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Registered with Health Canada as a medical device, Warmy is great for heating (for chills, tummy aches or inflammation) or for cooling (for swelling, bumps or bruises) to provide much-needed comfort and pain relief. Find him seated in his cozy chair!
Filled with hypoallergenic rice
Natural, safe, reusable and compostable after 100 uses
100% polyester fabric
Efficient hot and cold
27 X 34 cm (10.5 in x 13 in)
Wipe with a damp cloth. Do not immerse in water.
Use as a hot compress by heating the Warmy in the microwave* and as a cold compress by storing it in the freezer.
*Do not use in the oven.
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Another snow day over here at the Philly farm! The twins have been so content and love to play in it ( I currently have about 5 snowmen around the yard) They come in for quick warm-ups and a couple snacks, then they're back at it again. They've been loving on their Warmy Magic Bags and take them out with them to stay warm, then heat them up again when they come inside to soothe those snowy chills. The Magic Bags are filled with hypoallergenic organic rice, that provide safe and natural pain relief.
Just in time for the bumps and bruises of back-to-school, and the cold and flu season!
Warmy offers huggable therapy kids love! The Warmy compress is a source of comfort for children aged 3 and over. Registered with Health Canada as a medical device, it provides warmth to safely alleviate stomach aches, calm shivers and help relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Applied cold, it soothes minor injuries and helps relieve pain and reduce swelling.
This compress promotes relaxation and is ideal for relieving the following problems:
Chills, colds, flu symptoms
Cold hands and feet
Help us make children’s wishes come true. A percentage of the profits for every Warmy product sold will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which helps sick children.