One portable tub. Freezing temperatures. A lot of swearing. Trust us, you’ll be hooked.


Leave stress and anxiety out in the cold

Join the thousands of ice bath converts using cold water therapy to improve their mental health. The secret? Taking an ice bath can reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, and help trigger the release of endorphins.

Put aches and pains on ice

Studies show that cold therapy reduces inflammation and pain – in turn, helping you recover faster and perform at your best.

Be your own biohacker

Cold therapy has been used for centuries to activate the nervous system, with research indicating it can help you sleep better as well as improve your metabolism, digestion and circulation – and even immunity against viruses.

These health and fitness legends are feeling the cold

Joe Rogan

"My body feels so good. My soreness that was generally just an ordinary part of my everyday life, a massive amount of that has disappeared..."

George Armstrong

"Doing a difficult task such as cold exposure, especially first thing in the morning, can improve your determination and discipline. A must have for athletes"

Dr. Andrew Huberman

“Cold exposure causes the prolonged release of dopamine. Dopamine is a powerful molecule capable of elevating mood, enhancing focus, attention, goal-directed behavior,”


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