Excerpt from Staying Healthy With MS Blog
If you love traveling or the outdoors, but suffer in the heat, I highly recommend this cooling scarf by WrapMeCool. Mine has been such a saviour while we’ve been in Bali. They’re lightweight and cotton. All you do is wet it and drape around yourself to keep you cool.
Bali with WrapMeCool over my pregnant belly.
I’m currently 19 weeks pregnant and feeling hotter than usual but Bali climbs to 29-30 degrees Celsius most days so it’s pretty balmy.
I’ve been taking mine everywhere with me and it’s been amazing. I don’t know where I’d be without it — especially climbing all the cliff side stairs out here in Bingin. It’s hot work!
I love wrapping mine around my belly, or draping it around my neck, or over my shoulders. Also fantastic wrapped around your head like a turban and for wiping your face and neck as well.
It stays wet for at least an hour if you drench it, but that also depends on how hot the weather is where you are. When it dries just find a tap or carry a drink bottle, wet it some more and keep going - it really is so easy! and it doesn’t take much water either.
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!
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