In this article, I thought of sharing an amazing testimonial about the far infrared ray FIR pants from Japan.
It was a sharing from a mother on how she used her FIR pants to help heal a bruise on her son’s head.
The picture caught my attention because I am also a parent with two young daughters.
Kids being kids, it doesn’t matter if they are a boy or a girl, sooner or later they will bump into something and get bruises on their body.
That was exactly what happened to the boy in the picture above.
Her mom didn’t say what caused the bruise on his head, but from the looks of it, the bruise is very big indeed.
It was a big hematoma.
A hematoma is a localized collection of blood in the tissues of the body outside of the blood vessels. It is also commonly called a contusion or “black and blue mark”.
Any parent seeing such a big bruise on a child will definitely get worried.
Usually when I see a blue black mark on my daughter’s body, what I’ll do is press and rub it with my thumb to clear the blood in the bruise.
However, if the bruise is too big, I don’t think I’ll be able to rub it because it’ll be too painful for my daughter.
Luckily, both me and my wife wore the far infrared ray pants imported from Japan.
We know the pants material can help to improve our blood circulation when it touches our skin.
Seeing the picture above, I know now that I can use the pants whenever my kids have a big bruise in their body.
As you can see in the picture, the mother used her pants to wrapped her son’s head like a turban.
The pants fabric works on skin contact. When it touches your skin, it will absorb your body heat and the ultra-fine ceramic particles in the fiber will emit the far infrared ray (FIR).
It is the FIR that helps to improve our blood circulation.
Amazingly, the swelling on the bruise went down in less than 2 hours.
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