ContourMD Round Gel Packs


ContourMD Round Gel Packs

  • Reduces and helps control inflammation.
  • Reduces muscle spasms.
  • Promotes blood flow.
  • Compression will help reduce edema/inflammation.
  • Reduces pain.

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ContourMD Round Gel Packs by Contour

The 4-inch gel pack covers almost any incision. Cold Compress Therapy helps you recover quicker and more comfortably after your surgical procedure.

Inflammation is your body’s natural healing response to an injury, infection, or post-op. Blood vessels and tissues swell to allow immune cells to reach the damaged site and repair the body naturally.

Utilizing Gel packs helps to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation following surgery. Patients can use the ContourMD gel pack for various cosmetic procedures on the face, breasts, and body.

Each gel pack is lined with a soft fabric surface on the skin and serves as a barrier to prevent frostbite.

Unlike most gel packs, the ContourMD round gel packs will remain flexible even after they are frozen; however, these can also be placed in a bowl of hot water to warm them.

The Gel packs are individual packages.

When Compression Garments Just Aren’t Enough

  • Fabric-lined gel pack to prevent frostbite
  • Flexible for comfort
  • Freezable

Health Benefits of Gel Packs

  • Reduces and helps control inflammation.
  • Reduces muscle spasms.
  • Promotes blood flow.
  • Compression will help reduce edema/inflammation.
  • Reduces pain.

Suggested Usage:

Cosmetic procedures on the face, breasts, and body. Also used to help Edema in your foot and ankles. Doctors and professionals recommend multiple gel packs for use between freezing or heating or numerous procedures.

How to Heat/Cold your gel pack:

Following are the steps to take when using a microwave for your gel pack:

  1. Set the microwave at about 600w, place the gel pack on the turntable, close the door, and start heating. 20 seconds should be enough.
  2. Once this time period has elapsed, remove the gel pack from the microwave using an oven mitt or cloth to protect yourself from the heat.
  3. You might notice that the edges are warmer than the center when touching them because they contain less gel and heat up sooner.
  4. To distribute the heat evenly, try to mix the gel by using your hands (always using an oven mitt or cloth).
  5. Place the gel pack back in the microwave and heat it for 10-20 seconds.
  6. Repeat step 2 and, in general, heat the gel pack until you reach the desired heat level.
  7. When the gel pack has reached the desired temperature, remove it from the microwave, wrap it in a cloth, and place it on the area to be treated.

And now, here’s some information you need to know.

  • It is not necessary for your gel pack to be extremely hot. Pay attention to the temperature, or you may risk getting burned!
  • Do not heat the gel pack for more than 10 to 20 seconds at a time. If you leave the gel pack “in the microwave” too long, you risk melting the plastic. Repeat the operation several times, keeping the same timing and mixing the gel with your fingers.
  • Keep an eye on the gel pack inside the microwave: if it starts to melt, you will be able to intervene promptly.
  • If the gel pack starts melting due to excessive heat, open the microwave door and wait for the gel to cool down before cleaning everything up. Don’t worry; the gel is not toxic.
  • If you need to clean up any spillages in the microwave, make sure to always use a cloth or oven mitt.

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