Start any rehabilitation program for your body with rest, until the pain and swelling are reduced. Ice three times a day for 20 minutes with an ice pack you can make at home.

Start any rehabilitation program for your body with rest, until the pain and swelling are reduced. Ice three times a day for 20 minutes with an ice pack you can make at home.

A simple solution to cool those lunch boxes! No drip Homemade Ice Packs. Super cheap & easy to make!

A simple solution to cool those lunch boxes! No drip Homemade Ice Packs. Super cheap & easy to make!

Medical Life Hack ~ How to make an ice pack. (Now with 20% more savings and…

Medical Life Hack ~ How to make an ice pack. (Now with 20% more savings and…

DIY Ice Packs - great for aches, pains, and boo boos.  Make them easily with items you probably already have on hand.  For full instructions visit http://saving4six.com/2014/04/diy-ice-packs.html

DIY Ice Packs - great for aches, pains, and boo boos. Make them easily with items you probably already have on hand. For full instructions visit http://saving4six.com/2014/04/diy-ice-packs.html

Make your own flexible ice pack at home for less than $2 using common household products.  Yes please...

Make your own flexible ice pack at home for less than $2 using common household products. Yes please...

A blog about scrapbooking and crafting.  A great place to find all my Good Things Utah tutorial step by step!

A blog about scrapbooking and crafting. A great place to find all my Good Things Utah tutorial step by step!

Home Made Gel Ice Packs - This is awesome! My back got sunburned so I got one of those huge ziploc bags they have for storing toys and made a huge version of this and laid on top of it.

Home Made Gel Ice Packs - This is awesome! My back got sunburned so I got one of those huge ziploc bags they have for storing toys and made a huge version of this and laid on top of it.

homemade ice packs--can use wine bladders or collapsible/foldable water bottles in place of ziplocs as long as they are clearly marked that they are not to be consumed

homemade ice packs--can use wine bladders or collapsible/foldable water bottles in place of ziplocs as long as they are clearly marked that they are not to be consumed

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