The SRC Relief Femme-ze Perineum Ice & Heat Packs are perfect companions to SRC Pregnancy Shorts and Leggings (which serves as a great vulvar varicosities support garment) as well as SRC Recovery Shorts and Leggings the SRC Perineal Ice Pack will provide relief down there.
Perineal warmth may be used in conjunction with massage prior to giving birth.
The perineal ice pack is a great addition to your home first aid kit. Specifically for reducing vaginal inflammation for a wide variety of conditions; during pregnancy and recovery.
Hot and Cold treatments are a natural and safe way to ease pain and reduce swelling from perineal tears and stitches as well as haemorrhoids. The Femme-eze ice & heat packs may alleviate symptoms of vulvodynia, vulvar varicosities, labiaplasty, episiotomu, perineal tearing, swelling or bruising, haemorrhoids, laser hair removal and waxing trauma.
Great for treating trauma from waxing and laser hair removal, the Femme-eze Perineal Ice Pack is similarly shaped to a contoured sanitary pad which will be easily concealed in your underwear.
Yeast infections can be caused by a number of things such as pregnancy and several medications, our Perineal Ice Pack over the area may decrease inflammation as well as the urge to itch.
Sporting injuries to your perineum are painful and can happen quite easily. From a long bike ride to horse riding or martial arts, the perineum is prone to swelling like any other body part and your frozen bag of peas or a standard ice pack will simply not suffice. SRC’s Perineal Ice Pack will provide an immediate pain-relieving solution. Make sure you have the Ice Pack in your freezer as part of your home first aid arsenal available to quickly reduce the amount of swelling and speed up healing. The R.I.C.E. principle of Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation works for your lady bits.
SRC Perineum Ice pack can also be used for honeymooners disease, soothing and providing relief down there.
The reusable SRC Perineal Ice and Heat Pack is made from a soft grade polyvinyl that is non-toxic and latex free, is safe to use during pregnancy and while nursing.
Please refer to the treatment of different conditions in the table below and make sure to follow directions. Always first consult with your health care professional to make sure the treatment is not contraindicated for your specific circumstances. If symptoms persist, please consult with your health care provider.