Sep 25, 2012

Fall FaceCaddy Giveaway!!

Hello dear readers! While I am happy to report that I no longer need to wear my FaceCaddy every single day to control my TMJD pain, I am soooooo thankful to have one to use on the days when I do need it. It always does the trick. The efficient manner of heating and icing my jaw has helped relax the muscles immensely and I am doing much better lately in regards to my TMJ.

I am pleased to be able to offer another FaceCaddy giveaway on the blog to celebrate my favorite season. While I used to rely on ice, with the weather getting chillier heat feels nice. This is one of my favorite products and has improved my quality of life immensely.

If you would like to try a FaceCaddy, please leave me a comment below and tell me how a FaceCaddy would help you feel better this fall. Be sure to include your email address in the comment. I will announce the lucky winner drawn randomly from a pumpkin on October 15, 2012. Good luck! In the meantime, check out the entire FaceCaddy line at


  1. Hi =]

    I'm pleased that your TMJ has eased a bit.

    I would love a facecaddy to help with the TMJ that I have started to develop over the last year. I also have POTS so anything cold is a win. I would especially love a zebra print one because I have EDS.

    My email is

    Flo =] x

  2. I would love to win one of these for those EDS jaw pains. You know exactly what I am talking about. I think these would also help my sister. Thanks. I didn't put my email address here, you know me on Facebook and I would prefer you to PM me there.

    Kathleen W.

  3. i would love to win one of these!!...but first of so glad your TMJ has subsided a bit!!!! name is kaila and i too have terrible tmj which goes along with my EDS :( . . being from minnesota this makes it a lot more painful with the cold weather..especially around this time of year!...this would greatly benefit me and would definitely keep a few dry eyes for me this winter. i know my fiance would greatly appreciate it as well! only 20 years old so i have a long road ahead of me :(

    1. and my email address is thank you so much for your consideration!!!

  4. that's awesome... i have terrible tmj. love that its zebra.

  5. Here i am resting on the couch with a headache and jaw ache, digging desperately into the knots under my jaw, and i come across your Facebook post about this giveaway. I had never heard of a face caddy, but boy does that sound nice right now. So happy to hear it has helped you so much. i would love one of these. Love the zebra print too since i also have EDS. I tend to use heat on my head/jaw, but my heat pack always slides off my face so i have to lay perfectly still on my back, which triggers lots of other aches and pains. This is a genius idea. You are so sweet to give one away.

  6. this looks amazing for both my tmj and my migraines! You know me from the washington EDS facebook group, hopefully you can pm me there, i'm nervous about posting my email...
    jen mindlin

  7. Hello!

    I'm 19 and diagnosed with HEDS. I'm currently a flute student at UNCSA in North Carolina, and since being here and doing all the practicing required my TMJ has been horrible, and even with heating and ice I can do, I'm hardly find any relief, and I'm worried my TMJ will get worse enough that I have to stop practicing as much as I need to to get my degree.
    This is an awesome giveaway, thanks for doing it :) also the fact that it's zebra is fantastic!!


  8. It would be awesome to have a chance to try one of these out, my TMJ has begun to affect my every day life this past year.

    I used to have occasional swelling and stiffness in my jaw as a kid, and in the last four or five years, my jaw has had a click. Every time I open and close my mouth, my jaw clicks. when I'm chewing, yawning, or drinking something. Sometimes when I yawn, it locks itself open. If I open it in the wrong direction, it gets locked shut. Heat and ice help with the swelling of the muscles in the area and helps reduce the instances where my jaw locks or clicks painfully.

    thank you for doing this! Sara at

  9. So happy to hear your TMJ pain has been better of late especially given how long it's been an issue for you. You were so due a break from it all :)

    How would I use it? Well the left side of my jaw doesn't want to stay in much anymore and I now have a pretty near constant pain on that side. It pops out (at least it goes in fairly easily) clicks, gets stuck open. Anything to help reduce the swelling and pain would be lovely. Especially if it meant I could reduce pain meds even a little.

    Michelle :)