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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 June 2020
I have been using these strips now for about ten years during migraine attacks. I find that the best approach is to combine these cooling strips with a darkened room and a simple eye mask. Recently I have also been using these strips on my forehead alongside white tiger balm on my temples and down my neck. This combination of cooling action is a really great distraction from the pain of a migraine headache, especially if I can get ahead of the pain just when the migraine aura starts. My only criticisms of these is strips is that a) they are quite pricey if you use them regularly, and b) they are wrapped in sachets of two strips- if there is a long interval between using the first and second strip, it does feel like they lose their cooling ability a little. Overall I would recommend trying these out as a part of your migraine management strategy.
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