Calm Cocoon is a garment that resembles a sleeping bag, but it's actually been created with the aim of helping people of all ages soothe their tired or sore legs and feet. Each garment is gray, is made from plush, sherpa-lined fabric, and will extend at least a few inches past the knees on an adult of average height. It's specified that each garment also comes with its own remote control and a nine-foot extension cord that'll help you customize your rejuvenation sessions.
The cost of Calm Cocoon is $49.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Calm Cocoon at the discounted price of only $4.99 for a total price of $59.97.
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Before you can take advantage of all your Calm Cocoon's benefits, you'll need to plug the garment into an available electrical outlet. Fortunately, since each garment comes with a nine-foot extension cord, you won't have to be sitting right beside the outlet you plug it into when you use the garment.
Once your garment is plugged into an electrical outlet, you can then sit down and slide it over your feet and legs, as if you're putting on a sleeping bag. If you'd rather lie down than sit, you'll also have the option of maneuvering yourself into that position after you've got your legs and feet in the garment.
Next, use the included remote control to turn on your garment's power. After you do so, it'll begin to deliver a gentle massage to some carefully selected pressure points within your feet, and it'll deliver some heat, too. If the massaging effect doesn't feel comfortable, you may need to adjust the position of your feet slightly, so the garment can target the right points. You can also use your remote control to turn both the intensity of the massage and the amount of heat you're receiving up or down.
To benefit from this garment, you should use it for at least a few minutes, but it's acceptable to use it for up to a few hours at once. When you feel like you're done with it, you'll need to use the remote control to turn it off, and then slip your legs and feet out of it. Unplugging it is optional at this point, but it's a good idea to do so if you'll be leaving the house, or if you won't be using the garment for at least a few hours.
No matter what you're sitting or lying down on, if you've got your feet positioned correctly at the very bottom of this garment, it'll massage certain pressure points within your feet. As these pressure points are massaged, this should improve the flow of blood throughout your lower body, and thereby help you more quickly recover from aches, pains, and fatigue. Meanwhile, the garment will deliver heat to your feet, legs, and ankles, which most users will likely find rejuvenating. The aim of this device is to help you feel refreshed and ready for the next time you need to stand up or be active again, regardless of whether that's immediately or the next day.
People of all ages and genders can derive benefits from the Calm Cocoon, although children should be supervised by an adult while they use one. It'll help soothe a wide variety of ailments that are related to the lower body, from arthritis to sports injuries. If you've got several people in your household who may be interested in using this garment, but only occasionally, you may want to share one among the entire group.
The outer shell of each Calm Cocoon is made of gray plush, so it'll feel quite velvety to the touch, and each one is lined with sherpa fabric in an off-white shade. Gray and off-white are quite soothing colors that'll look good with a wide variety of decor schemes in bedrooms and living rooms. Plus, when you get into one of these cocoon-like garments, the sherpa fabric should feel comfortable against the skin of your feet and legs, if it's exposed.
Even if you don't need a massage at the moment, you may want to use this garment as a source of warmth on a chilly winter's day. You can turn the massaging effect down to its minimum level and just take advantage of the heating function and the warmth of the fabric itself. By doing this, you may eliminate your need for an electric blanket, if you've considered getting one of those.
If your work involves physical labor or standing for a long time in uncomfortable shoes, it almost goes without saying that you may be tired at the end of the day. However, after you spend an hour or so in your Calm Cocoon, you may feel rested enough to pursue other activities—including physical ones. Furthermore, knowing that this garment is waiting at home to relieve you may motivate you to put even more energy into your job than usual.
Adding ice packs to cool down sore muscles, limbs, and joints is a common alternative to heating or massaging them, but it's not always a comfortable one. In the middle of winter, you may not find it particularly soothing to have a block of ice on one of your feet, even if it minimizes your pain. If you're a person who prefers gentle, warm relief, you may be happy to find out that the Calm Cocoon doesn't involve any sort of cooling technology at all.
This garment must be plugged into electricity in order to deliver its full benefits to a user. Unfortunately, operating it with a set of batteries isn't an option. Consequently, if you're not within nine feet of an available electrical outlet, you'll only be able to use this garment as an ordinary blanket. Without electricity, it won't provide you with a foot massage or any extra heat beyond what its fabric has to offer.
If you and your partner both need to relieve your achy feet and legs at the end of the day, you can each get a Calm Cocoon. Then, you can use the garments side-by-side. There'll be no fighting over which massage level or heat level to use, as each of you will be able to customize your own garment to your own preferences.
The Calm Cocoon is a good one to use in your office, especially if you work from home. It'll soothe and warm your lower body without interfering with your upper body, so you'll still be able to talk on the phone, type, and do everything else you need to do on your computer. If you don't work at home, just be sure to ask your manager's permission before you slip your legs and feet into this garment at your desk.
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