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Caddy Products, LLC, Makers of FaceCaddy Therapeutic Ice and Heat Wrap, Launches EyesCaddy and BackCaddy to Address Sinus Pain, Migraines and Back Pain.
Date:12/13/2012

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2012

Building on the success of their first product, the FaceCaddy Hot and Cold Therapy Wrap, Caddy Products of North Carolina has launched two new hot and cold wraps that make applying thermal therapy to the eye and back area easy and comfortable.

The EyesCaddy and BackCaddy were developed by Caddy Products owner John Lucas. Prototypes were manufactured and adjusted for months before production began at the company’s sewing factory in New Jersey.

Lucas says, “The customer response was so positive to our first product FaceCaddy, that it was a natural step to develop these two new Caddies. We’ve helped with pain on the side of the face, like TMJ, certain kinds of cosmetic procedures and oral surgery recovery. Now it’s time to cover other areas.”

The new EyesCaddy, which covers the eye and brow area, can be used for sinus pain and migraines. One unique detail about this wrap is that it also blocks light, so it’s helpful for users that are light sensitive.

The BackCaddy is a real workhorse, with its super-strong elastic fabric and extra-large, 7” x 14” reusable hot and cold therapy pack. This wrap has a patent-pending design that unfolds so it can fit a range of waist sizes from 24” to 64” inches. And, with the extra extender panel, it is one of the very few consumer products that will fit up to an 85” waist. Lucas says, “I am thrilled that the BackCaddy can help provide support and comfort for this consumer group.”

Adding wholesale options
Up till now, Caddy Products have been sold online direct to consumers. But with the launch of the new EyesCaddy and BackCaddy, Lucas is expanding the reach of his Caddy products to include wholesale pricing to medical offices, wellness and healthcare centers and retail stores.

For more information or to schedule an interview with John Lucas: john(at)caddywraps(dot)com

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10219856.htm.


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