- Cooling packs that are inserted in men’s boxers are now available to avoid sweaty private parts.
- It’s created to soothe the pain for vasectomy patients.
- Similar freezable bras are making waves recently, too.
Summertime makes us sweat all over. But the creation of this cooling tool will save your junk from that sweaty, sticky feeling summer can bring. How cool is that? (You see what I did there?)
A company called Snowballs has just created what men need in time for the hottest weeks of the year. You can get this pack from Amazon, which includes two specialized boxer briefs and three pieces of SnowWedges, the freezable cooling pads. One order will only cost you $59 USD.
But you might get more amused when you learn that Snowballs did not create these freezable boxers just to cool your thing. It’s created to improve testosterone levels and male fertility. It can also be used for the recovery of vasectomy patients and those who just got their bags kicked or punched. The company’s website explains how this product is a breakthrough for the need of cooling:
Since the mid-Sixties, scientists have been aware that scrotal cooling can improve male fertility, but no controlled tests were done until the mid-Eighties, when the advantages of cooling were first clinically shown.
Now, with an increasing number of studies confirming its effectiveness, some of the world’s best fertility specialists are beginning to prescribe icing. And doesn’t it just make good sense to directly treat the part of the body with the problem?
However, as cool as this product may seem, you might want to check Amazon reviews first before clicking that add to cart button and heading for the checkout. Around 17 people who have bought and tried the package shared their opinions on the product to help you weigh your options.
Some say that the boxers fit too tight and come in really small sizes in actual, so you may want to put that in mind. Also, one reviewer mentioned that it doesn’t stay cool for that long. Still, some find the product useful for their medical conditions and the innocent need of their thing cooling. And I think that’s what all the boys need in times of heat–well, you get what I’m saying.
As for women, there’s also a cooling bra that can help you fight the summer sweat. For $37.11 USD, Polar Products offers freezable pads that you can insert in your cotton bras to keep your bosoms chill and breezy.
Aren’t these the products of your summer dreams?
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