WrapMeCool® supports WAMS (Women Against Multiple Sclerosis)
You might be shocked to learn that Canada has in excess of 100 000 people living with MS — estimated to be the highest rate of any country in the world!
WAMSis a powerful network of Canadian businesswomen working to build MS awareness and raise funds for research into all aspects of the disease.
Like many people, we are personally touched by the effect of MS, so we jumped at the opportunity to join WAMS in their fundraising efforts. We are excited to be attending their annual networking luncheon in Vancouver, and delighted to have donated WrapMeCools for the silent auction.
MS leads to heat sensitivity which makes MS symptoms worse. We are on a mission to help people have a better present moment and therefore a better life.You can also be a part of the solution by donating to thesilent auctionand read how we got our feet wet at theAustralian 24 Hour MS Mega Swim.
Thank you for sharingour blog with anyone you know who is dealing with the discomfort of heat sensitivity.
Hot flushes and menopausal symptoms are common while having chemotherapy and we recently received this testimonial from a lovely customer who is successfully using her WrapMeCool to help with these distressing side effects.
If you love traveling or the outdoors, but suffer in the heat, I highly recommend this cooling scarf by WrapMeCool.Mine has been such a saviour while we’ve been in Bali. They’re lightweight and cotton. All you do is wet it and drape around yourself to keep you cool.
To be honest, to begin with, I was a little skeptical about wearing a wet scarf around my neck. But I have to say, after trying many different devices and products to keep cool during a hot flush, this really has surprised me. It has to be the simplest, user friendly item I’ve used.