Learn more about alternative, drug-free pain management options
September 2023. Composed from publicly available information.
Pain Relief Management
Innovation is pushing the boundaries in every human activity including finding effective and non-invasive solutions for pain relief. The Flex Pain Patch by Kailo is a revolutionary advancement in the field of pain management, offering immediate targeted relief without the need for medications or invasive procedures. Let’s explore the benefits of the Flex Pain Patch and learn how it differs from its predecessor, the original Kailo Pain Patch.
Understanding the Kailo Technology
Before diving into the differences between the two patches, it is valuable to understand the underlying technology that makes the Kailo Pain Patch and the Flex Pain Patch so unique. Both patches utilize a proprietary and patented technology that harnesses the power of very tiny capacitors. Capacitors are the electronic devices that hold the 1s and 0s in your computer. They are a sandwich of materials that can capture, hold, and release an electrical charge. The bread of the capacitor sandwich is made of conducting materials (like Gold or Copper). The meat of the sandwich is made up of semi-conducting materials like Silicon or Gallium. The tiny capacitors are bio-friendly and are sensitive enough to be influenced by the electrical signals that exist near them. So, when the capacitors of a Kailo or of a Flex are placed on your body, they are influenced by the electricity that is present in your nervous system. While we don’t know exactly how these capacitors help relieve pain, we theorize that they absorb excess energy, or “electrical noise” in your nervous system, helping your brain communicate clearly with your body.Free Stock photos by Vecteezy
The Original Kailo Pain Patch
The original Kailo Pain Patch was the first of its kind and took the market by storm. It is a versatile and reusable patch designed to alleviate pain in various parts of the body and constructed to last at least one year.
While the original Kailo Pain Patch proves very effective for many users, it has its drawbacks. To last an entire year, it has to be made of durable stuff. The rigidity of the carrier layer of the Kailo Pain Patch makes it less ideal for adhesion on small radiuses (like wrists or ankles) or for placement in tender areas of the body. Customers who have loved the Kailo Pain Patch but needed more flexibility and softness reached out to us to see if we could make those changes. That is how the idea for the Flex was made.
The Advantages of the Flex Pain Patch by Kailo
The Flex Pain Patch is Kailo Lab’s effort to address the limitations of the original Kailo Pain Patch. Here are some key benefits of the Flex that set it apart from its predecessor:
Soft, Hi-Tech Substrate and Contoured Design: As minor as it may seem, the rounded edges and smaller size of the Flex make a big difference in comfort and wearability. Additionally, the material on which the Flex is printed is a breakthrough for comfort. The Flex is made of a high-density spun-bound polyethylene fiber that allows the Flex to be lightweight, flexible, durable, breathable, resistant to water, resistant to abrasion, and resistant to bacterial penetration. Users of the Flex end up placing it in bendy, soft places on their body without discomfort. The Flex works really well on joints, necks, ankles, wrists, and other soft and bendy places.
Enhanced Adhesion: Because the Flex Pain Patch is so soft and flexible, the adhesive that Kailo Labs offers for use with its pain patches becomes optimized for use on human skin. The original Kailo, because of its rigidity, resists bending and fights against the adhesive when it is molded to the contours of a body. The Flex, alternatively, loves to be in whatever position you place it and so, the adhesive isn’t fighting against the pain patch to stay on the curves and in the nooks and crannies of your body. Users can confidently wear the Flex Pain Patch without worrying about it coming off.
Even Greater Affordability: The Kailo, priced at $119 for a year, translates to a daily cost of $0.33 for pain relief. However, for those yet to discover the value of Kailo Pain Relief Technology, the upfront cost of $119 can be daunting. To enhance accessibility, Kailo Labs offers the Flex pain patch starting at just $24.99 per month through a subscription model. An exceptional value indeed!
Safe and Drug-Free Pain Relief
One of the most significant advantages of both the Flex Pain Patch and the original Kailo Pain Patch is that they provide a drug-free and non-invasive approach to pain management. There are no harmful chemicals involved, and they do not interfere with medications, making them safe for long-term use.
Effective Pain Relief Solutions
The Flex Pain Patch by Kailo represents a remarkable advancement in targeted, personal pain relief. Its soft, hi-tech, and contoured design, enhanced adhesion, and affordable price set it apart from the original Kailo Pain Patch, offering an effective pain relief solution for people with specific needs. As technology continues to evolve, we can anticipate further breakthroughs in the field of pain management from Kailo Labs, enhancing the quality of life for millions of individuals worldwide.
Disclaimer: Kailo should not be used if you have a pacemaker or are pregnant. Always consult your doctor or health care professional before using Kailo.