Best Migraine Hat: Headache Hat Review
The best headache hat has arrived! You may have tried other migraine ice caps, but this one is the best! When the Headache Hat first was sent to me for review, I was going to write about it at the end of the week. Well, the holidays came and went, and here we are. I am glad I waited because it showed me how often I am using it. The Headache Hat helped me get through the holidays which was much needed. My Headache Hat review is that this is the best migraine ice cap I have ever found. In this post, you will read about my migraine hat review and how I use it.
Although I was given the product, my love for this product has not been affected. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases if you purchase through my links. Thank you, I hope you love it as much as me!
Best Migraine Ice Cap: Headache Hat
The Headache Hat is an ice wrap that delivers long-lasting cold with a comfortable adjustable fit. Headache Hat has an ice cube design versus the traditional large solid pack which allows a more natural fit. I can get specific cubes to press against my temples. It secures tight enough to squeeze and freeze my trigger points. There is a nice little cover to protect from direct contact with the skin. It can be worn right out of the freezer and at length without harming the skin.
Migraine Hat Review
A convenient feature of the Headache Hat is that once the cubes have melted, I can flip it over. I use it again while the other side of the hat is still frozen. Changing out ice is a pain and I love having it last! I can’t tell you the number of times I have laid in bed needing fresh ice but the pain is too much for me to get up.
Is Ice or Heat better for headaches?
I prefer ice but typically use heat for shoulder and neck pain. Over the holidays I wore the Headache Hat while traveling to relatives in the car, cooking/chopping, wrapping presents, reading to my children, and resting (or course). I like having the freedom to lay on my side or couch freely. The great thing about using it in bed or on the couch is the ability to wear it without shifting. The darkness it provides is soothing. It’s a sleep mask and ice pack that blocks light.
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I reach for it often. Being that I am on the go all day, I usually can’t ice until I am forced to lie down. Since I can wear it, I am able to stop some headaches and migraines from escalating since early prevention is key. Anything that keeps me moving and gives me migraine relief is good. I’m so grateful that the Headache Hat was given to me because now I’m in love. It is a product that is so simple and yet I want to yell, “Where have you been all my life?!”
The Headache Hat is my favorite and I get extra cubes to fill it all the way around. On my bad migraine attack days, I reach for as big as I can. The Halo is great for less painful attacks and smaller areas of my head that need to be chilled. It is yet another choice for an ice hat for migraines and my kids love it too. I now have an entire freezer full of Headache Hats to use as my ice beanies in various ways. My kids use them for bumped heads and fevers, I use them to freeze my migraine pain away and I always have backups for when I need more! I HIGHLY recommend Headache Hat for migraine and cold therapy use.
Migraine Ice Cap
My favorite migraine product is Headache Hat Ice Halo for Migraine and other ailments! Ice therapy is crucial in treating migraine. If you have been following me, you know I talk about and wear the Headache Hat ALL. THE. TIME! I have a freezer and have given it to all my loved ones. I believe I bought 4 last year for Christmas to give to others. It gives me instant migraine relief at home.
*I was given the Headache Hat to review and am an affiliate. I will be compensated if you choose to buy through the links provided. Thank you!
Drum roll, please……there’s a new style!
Headache Hat Go
This variation on the Headache Hat allows for the versatility of switching out the ice. This new migraine hat review gets 2 thumbs up. The band can be loaded with the included ice mats that are 2 rows of 10 cubes each. Freeze the ice mats and then load them into the wrap. The fit is slightly different than the Headache Hat because the cubes are connected, and there are two rows, so more targeted on the temples and forehead. Comes in all black and space dye/black.
Made in the USA
Materials: Wrap: Cotton spandex blend, 8% lycra; Ice packs: Purified water, polyethylene, laminated nylon film
Care: Wash by hand in lukewarm water with mild soap. Lay out to dry
Includes: One Halo Wearable Ice Pack with ten ice cube pouches
Instructions: Store in the freezer for five hours or more to freeze. Use it for 20 minutes or as recommended by your doctor
Ice pack securely fastens allowing you to move around during use
For soothing migraines, headaches, and other body aches
Great for use while exercising to stay cool
Fits heads with circumference up to 24 inches
Due to fabric pattern, slight color variations may occur in the Pink Multicolor Space Dye
Please note: Consult with doctor for use longer than 20 minutes
Dimensions: 24″ x 2″ x 1″
Weight: 0.7 lb
Real ice cubes coated in a thin plastic layer are long-lasting without the water melting on you. 24 ice cubes (8 in each of the 3 rows) are individually placed in a flexible cotton polyester blend and can be moved and wrapped around the head right out of the freezer (or refrigerated for cool relief).
Price Ranges from $19.99-$39.99
Headache Hat Ice Halo for Migraines
A skinny version of the Headache Hat – cute enough to wear out! This is a one-row band with 10 cubes inside. More than for headaches, this band is excellent for cooling down and wearing around the neck; use it on elbows, wrists, or knees too! Pink and white TyeDye. Store in the freezer and use when needed. Throw it in the cooler for those hot ball games too! They now have kids’ sizes and even more!!!!! I don’t know how I could live without The Headache Hat, and I’m so excited that they keep expanding and listening to their customers by making more!
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Sarah tells stories of My Migraine Life. Living life through Migraine consists of advocacy, treatment, prevention, and searching for health and happiness in a positive honest way. Her kids, husband, dog, family and friends motivate her to make a difference in the Migraine World.