I’m so thankful for a stylish, non-medical way to manage body heat!
Hello, I’m Sophie and I live in Australia.
I was diagnosed with secondary progressive MS in 2009 while training for my first half-marathon and working as a Registered Nurse.
Like many of us, I find managing heat to be a huge challenge. Heat causes me distress and really saps my energy. I tended to stay in-doors during summer but this meant I missed out on many family and social events and I wasn’t able to exercise either.
I was given a beautiful pink WrapMeCool to try and was absolutely amazed at the difference it made!! I felt cool, comfortable and less stressed. I could go out with my friends and participate in the MS Peer Support groups that I facilitated. The best part is that they are beautiful, discreet and compliment whatever I am wearing!
Now I have several wraps in different colours and I laugh because my biggest problem is to choose which one looks best! They are definitely my secret weapon for dealing with the heat because they make the intolerable, tolerable and allow me to get out and enjoy my life with dignity 😊.
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We wanted to see the bird with bright blue feet. We were all prepared with our WrapMeCool scarves and wraps to keep us cool in the hot sun and to help us sleep. They were definitely on the packing list.
Hot. Sweating. Flustered. If you’re a busy mum — or even just a busy woman — then these are words that might be familiar to you. My kids like nothing better than to sit on top of me. I don’t know why, or what is so appealing about it, but they love it!
We were excited to receive some WrapMeCool wraps to trial as a family — not just any family, but a family of five who happen to be travelling around Australia in a caravan.
With three little people on board — aged 5, 3 ½ and 2 — it can be pretty hard to stay cool in hot climates. With our WrapMeCools we are instantly cooled wherever we go. We use them at the beach, on our hikes, while we’re in the car, even while we’re sleeping!
The great thing is they can be wet with any water source; beaches, rivers, creeks, even a puddle if that’s all you’ve got!