- Ice packs are ideal for many sports injuries, particularly when there are no first aid facilities close by.
- Ideal to treat sprains and strains immediately after injury, the most critical time.
- Instant ice packs treat multiple injuries, help reduce swelling and bruising and are perfect for the office or workplace.
- No need to place ice packs in the freezer, simply squeeze the water sachet inside the pack to activate them.
- Ideal for emergency pitchside use
Packs are safe to use on children
How to use Sterofreeze Instant Ice Packs
Find the water sachet inside the pack, squeeze as hard as you can to release the contents
Shake the ice pack for a few seconds to activate; the pack will begin to turn cold within seconds
Apply underwrap to provide compression and create a barrier against the skin to prevent ice burn
Secure the ice pack to the injured area using a cohesive bandage or PhysioWrap; this will also provide additional compression
Repeat the process every few hours for the first 24 hours after an injury
Instant Ice Packs in the workplace
An instant ice pack alleviates multiple injuries, and helps reduce swelling and bruising, and is perfect for an office or workplace as they don’t need to be kept in a fridge.
Tests show that when using electronic digital thermometer and measuring the temperature every 30 seconds, Sterofreeze Instant Ice Packs:
Reduces in temperature far quicker than alternative brands
Stays colder for longer, which is important for faster healing
- Do not: Apply directly to the skin
- Do not: Apply to broken skin
- Do not: Puncture the bag
- Supervise when using on children
- External use only
- Seek medical attention immediately if contents are swallowed