Welcome To Amorphous

We specialise in offering high quality ice pods and hot & cold therapy essentials that provide numerous benefits, including pain reduction, improved circulation, mood enhancement, and faster recovery from exercise.

Why an Ice pod? Here are the benefits

Improved Circulation

When you submerge in cold water, blood rushes to your vital organs. Your heart then needs to work harder, pushing blood through your vessels and giving your body the vital oxygen and nutrients it needs.

Deeper Sleep

The cold water has a positive effect on the central nervous system, which improves your sleep and well-being after spending ten to fifteen minutes in it.

Improved Recovery

Ice baths reduce inflammation and improve recovery by changing the way blood and other fluids flow through your body. When you sit in cold water your blood vessels constrict, then when you get out they dilate. This process helps flush away metabolic waste post-workout.

Reduced Stress & Anxiety

Cold water exposure boosts the capacity and function of your central nervous system (CNS). A functional CNS can help you sleep better and just feel better, it also stimulates the vagus nerve, thereby lowering heart rate and potentially reducing stress.

Improved Mental Health

Repeated exposure to cold water positively affects your mental state by reducing the release of cortisol assisting with anxiety, stress and depressive symptoms.

Ice baths increases the release of dopamine up to 2.5 percent above baseline for up to 3 hours, It creates feelings of elation, high alertness and euphoria. it also affects levels of noradrenalin which regulates arousal and serotonin, which regulates mood, sleep and appetite.

Stronger Immune Sysytem

Cold water exposure works as an immunity booster. People who take ice baths are almost 30 percent less likely to call in sick for work or school.

Reduced inflamation

When taking an ice bath your blood vessels constrict so there is less blood flow to the area, meaning less swelling and inflammation leading to less pain.

Boosts Metabolism

Cold water exposure increases the brown adipose tissue in the body, which is responsible for converting energy into heat to keep the body warm - this is what gives you the metabolism boost.

Break Down Stubborn Fat

Brown fat is specialised when activated by cold, it functions to produce heat and helps maintain our body temperature.

When you immerse in cold water, your body detects the cold and activates the brown fat.

This fat burns its stored energy, converting it directly to heat, warming you up.

Activating brown fat results in increased calorie burn, can aid in weight loss and improves metabolism.

Effective & Mess-Free Hot & Cold Therapy

Introducing our innovative Hot & Cold Therapy Gel Sleeve. Featuring a one-piece solid gel construction, this sleeve eliminates the need for liquid-filled alternatives, providing you with a hassle-free experience.

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Amorphous Black Massage Roller Ball

Ease Sore & Aching Muscles

Freeze or heat up the stainless steel ball if you're seeking muscle recovery or simply looking to massage. This premium roller ball will suit your every need.

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Feel The Chill

The Amorphous Ice pod is a fully portable ice bath, featuring 6 layers of high quality TPE Insulation to maintain the cold water temperature.

We also include a thermal insulated lid, all-weather cover and a portable carry bag.

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How long should I stay in an ice bath?

Cold water therapy works best with the right combination of time and temperature. For example, if you're in a 10°C water, we recommend staying in for no more than 10 minutes.

The ideal length of an ice bath is 10 minutes, this maximizes the cryotherapy benefits of cold water immersion without inducing excessive stress or putting tissues at risk of frostbite or the body at risk of hypothermia.

How can I benefit from using an ice bath?

Cold water immersion or ice baths, help reduce tissue swelling due to muscle breakdown and micro tears that occur during intense or lengthy physical activity and, also, help to control inflammation.

Some inflammation is a good thing but too much can result in secondary damage or hypoxic injury.

The mechanisms include aiding normalisation of body temperature, flushing out muscles through the combination of hydrostatic pressure and cold induced blood vessel constriction, a decrease in metabolic activity, balancing of the sympathetic & parasympathethic systems and a reduction in muscle damage.

Can I take an ice bath while pregnant or breastfeeding?

Ice baths and cold water therapy should be approached with caution during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.

Consult with a healthcare professional:

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is essential to consult with your healthcare professional before attempting an ice bath or cold water therapy. They can assess your individual circumstances, provide personalised guidance, and address any potential risks or concerns.

Considerations during pregnancy:

Pregnancy can bring about unique physiological changes, and the effects of cold water immersion on these changes are not well understood. Given the potential impact on blood circulation and the body's response to cold, it is crucial to seek professional advice to determine the suitability of ice baths during pregnancy.

Safety concerns for breastfeeding:

The effects of cold water therapy on breast milk production or breastfeeding infants are not well established. Cold exposure may cause vasoconstriction and potentially affect milk supply. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before engaging in ice baths while breastfeeding.

Can ice baths be used as a substitute for medical treatment?

No, ice baths should not be used as a substitute for professional medical treatment.

While ice baths may have therapeutic benefits, they are primarily intended as a form of cold water therapy and should not replace medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

If you have any specific health concerns or are considering using ice baths for a specific condition, it is essential to consult with a qualified healthcare professional.

What is the optimum temperature for ice bath recovery?

For an ice bath, the water should be around 10-15 degrees Celsius (around 50-60 Fahrenheit). This usually takes around 10 minutes to achieve if using a 3:1 water to ice ratio. however after long term testing using just regular tap water, we've found you do not need to add ice, you will benefit from cold water therapy at a temperature of around 15 degrees celsius or below when set up outside.

When will I receive my order?

Your order will be processed immediately, we offer free next day delivery on our ice pods and 2 days with every other product we offer!

You can upgrade shipping for an additional fee at checkout if you need it quicker!

please don't hesitate to reach out to us via our contact page HERE.

I want to return my item?

For returns, kindly get in touch with our team using the contact page HERE.

They will assist you in initiating a return ticket. You are eligible as long as the product is returned within 30 days of receiving your order.