Hot Flash Balloon

Frequently Asked Questions

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Question

Why put the entire Hot Flash Balloon packaging in the freezer?

Answer

By placing the entire product packaging in the freezer, this will extend the life of this product. The balloons tend to shrink over time if not kept in the freezer.

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Question

What are the two Wraps for?

Answer

There are two Wraps to cover a cold balloon in a single or double layer. Use one Wrap for maximum cold relief or use two Wraps if the balloon is too cold.

Hot Flash Balloon Product Contents

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About Our Balloons

We use premium quality latex balloons that are 100% biodegradable and made in the USA!

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Made in the USA

Wrap(s)

Included with the Hot Flash Balloon product are two Wraps to cover a frozen balloon in a single or double Wrap layer.

Use one Wrap to cover a Hot Flash Balloon for maximum cold relief or, use two Wraps to cover a balloon if it is too cold up against your skin.

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Balloon in a Wrap

Wrap A Balloon

Inside Out For comfort, turn Wrap inside out and grab balloon.

Pinch & Pull – Pinch balloon and pull Wrap over the balloon.

Safety – The Wrap(s) prevents direct contact with the skin and “freezer burn.”

Storage Container

The Hot Flash Balloons ship and store in a vented storage container to allow air in and around the balloons. This keeps mold, mildew, and pesky germs away.

Place the entire product packaging in the freezer whether you use them or not.

This will extend the life of the Hot Flash Balloon product.

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Made in part with solar energy and up to 70% recycled material.

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Product container is made in the USA.

Hot Flash Balloon_Did You Know?
There are 58 million women aged 50+ in the USA.
75% of them will experience hot flashes.
On average, women will have hot flashes or night sweats for about 7 years. While others can have them for 10 years or more.
Some believe hot flashes may be related to changes in circulation. Hot flashes start when blood vessels near the skin's surface widen to cool off, causing women to sweat.
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