Calming Heat

Calming Heat Massaging Knee Wrap

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Calming Heat Massaging Knee Wrap


The Calming Heat™ Knee Wrap combines heat, weighted clay beads and soothing vibrations for deep penetrating heat. The secret is soothing heat that's absorbed into the weighted clay beads, combined with massaging therapy, all stitched into a soft comfortable fabric-delivering soothing pressure therapy right to your knee. Calming Heat™ Knee Wrap features 2 soothing heat settings & 5 massage settings.


  • ADJUSTABLE DESIGN - The Calming Heat™ Vibrating Massaging Knee Wrap features adjustable straps for a custom comfortable fit. Adjust the strap to your perfect fit for extra comfort and targeted relief. The knee heating pad wrap provides soothing heat for you. The adjustable straps securely wraps in place around knee, thighs, calves, arms, and legs!
  • EASY TO USE FEATURES - Calming Heat™ Knee Wrap features nine-foot cord making it easy use anywhere. Achieve relaxation and unwind with the convenience and peace of mind of the Auto-Shut off feature that ensures safe use.
  • COMFORTABLE MASSAGING VIBRATIONS - Calming Heat™ Knee Wrap has 2 therapeutic heat settings combined with 5 vibration settings for 10 relaxing combinations. You can alternate the 5 vibrations between pulse, continuous, wave, quick pulse, & mixed so you have soothing, customized relief anytime you need it.
  • HIGH QUALITY FABRIC - Calming Heat™ Massaging Knee Wrap is made with a plush luxurious velveteen fabric that feels soft and smooth to the touch. This plush fabric is soft on skin and provides an ultra-comfortable experience.
  • WEIGHTED CLAY BEAD FILLING- Weighted clay beads provide gentle pressure and evenly disperse the soothing heat. Helps to calm and soothe muscle aches, stiff joints, and pains.
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