Thursday, June 4, 2015

Live Infinity Forever Cool Cooling Towel {Tomoson Review)

 My kids swim and usually it's really hot during summer practice and swim meet time. Although the heat hasn't hit yet we are heading out to Florida soon. I was offered a Cooling Towel by Live Infinity and thought it sounded like a good idea.

We have used sports towels before and I wasn't sure what the difference would be. When I first opened the towel there was a little bit of a strange smell, but I think it was just because it was stored in an airtight package.

It says to get the towel wet ring away the excess water and snap the towel a few times. Let me tell you this thing was awesome. It is made of a PVA material and it just soaks up the water. Then as the water evaporates it gives a cooling effect on the skin. We tried it and it worked!

The material itself feels almost dry to the touch and so I plan to take it with me on our Disney vacation. Plus use it at the swim meets to stay cool.

The case that it comes in has a lid so when it's not being used it can be stored really easily.

The copy offers a risk free trial too - so don't just take my word for it. As $13.95 (prime shipping) it's 'cool' deal.

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