This post is sponsored by Sunbeam. All opinions are mine alone #ad.
So many people are starting off the new year with health and fitness goals, myself included. Getting healthier is my biggest goal for 2018, and I feel like I am off to a great start with a better diet and a lot more exercise. However, lifting weights is something I haven’t done in quite a long time, so I am definitely feeling it in my shoulders and upper back. I’m so glad I partnered with Sunbeam to try the new Sunbeam® Renue® Neck Wrap. It uses targeted heat to alleviate minor aches and pains in the neck, shoulders and upper back and has done me a world of good. I think you’ll like it a lot too.
The Sunbeam Renue Neck Wrap can help you unwind after a long day, and can help provide pain relief from injury, stress, sleeping poorly or the strain of everyday activities. It honestly feels like it is melting away the soreness in my upper back and shoulders.
This amazing heated neck wrap is tailored to the shape of your body to provide targeted heat for maximum pain, tension and muscle relief. While traditional heating pads that we’ve used in the past are hard to keep in place, the adjustable Sunbeam Renue Neck Wrap is designed to be draped around your shoulders, allowing it to contour to the shape of your neck and upper shoulders and stay in place with a magnetic closure. That means a high-level of concentrated heat for maximum relief is delivered exactly where you need it!
There are several different heat settings to help you achieve maximum relief and comfort. After a morning of working out at the gym, the Renue Neck Wrap feels so amazing. If you’re increasing your exercise routine for the new year or just need to unwind, I highly recommend this product. The Sunbeam Renue Neck Wrap is pretty fantastic.
How would you like to win a Sunbeam Renue Neck Wrap for yourself? One lucky winner will receive just that! Just use the form below to enter. Good luck!
Barbara schwenk says
This looks soooo relaxing. I have more knots in my shoulder and neck and this would def. help
Eileen Boyce says
Oh I really need this. I’m always in pain and can’t take pain meds due to bad breathing.