Warmer instructions and precautions Now many female friends for beauty. Winter also wear very few clothes, and then stick warmers can be. Let's take a look at the use of warmer and matters needing attention. 1. Prepare a warm patch first. Then open the package and peel off the paper. 2. Without rubbing, apply directly to the abdomen or waist and smooth with your hands. 3. Do not apply it directly to the skin of your abdomen or waist. Keep a layer of clothing separate. 4. Children, people whose skin is not sensitive to temperature, people with diabetes, poor circulation, and people with skin diseases should consult a doctor. 5. Do not use it in bedding or with heating equipment. Discontinue use when the skin appears red, itchy, painful and scalded.
Is the powder in the warm patch poisonous? The powder inside is usually non-toxic. The main components of the warmer are iron powder, activated carbon, vermiculite, inorganic salts, water, etc., iron powder and vermiculite are non-toxic minerals, can be safe to use. However, it is a chemical. If it is accidentally spilled, it must be cleaned up in time to prevent it from being accidentally ingested or inhaled into the body, which will have an impact on health.
Warmer is not harmful to humans Warmer is generally not harmful to the body, but burns and allergic skin reactions may occur. Warmer is a common external daily articles. The reaction principle is to use galvanic cells to accelerate the oxidation reaction speed and convert chemical energy into heat energy. To make the temperature last longer, the mineral material vermiculite is used for insulation. The main components are iron powder, activated carbon, water, inorganic salts, etc., through the chemical reaction to release heat, to achieve the effect of warm and hot compress. Warmer can be affixed to the shoulder, abdomen, back, waist, back and related joints of the human body to ensure the warm and comfortable parts. Some women menstrual period also like to use it to compress the small stomach, relieve the symptoms of dysmenorrhea. Warmer can not be directly in contact with the skin, so as to avoid scalding, or even allergic reactions; This usually requires a separate layer of clothing,