FreezeFrames Gel Pad Sunglasses with Case
Alison Read, a seasoned medical professional, found herself confined to her bed after a medical procedure of her own with instructions to apply ice packs to her eye area. While other products exist in the marketplace to make this effective icing technique a bit less cumbersome, Alison soon found that no such product existed for the eye area. At that moment, she began the journey of inventing FreezeFrames – sunglasses that deliver cold therapy in a convenient and discreet way.
Overview & Details
Keep your cool when you're on-the-go with FreezeFrames! These sunglasses marry fashion and function in the most discreet way with built-in cooling packs to help soothe your tired eyes. Simply take them out of the freezer and wear them wherever to give you the cooling comfort you crave!
What You Get
- FreezeFrame sunglasses
- FreezeFrame case
- 4 Gel pad attachments
- Mesh pouch
Good to Know
- Do not drive a vehicle or operate machinery when the gel pads are in place on your FreezeFrames.
|Measurements:||Approx. 7"L x 3-1/2"W 2-1/4"H|
|Care:||Place case and gel pads into the freezer for 30 minutes or more|
|Country of Origin:||China|
Cool pad sunglasses
- Great way to merge fashion and function
- Easy, discreet cool therapy on-the-go - Gel pads stay cool for 15-20 minutes
Helps soothe tired, puffy and swollen eyes
- Helps provide cooling relief on hot days
Helps provide cooling comfort
- Great for use pre and post beauty treatments
- Helps provide cooling and soothing at trigger points around the eyes and temples to aid in headache relief
I wish I had this when I had my basal cell surgery because they would have been handy during the first 10-15 days of recovery when I had both eyes bruised. I have the pads in the freezer ready for anyone who might need them!shopper415, CAWas this review helpful? 7 out of 9 found this review helpful
Reason for returning.
They were too small and the nose bridge didnt reach all the way to my forehead.Cindyblair, NVWas this review helpful? 1 out of 2 found this review helpful
Good Idea Gone Wrong
The glasses themselves are stylish and comfortable but adding the freeze pads makes them useless. The translucent taps on the freeze pads block vision making visibility only a horizontal slit. Too pricey for what they are: materials at cheap. Wanted to love them, loved the concept, sent them back.1CityGirl, TXWas this review helpful? 8 out of 10 found this review helpful