Beat the heat with your own personal, portable A/C!
Lynda Marie of Palm Springs™ - since 2003
Cleavage Coolers® are the most efficient body cooling system out there
without needing additional meds!
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Men get hot, too, and love the fabulous gel neck wraps!
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Contact: 952-471-1108 - email: lynda@CLEAVAGECOOLERS.com
Cleavage Coolers® are beautiful fabric covered self-contained gel packs (not GOOEY crystals) in the perfect oblong shape 5" x 2".
Each gel pack features a loop at the top for hanging your sunglasses when in place. Each gel pack comes with a matching thermal carrying
case designed to keep the gel pack cold for up to 4 hours until needed. Cleavage Coolers® are used to cool body temerature
by tucking discreetly down the front of your bra, against the sternum, or on the back of the neck, on the forehead,
under the arm, on your wrists, behind the knee and on other pulse points that react to the chill.
When placed on your throat it causes blood flow to the brain to cool which helps with migraines. Cleavage Coolers®
can also be used to soothe surgical wounds and swelling.
Cleavage Cooler gels freeze solid like a popcicle. Once in place in your cleavage they gently thaw in about an hour.
That cold sensation calms anxiety and INSTANTLY cools you down.
Great to use when cooking, working out, hiking, biking, gardening, mowing, riding, teaching, speaking, dancing.
Brides, golfers and tennis players use them to calm jittery nerves.
Cancer patients going through chemo and radiation treatments use Cleavage Coolers® to calm hot flashes and night sweats
caused by the drug Tamoxifen. When applied to the jaw they soothe mouth sores related to chemo.
For insomnia, lie on your side and slip a cold one between your boobs.
Proudly hand-made by Yours Truly since 2003, as seen on "Dr. Phil".
Special requests welcome. Fast turnaround usually 2 -3 days.
United States Trademark Reg. No. 3,947,251. Serial No. 85-099,158.
Filed June 1, 2002 and April 19, 2011.