Products to Help You Manage Hot Flashes in the Summer Heat

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Everlasting Comfort Cooling Blanket for Hot Sleepers

Price: 49.99

If you’re a hot sleeper or have hot flashes keep you up at night, you need this cooling bamboo blanket. Designed with Japanese Icy Cool Fibres, this blanket will wick away moisture and keep you cool as you sleep all night long.


Sukeen Cooling Towels for Neck and Face

Price: 19.25

These cooling towels stay chilled for up to 3 hours and come with a reusable storage bag to help keep you cool on-the-go. Simply soak, wring out, and snap the towel to stay cool on hot summer days.


CoolTimeUSA Neck Cooling Tube

Price: 36.82

These wearable cooling tubes can freeze anywhere under 18°C (64°F) including fridges, freezers, cold water, and car AC vents. Enjoy cooling comfort for 40 minutes to 2 hours depending on your external conditions.


Cherrydew Women’s Bamboo Pyjamas

Price: Varies

Stay cool while you sleep and help prevent night sweats with these lightweight bamboo pyjamas. Get a restful sleep without the worry of feeling overheated, and look cute too!


Hula Home Continuous Spray Bottle

Price: 47.99

If you want to feel refreshed wherever you may experience hot flashes, this fine misting spray bottle is for you. Andrea Donsky recommends adding peppermint oil to your spray bottle for a refreshing, cooling sensation during uncomfortable hot flashes.


Gaiatop Mini Portable Fan

Price: 19.99

If you’re looking for a way to stay cool on-the-go, this mini portable and rechargeable fan is perfect. This fan is great to put in your purse or backpack for hot days, or can also be used at home with its small desk stand.


Rechargeable Mini Handheld Fan

Price: 29.99

This mini portable fan isn’t only great for cooling you down, but also acts as a portable charger! With 6 different speed settings, an adjustable stand to place on your desk, and a lanyard to wear the fan around your neck, this fan is the perfect accessory to help you manage hot flashes and the summer heat.

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