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Cold Therapy Mittens



Within seconds our cold therapy mittens chill fingers and the entire hand to help relieve pain, swelling and chronic joint conditions like arthritis.

Frequently used to relieve chemotherapy side effects. Includes two insulated mittens with a soft Lycra lining and four inner gel cold packs to ensure long cold therapy treatments. Unlike competing products with zero mobility, each mitten includes an articulated thumb and segmented gel pack gussets to help fingers bend more easily. A Wide, full-length opening allows for easy insertion and removal of gel packs. Easily adjust the fit with a convenient hook-and-loop fastener at the wrist.

The Small/Medium and Large/XL mittens are similarly sized to standard winter mittens or gloves. If ever in doubt, choose the larger size.

After 20 years of providing the professional healthcare market with top-notch recovery solutions, we’ve now adapted the same medical technologies for consumer use. 

Our team has one simple goal: Helping you feel more comfortable - not only with smarter products, but by providing the greatest customer care possible, which includes Free Standard Shipping on Everything, and backing it with our famous 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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We’re located in Whippany, New Jersey. And our products are all designed right here in the USA!

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Mary Lou Nethers
4 1/2 rounded up to 5 for convenience

The good science behind keeping your hands cold during chemo to keep the chemicals out of your fingertips, and avoid nerve damage in the form of neuropathy, is finally catching on in treatment centers. 5 years ago for another occurrence of cancer, I used homemade ice packs made from frozen peas for this purpose. These were so easy to freeze at home and bring with me to treatment in a freezer bag. However, my treatments are long, so after the first two applications (15 minutes each hour) I had to go with the ice bags the center had on hand. This didn't stop me from loving them, however, because my oncologist suggested I use them for 24 hours after treatment (minus sleep time). At home, it was great to be able to put them in and out of the my own freezer. They are easy to put on and off and really do keep your hands cold, especially the precious fingertips.

I bought these with the freezer booties, which I also love.

Charles Oleniczak
Great transaction.

Will shop with them again.

Therapy mittens and socks

I recently received the mittens and socks. I bought 2 pair of mittens and one pair of socks with an extra set of gel packs for the socks. I used them for the first time at my 4th chemo treatment which was yesterday. so far I have not felt any tingling in my finger or toes and have not had any of the cold sensations when touching cold items so far. I wore each pair for about 45 minutes each. A couple of my fingers tips that got really cold when wearing the gloves were sore yesterday and today. So maybe take a little break with the gloves so not to have this happen. I also chewed ice chips during the chemo and I have not had any metallic or dry mouth this time either. If you are able to handle the cold during treatment it seemed to work for me.

Sue O
Worked great to prevent neuropathy during chemotherapy

I just finished my 12-week cycle of Taxol chemotherapy and I used these mittens and Natracure’s cold therapy socks for all treatments. I have no neuropathy in either my hands or feet, so they really worked for me. I put them in the freezer with their gel packs inserted the night before my chemo. On the morning of my treatment, I packed them in a rolling igloo cooler with some additional gel packs between the layers of mittens and socks. Both the socks and the mittens stayed cold for me for approximately 20-30 minutes, so I used 2 pairs of each for my 1 hour Taxol infusion. The mittens made my hands extremely cold, so I had to take them off for a few minutes every 10 minutes or so. Fortunately, they’re easy to get on and off. Also, I was able to use a stylus and use my I pad with the mittens on since they have an articulated thumb - awkward, but it worked.

Eileen Stewart

These actually help with chemotherapy. They really work and are easy to use.

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