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    Spoonie Neck Hot & Cold Pack Home / Spoonie Neck Hot & Cold Pack

    $50.00

    Spoonie’s Neck wrap can assist with neck or shoulder pain, muscle stress and more.

    • Filled with Australian grown Lupins – Fragrance Free
    • Retain heat longer than wheat and rice filled heat bags
    • Can be used as hot & cold pack
    • Made from 100% Cotton

    NOTE: The design will be chosen at random.

    Please note that we are not required to provide a refund or replacement on personal use items unless the item is faulty.

    4 in stock

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    User Guide:

    • Heat in microwave for 1 & 1/2 minutes depending on microwave wattage and desired heat.
    • Care must be taken when heating and in use
    • To use as cold pack, keep wrapped and store in freezer

    Delivery Info:

    • It will take 3-5 business days for us to process and deliver your order.
    • Free local pick up available at the clinic

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