At-Home Deluxe Heat Therapy Pad



The At Home Deluxe Heat Therapy Pad offers long lasting relief to your entire body for a wide variety of aches and pains from your neck to your toes. Our At Home Deluxe Heat Therapy Pad features Far Infrared Ray technology which penetrates deeply in your muscles so unlike most heating pads, FIR offers long term results rather than a quick fix for your aches. FIR also means no bulky coils or hot spots like traditional heating pads, making it safer and more comfortable with the soft, hypoallergenic fleece lining.

The fully At Home Deluxe Heat Therapy Pad combines a low level of Far Infrared Ray (FIR) heat with an extra large heat panel, 26” x 36”, to provide you with relaxing therapeutic heat that targets the problem areas without potentially harmful medications.

The At Home Deluxe Heat Therapy Pad can also be used as a bed heater to keep you warm and comfortable which helps relax your body and fall asleep faster.



Power System: Plug in at home

Heating Elements: 1 extra large flex-panel (26’’ x 36’’)

Heat Settings: Low, Medium, High, Max

Gender: Unisex

Lining: Brushed Fleece



Automatic Timer

For your safety, the heating pad automatically shuts off after 8 hours. It also requires you to hold down a button on controller 2-3 second to turn the pad on and off. After turn on the pad for 5 munites, now you can enjoy more soothing relaxation.




Flexible Heating Panels

The flexible heating panels has a form-fit designed so you will feel the FIR heat as the pad countors to your body. 






Deep Penetrating Theraputic Heat

Our FIR Heat Therapy Pad relaxes your muscles, tendons, and ligaments with soothing heat to increase your flexibility and blood circulation thereby relieving the sensation of pain.  The benefits of heat therapy help to relieve pain caused by:


  • Arthritis
  • Brusitis
  • Menstrual Cramps
  • Neck Pain
  • Scar Softening
  • Tendonitis
  • TMJ Pain
  • Backache
  • Joint Pain Relief
  • Abdominal Cramps
  • Muscle Pain
  • Post-Operative Recovery
  • Muscle Strain, Spasms, and Cramps
  • Muscle Tension
  • Herniated / Ruptured Disc
  • Pinched Nerve
  • Other Soft Tissue Neck Injuries and Chronic Conditions