Stop right here. Don’t turn away because you think this review doesn’t pertain to you since it really does if you have headaches or hot flashes – or anticipate getting them.
Most of us associate hot flashes with menopause but if you are anything like me you can get hot flashes at any age, at any time, even when you’ve passed menopause. It’s one of the scourges that we have to put up with as women. This incredible device is not a one trick pony since it’s wonderful to use when you have a severe headache or worse, a migraine.
Cold-Flash is truly your secret weapon when these ailments are upon you.
My personal story is that I started getting hot flashes about 10 years before I even went into perimenopause. They were pretty tame at the time and gave me no hint that when they blossomed that they’d be as severe as they were. Friends could write pages of being with me and suddenly I’m drenched from the top of my head to my neck. Moisture would run down my face like I was standing in a storm. My hair felt like I’d just gotten out of the shower. My doctors never had an answer to why it hit me so hard but they said that it could be like that for just about everyone. I envy those that don’t get it.
Here I am past menopause and I still get hot flashes. I keep fans in my bathroom and by my computer. I have one running right now as a matter of fact. With Cold-Flash I get discreet ways to temper my flashes. It’s super easy to use.sample
This is not a fan so it’s not as obvious when you use it. It has a metal surface that becomes cold (nicely cold) when turned on. Cold Flash gives 2 hours of relief. Since you can turn it on or off that means you’ll get through several more hours each day. The way to use it is to hold the wand up to your face and hold it up against your skin. I’ll start at my forehead and work my way down. It cools me off stopping the true hot flash from blooming.
There’s an LED charger that I plug into my computer. It takes 3 hours to get a full charge. Once you unplug it it’s good for days until you need it. I’ve put it in my purse when I’m going somewhere that typically triggers a hot flash.
What I haven’t mentioned is that it doesn’t interfere with my makeup. As a matter of fact when I cool down it helps keep it from running down my face. Consider this a tech beauty tool.
Now let’s talk about headaches since this is a great tool for headaches, especially migraines. I find that when one is on the horizon if I put Cold Flash on my forehead and the back of my neck that I can lessen the severity of it. If I have to lay down to deal with a migraine I hold it on my forehead first, the back of my head, and then on my sinus area.
Let’s hear from Bueler on the advantages of this wand:
Even if you are shaking your head and think you don’t need this, think ahead since in the future you really will want Bueler’s secret weapon: COLD-FLASH the hot flash cooling system. — Marcia