiance has a back injury so his muscles tighten up a lot so this would come in handy.

    • Amanda B says:

      I would heat up the pack and put it on my shoulders and upper back. Those are my two spots that cause me a lot of aches and pains. Then with the bear I would use it cold for when my 3 yo gets hurt. Thanks for the giveaway!

    • jeannine s says:

      I would use it on my back and when kids hurt themselves

    • sandra davis says:

      i would use it on my right shoulder which is been bothering me really bad

    • Jennifer Boehme says:

      I would use it for my lower back problems.

    • Paula Hafner says:

      I would use it when I have a migraine or when one of the kids have a belly ache.

    • Krystal M says:

      I would use it after I’ve worked a really hard job! My muscles get really sore after!

    • Paula Tavernie says:

      Id use on my neck and shoulders!
      ptavernie at yahoo dot com

    • Desiree Dunbar says:

      I’d use it to warm up myself and my daughter when we are cold and sick.

    • Vicki Wurgler says:

      Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack

    • Karen Gonyea says:

      I would use this for everyday aches and pains :)

    • annette campbell says:

      I would use it on my left arm. It hurts all the time

    • melina r says:

      i would use it for my neck

    • Jmstrunk (Sybille) says:

      I’d give it to a friend of mine to use, since she’s constantly in pain, poor lady.

    • Gennie Lancaster says:

      My daughter is very clumsy so I would like to use it on her when she gets hurt.

    • linda matson says:

      My hubby

    • Francine Anchondo says:

      I would use it for my head i get really bad headaches

    • Susan says:

      For my chronic back and neck problems.

    • clare rey says:

      I have two boys need I say more

    • It’s nice for tight muscles, especially in my lower back.

    • Stacy O says:

      I’d like the bear because it’s cute and it would be great for cramps.

    • Lorena Keech says:

      I have a bad back so this could be used either hot or cold on it.

    • Jennifer C says:

      I would use it for back cramps.

    • tina page says:

      for my neck and shoulder problems

    • Diane Hamel says:

      for my grandchildren

    • Jennifer Reed says:

      I would use this on my sore shoulder muscles.

    • Gianna says:

      For chronic pain.

    • diane Baum says:

      i would use it for my Lupus pains

    • shawna says:

      I would use it for the toddler.

    • Melanie Montgomery says:

      when I have cramps

    • Kathy Pease says:

      id love the heating and cooling pack

    • Nicole C. says:

      I’d use it for my lower back pain and cramping.

    • Julie says:

      I would use it for my kids boo boos or aches and pains. My son gets lots of growing pains right now and he’s always hitting his head on something. Poor kid.

    • laurie says:

      i would use it on my back

      lmurley2000@yahoo.com

    • Pauline M says:

      I would give this to my daughter to help her with her cramps!

    • Deborah Grant says:

      I would like to use it as a gift for my girlfriend who is raising her three little Granddaughters, their Mommy died last year.

    • Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

      for my grandkids’ ouchies and blah days
      vmkids3 at msn dot com

    • Charlene Shaver says:

      I would use this on my sore feet :)

    • Whitney L says:

      My boys get ear aches so this would be great for them!

    • Michelle Tucker says:

      I’d use the pad on my back and on my knees.

    • Melissa Shirley says:

      I would use it on my neck.
      melissalucky43@yahoo.com

    • harolde says:

      Use it for my grandson when he doesn’t feel well.

    • Peggy Rydzewski says:

      My grandson could use this.

    • Kayla says:

      I’d use it on my knees!

    • Ashley Gao says:

      To relieve cramps

    • Laurie Emerson says:

      I would use it for my daughter when she gets earaches.

    • Kelly Britton says:

      I get earaches frequently and have fibromyalgia so definitely would be put to good use.

    • LauraLaura says:

      I have three daughters, it would heal lots of booboos and broken spirits.

    • kelley roach says:

      use after a hard workout

    • Terri Clark says:

      Thanks for the great giveaway, I like your blog!

    • Terri Clark says:

      OOps, I would used it for my foot when heel pain strikes.

