Keep Cool With Menopause Kit (1)

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The Keep Cool with Menopause Kit is the ultimate toolkit to help you combat hot flashes and night sweats during menopause.

The Keep Cool Kit includes:

Chillow Cooling Pillow:

The Chillow Cooling Pillow is particularly helpful for night sweats; simply fill with cold water and place it under your pillow for instant refreshment. 

  • Stays cool for hours at a time
  • Unique water based system - lays comfortably inside your pillowcase
  • Rolls up for easy transport

Gel Eye Mask:

This cooling gel eye mask is perfect for soothing a flushed face and dry, hot eyes. The cooling gel will soothe your hot head and bring relief from sweats. Suitable for use day or night, and can also help ease headaches and migraines. 

  • Helps to cool the skin and reduce puffiness around the eyes
  • Can be used on its own or refrigerated for an extra cooling boost
  • Made with an adjustable velcro strap for a comfortable fit 


Physicool Rapid Cooling Mist

Physicool Rapid Cooling Mist is a quick-acting natural way to beat the heat of a hot flush. 

Simply spray across the face, chest, and any other areas affected by overheating, redness and flushing during the menopause, for an instant cooling sensation that can last over an hour.

  • Cools, calms and gently moisturises the skin with aloe vera
  • Reduces flushing and redness as well as heat
  • Alcohol evaporates on contact with skin, immediately drawing the heat away
  • Cooling sensation lasts up to an hour - not just short-lived relief


Why do women with menopause love this product?

"All three items in this kit are just ideal for when I get my hot flashes - which are sometimes really intense. The spray is great as I can pop it in my handbag and take it with me when I am out."

Keep Cool With Menopause Kit FAQs

  • There are lots of techniques you can try if you struggle with hot flushes during menopause. Everybody is different, so it is often about finding which products work best for you. If you feel like you’re never prepared for the heat when it hits, try keeping a cooling spray in your bag so you can give yourself a refreshing spritz when you need it. If night sweats are your biggest problem, consider more breathable bedding and cooling mats to avoid getting too hot and uncomfortable when you’re trying to drift off.

  • Hot flushes are a sudden feeling of intense warmth that spreads through the body. Some compare the sensation to being under a sun bed, or a furnace. Everyone’s experience of hot flushes is different; for some women they are infrequent and not too difficult to deal with, whereas others are completely debilitated by them and find they really affect daily life.

  • It is difficult to stop hot flushes altogether without HRT (hormone replacement therapy), but there are a few lifestyle adjustments you can make to help mange them. Diet is thought to be important at keeping hot flushes at bay, so eating healthy, and avoiding spicy food and caffeinated drinks should be on your agenda. Also consider picking up some products to help you deal with hot flushes better when they do occur, such as this handy set.

  • Hot flushes are one of the most famous symptoms of menopause for a reason, so if you experience one menopause or peri-menopause (menopausal symptoms before menopause) is likely to be the culprit. However, there can be other causes. For example, people undergoing cancer treatment are prone to get hot flushes as a side effect, and they can also be a sign of thyroid problems. If you are regularly experiencing hot flushes and don’t think it is a symptom of menopause, speak to a medical professional about it.

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