Cooling Cap Saves Teenage Girl From Nearly Fainting

3rd Aug 2017

Hi Folks,

RibbedTee's founder here.

I wanted to share an incredible story that happened to me personally just last weekend.

Every Sunday I get the opportunity to go hiking around the greater Los Angeles area with a wonderful group of people.

Last Sunday we hiked the San Vicente Mountain Loop, a 1,960-foot summit that was used at the start of the cold war as a defense site to protect Los Angeles from Soviet attacks.

The hike has some fairly steep inclines, and it was going to be a warm 86 degrees, so I thought it would be a perfect environment to stress-test our new Cooling Cap.

If you're not familiar with it, our Cooling Cap is a first of it's kind product, and is powered by Peltier technology (like what's used in your computer to cool the CPU).

To explain it briefly, there's a small 1.5" tile on the inside front of the cap that cools to 3 chilling temperatures when you turn it on. The tile cools your forehead, and as a result of the cooling, it helps you feel cooler all over.

When you feel cooler, you're generally able to perform more strenuous activities for longer periods of time.

So, I wore our Cooling Cap, and turned it on as the hike started to get more difficult for me.

Once it was on, and started to cool my forehead, I felt cooler all over, was sweating less, and had a revived level of energy.

It kind of felt like I was recovering while I was hiking! It worked AMAZING!!

But, that's not the incredible part of the story.

One of my colleagues (Dr. Michael Breus, a world-renowned sleep doctor) was on the hike with his teenage daughter, Carson.

Carson started getting really fatigued from the heat, looking slightly pale, started feeling very light-headed, as if she were about to faint.

Extremely concerned, I offered my cap to her, thinking it could possibly help her.

Amazingly, within 5 short minutes, she was feeling better, and she was able to complete the hike without any troubles -- she was so happy & appreciative to be wearing the cap.

Dr. Brues (& Carson) were so amazed by how effective the Cooling Cap worked, that we are now in discussions to see how this same cooling technology can help some of his patients sleep more comfortably.

It's the real deal. This Cooling Cap really works!