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Flaxseed Heatpad

With personalized cover

Designed to fit comfortably over your pelvis, this weighted heatpad is handmade and custom embroidered in-house. Warm again and again in the microwave or oven to enjoy long-lasting heat infused with chamomile essential oil for aromatic bliss.

Holds heat 3X longer than a rice pack
Filled with Canadian Flaxseed
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Filling // 100% organic Canadian flax seed. Chamomile essential oil.

Liner // Organic cotton.

Waffle Cover // Organic eco-cert cotton.

Teddy Cover // Synthetic cotton blend with an organic unbleached cotton backing.

Packages are shipped within 24 - 48 hours. You’ll receive a tracking number to let you know exactly when relief is arriving.

We recognize that relief is not a one size fits all system.

Reach out to us within 30 days of receiving your order and we'd be happy to help you with a return or exchange! Please include your order number and send an email to info@getsomedays.com

How to use

Microwave: Remove cover and place the pad in the microwave on a plate, heating for up to 2 minutes. 

Oven: Preheat oven to 350F. Remove cover. Once it reaches temperature, turn off the oven and place the pad on a pan. Allow to warm in the preheated oven 12 minutes.

Get Personal

Get Personal

and embroider your heatpad with a love note to yourself, some words of affirmation for when you need them or even an inside joke for a friend or partner.

Feel Good

Feel Good

knowing that our heatpads are ethically made in-house and filled with home grown Canadian flaxseed.

Find The Beauty

Find The Beauty

Period pain can be complicated but pleasure is simple. Who said your pain relief routine can't be the highlight of your day?

"This is my second purchase of this heat pad (I bought one before customization was available), and honestly it's the best heat pad I've ever used. The shape is perfect for putting on your stomach, pelvis, back, hips, pretty much anywhere. And it retains heat so well! Never going back to hot water bottles or electric heating pads again. "

- Cecilia

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