i-cool supplements for hot flashes

i-cool® for menopause.

To help reduce the severity and
frequency of menopausal
symptoms such as hot
flashes and night

reduce hot flashes night sweats

A different type of cool.

You don't have to suffer! i-cool® has a
unique formula to safely reduce
hot flashes and night sweats,
so you can remain cool.*

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Get the hot flash relief you deserve.

Soy-free i-cool® is a revolutionary menopause relief product that helps to reduce severe and frequent menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats.*


Why i-cool®?

i-cool is formulated
to help reduce severe
and frequent
hot flashes & night sweats.*


How does i-cool®
reduce hot flashes?

Estrogen plays a role in
regulating your perception of body
temperature, so when production of estrogen
is naturally reduced by the onset of menopause,
the body loses some of its ability to control your internal
thermostat. Genistein is a naturally occurring soy isoflavone
that has been known to share some of the weaker effects of
estrogen, which is thought to have benefits such as the regulation of body temperature in menopausal women.
i-cool® contains geniVida genistein, a soy-free genistein
that is believed to offer the hot flash relief
demonstrated from soy.
See how i-cool® helps
with hot flashes.


How safe is i-cool®?

i-cool® is free of
all 8 Major Allergens,
synthetic dyes and colors,
preservatives, flavors,
soy, yeast, wheat, gluten,
lactose, sugar
and starch.


All About Hot Flashes

Hot flashes and night sweats - when menopause is too hot to handle.

We’ve been there. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the sensation of intense heat fills your face, flushes your cheeks, bakes your chest — from the inside. Hot flashes in menopausal women, also known as hot flushes, are a sensation of heat that can last from one to five minutes or more, leaving you anywhere from blushing red to drenched in sweat. At night, they can interrupt crucial sleep patterns, interfering with day-to-day activities.

You can thank your changing hormones for these personal heatwaves. When estrogen levels are naturally reduced by the onset of menopause, it affects the part of brain that controls your body temperature. Your body is then ‘tricked’ into feeling overly hot, and compensates by telling your heart to pump faster, your blood vessels to dilate, and your sweat glands to get busy cooling. The effect is even more intense heat, delivered in a ‘flash.’

The most common symptom of menopause, hot flashes may happen a few times a year (or many times a day). It’s not dangerous, just uncomfortable.

Night sweats are essentially hot flashes that occur while you are sleeping. They can ruin your sleep and the sleep of your partner, making you both tired, irritable and groggy.

As with daytime hot flashes, reduced estrogen levels fool the brain into thinking the body temperature is too high. That’s when night sweats kick in, as the body attempts to cool itself down. When night sweats are particularly severe, you might wake to find your skin is feeling cold and clammy from sweat, and your pajamas or sheets are soaked through.

Keeping a journal of how many occurrences of hot flashes and night sweats you experience daily, their level of severity, and when and where they occur, can be a great way to manage them. Once you recognize personal triggers, such as stress, caffeine, spicy foods or alcohol, you can modify your patterns and take i-cool® to reduce hot flash symptoms.


Where to Buy

We are currently expanding i-cool® availability in Canada to meet consumer demand.

Look for i-cool® in the women's health or HRT/menopause supplement sections of Shoppers Drug Mart or Walmart.