Hyper-Cooling Headband

The digital ice pack for long lasting pain relief.


Experience the Cooling Power of KHIO

KHIO is a hyper-cooling headband that uses specialized electronic plates to create a nearly instant cool surface. Worn on the forehead, KHIO provides instant relief in lieu of an ice pack.

Interactive App for KHIO

Get to know your migraine triggers and personalize your cooling sessions with the user-friendly KHIO app.

Benefit from Targeted Technology

KHIO is designed by migraine sufferers to relieve your most painful migraine symptoms. We want to not only help those who suffer from migraines but serve as a source of information to spread awareness and educate the public on what causes these to occur, and how to prevent them from happening in the first place

The Complete KHIO System

The Cooling Headband & Journaling App for Enhanced Control

Meet the Digital Ice Pack

Immediate cooling at the touch of a button. Made for pain relief whenever you need it.

  • User Friendly App

    Temperature controls and migraine tracking at your fingertips

  • Long Life

    3 Hour battery life that outlasts the relief of any ice pack

  • Comfort

    Adjustable strap that forms comfortably around your head

  • Custom Cooling Settings

    Adjustable levels allow user to dial in preferred level of cooling

Cooling Therapy is Proven to Reduce Pain Symptoms

U.S. PATENT PENDING 62/927,943
Reduce Swelling of Blood Vessels
Increase Blood Flow
Provide Cooling Pain Relief


“Wow, I didn’t know treatments like this existed!”

“I loved the cooling affect without the risk of leaking water from ice and no worries of it falling off while laying down. I really love the concept and can’t wait to see the final product! I really plan to get one once it’s ready for purchase!”

Susan suffers from 10+ migraine days per month and does not currently use cooling to remedy her migraine pain. She tested KHIO for 1 month and shared that is decreased her pain from a 10 to a 2, stating it was light weight and comfortable.

“If I started to feel a
migraine, I would put this on... feels like a spa treatment.”