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CoolCami Launches First Wearable Product for Hot Flashes

Millions of women suffer from hot flashes with very few choices of how to put out the fire.

    CHICAGO, IL, December 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Co-Founder Nancy Munro was frustrated with the few choices she had to help minimize the impact of hot flashes brought on by menopause. She wanted to find a solution that did not require her to prescribe to any medication which may bring about even more unpleasant side effects -- or make any dramatic changes in her daily diet. Her frustrating search was unable to find a reasonable and cost effective solution, so she decided to build one herself.

With the aid of Co-Founder Jim Orrico, their combined efforts turned into the first ever wearable garment designed specifically to minimize the impact of hot flashes. CoolCami is a form-fitting camisole with a built-in pocket used to insert a special cooling liner made from phase change material. The patent pending camisole can easily be worn under regular clothes and the reusable cooling liners absorb the heat generated from a woman's body when a hot flash kicks in.

"I would sometimes have 20 hot flashes a day," says Munro. "When I realized that some women have this condition for up to ten years, I knew there had to be a better way to manage this."

In combination with CoolCami, the partners have also manufactured another product for people who suffer from night sweats. CoolMeMat is made from the same phase change material contained in the cooling liners and can last up to 4 hours.

"When we were testing this product, it was so refreshing to hear women tell me how much relief our cooling products gave them. They rave about how much better they can sleep at night and how much more productive they are at work now that they aren't fighting flashes all day long."

CoolCami is a company focused on providing products to help people who suffer from hot flashes and night sweats. CoolCami is patent pending and is the only camisole on the market designed specifically for women who suffer from hot flashes. For questions, contact or call 888-929-2950.

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