    • Melinda says:

      I would use it to help with my back pain!

    • Sammy Kim says:

      I would use it for my sister.

    • my daughter has an ovarian cyst. the pain is horrible once a month for a few days. this would help to relieve this pain

    • Cassandra Eastman says:

      I would use it for when my kids get sick!

    • Elle Thomas says:

      I’d use it on my sore joints after a day of teaching small children!

    • Breanne says:

      I’d use it during headaches

    • Roxann says:

      I would use it on everything from bruises to headaches.

    • Dawn Reid says:

      On my lower back
      mightynaynay(at)cs.com

    • JoAnn F. says:

      I would use it on my back and my grandson if needed.
      jofo120 at yahoo dot com

    • steve mccuan says:

      this would be great for my grandson

    • Danna Wolf says:

      The thermal aid I would use for my lady time of the month ;)
      The bear I would probably give as a present.

    • Eileen Burke says:

      I would use it for when my kids have fevers

    • Kari Flores says:

      I have 4 boys and bumps and bruises are common place so this will be helpful there as well as when they have colds/flu.

    • Kelly R. says:

      I’d use it when my daughter has a fever.

    • Kendra Gillilan says:

      Lupus pain

    • D Schmidt says:

      I would use it to help ease my children’s aches and pains.

    • Gayle J says:

      I would use it for back pain

    • Corey Olomon says:

      Rheumatoid Arthritis and Crohn’s Disease pain

    • Susan Climan says:

      I would use this for my upper back pain and my husband would use it for his lower back pain.

    • bill elliott says:

      I would use it for chronic back and neck Pain

    • Karen F says:

      I would use it for neck and shoulder pain from an auto accident

    • Jeanna says:

      I would use the bear for when my children are sick!

    • Rachel says:

      I would give it to my daughter when she needs comfort

    • Samii Meyer says:

      I have fibromyalgia, so I think this would be helpful on my muscles.

    • jules mcnubbin says:

      i’d use it on my lower back

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      Ugh I think I put in the wrong link for the tweet. It should be: https://twitter.com/Dolphin4176/status/286568231311912960

    • susan smoaks says:

      i tend to get a lot of muscle aches and pains and this would totally help out a lot!

    • Stephanie from CT says:

      back pain

    • Cálaeb Temple says:

      shoulder blade pain!

    • Laura Bradley says:

      for back pain

    • Rosey says:

      I’d use the bear.

    • Jo-Ann Brightman says:

      I have arthritis and wuld use the thermal aid on my knees and wrists

    • Michelle Little says:

      I would give it to my Mom for all her aches and pains.

    • Billy s says:

      back pain

    • Beth C says:

      lower b ack pain

    • Kathleen M Smith says:

      I would use them when I sprain something or have muscle pain.

    • Bill r says:

      My knees would love you for this

    • Candace says:

      I would use it for lower back pain.

    • Alex Roach says:

      I would use it for menstrual cramps. I have the worst!

    • Lisa B says:

      I would use it for my husband when his back goes out.

    • Sheryl says:

      I would use it on my aching shoulders after shoveling snow.

    • Beverly M says:

      I would have used the heat today on my arm that was sore with arthritis. Thanks for this contest.

    • Shirley Zolenski says:

      For my lower back pain

    • monte says:

      For back pain

    • meme says:

      I would use it for back and pinched nerve pain

    • Jaque R. says:

      I would use these to relieve tight muscles, cramps and to soothe. :-) Thank you.

    • DeborahHyatt says:

      Would Love to Win This

    • Saver Sara says:

      This would be for my son when he has a fever. I wish I had this now!

    • Sand says:

      I would use it for back pain.

    • Laura Unger says:

      I would use the Thermal aid bear for my son who is always catching something from preschool.

    • bethanny says:

      for back pain

    • Cassandra McCann says:

      my little ones would love it and I also home school

    • Wendy McBride says:

      I would use it for cramps and muscle aches.

      wendym at cableone dot net

    • Joana A says:

      i would use it for my back and the bear would be for my kids

    • Kathy Lane says:

      I would use it for muscle aches.

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