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Microwaveable Neck Warmer

Microwaveable neck warmer. Microwave oven vent. Sharp microwave turntable support.

Microwaveable Neck Warmer

microwaveable neck warmer

    microwaveable

  • A microwave oven, or simply a microwave, is a kitchen appliance that cooks or heats food by dielectric heating. This is accomplished by using microwave radiation to heat water and other polarized molecules within the food.
  • Alternative spelling of microwavable
  • a product is classified as microwaveable if it carries a prominent on-pack claim to that effect.

    warmer

  • Of or at a fairly or comfortably high temperature
  • (of clothes or coverings) Made of a material that helps the body to retain heat; suitable for cold weather
  • get warm or warmer; "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"
  • heater: device that heats water or supplies warmth to a room
  • (warm) warmly: in a warm manner; "warmly dressed"; "warm-clad skiers"
  • (of a color) Containing red, yellow, or orange tones

    neck

  • the part of an organism (human or animal) that connects the head to the rest of the body; "he admired her long graceful neck"; "the horse won by a neck"
  • a narrow elongated projecting strip of land
  • (of two people) Kiss and caress amorously
  • Swallow (something, esp. a drink)
  • Form a narrowed part at a particular point when subjected to tension
  • kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"

microwaveable neck warmer – Microwaveable Flax

Microwaveable Flax Seed Neck Pillow with Washable Cover from Relaxation in a Bag
Microwaveable Flax Seed Neck Pillow with Washable Cover from Relaxation in a Bag
Neck Pillow, microwaveable, in grey fleece. Directions – Heat therapy:Remove the pillow from its vinyl bag and place in a clean, dry microwave. Heat for no more than 3 minutes. Microwaves vary, so be sure not to overheat. Soothing warmth will last over 30 minutes. Cool therapy:Seal the pillow in its own zippered vinyl bag to keep it dry. Store in the refrigerator or freezer. The chill will last over 30 minutes. Cleaning:The gray fleece cover can be machine washed and dried. Do not wet, wash, or dry clean the inner pillow.

Marmoset Monkey Baby

Marmoset Monkey Baby
[EXPLORE #87]

Awww….an infant Marmoset Monkey. Hand fed every 2 hours around the clock…

NOTICE: This monkey is NOT for sale in most pet stores nor was it sold at this one. The lady holding this baby monkey is a certified licensed breeder who can only sell to those with a specific classified license.

FACT: Marmosets usually have twins; triplets and quadruplets also occur.

Breeders hand-raise marmosets in an effort to produce better pets. However, one must realize that these are wild animals and are not domesticated. Breeders remove infants from their parents for hand-rearing when they are between 3 and 10 days of age, so the infants can receive colostrum and milk for the antibodies. Infants are delicate and usually weigh between 28 and 35 grams at birth. They are born with eyes open, a full coat of fur, a mouthful of teeth, and extremely strong, muscular forearms for grasping the parents.

Babies cannot thermoregulate for the first two months. The father carries the infant the majority of the time, and the female usually only carries the infant to nurse it. The baby normally rides across the parent’s neck and shoulders. A good indicator of whether the baby is healthy is observation of the tail. Marmoset babies hold their tails tightly against the parents’ bodies. Again, if the tail is limp, the baby is in distress. This indicator also works to assess a baby being hand-fed.

Hand-raising a baby callitrichid requires an incredible amount of devotion, time and emotional energy. To simulate their natural lives, infants should be carried by their owners as much as possible for warmth and emotional security. Keeping a baby on a stuffed animal surrogate for extended periods of time is unnatural and cruel. Infants need the stimulation and affection afforded by constant contact.

If a baby must be placed for short periods of time on a surrogate, use an insulated soft-sided six-pack cooler, with a microwaveable soft heating pad under a stuffed animal. Do not use a regular plug-in type heating pad because if the baby crawls between the stuffed animal and the pad, it can quickly overheat and die.

Infants should be fed Enfamil human baby formula. Once a week, a drop of pediatric multi-vitamins should be mixed into the formula. Formula should be warmed to about 100 degrees Fahrenheit before feeding. Newborns should be fed every two hours around the clock and must be stimulated in the perineal area to urinate and defecate. Babies usually begin sleeping through the night when they are about two weeks old. Weaning occurs at about 8 to 10 weeks of age, but in the family group, the babies nurse until the next infants are born (usually six months after the previous birth).

Baby Marmoset Monkey

Baby Marmoset Monkey
Awww….an infant Marmoset Monkey. Hand fed every 2 hours around the clock…

NOTICE: This monkey is NOT for sale in most pet stores nor was it sold at this one. The lady holding this baby monkey is a certified licensed breeder who can only sell to those with a specific classified license.

FACT: Marmosets usually have twins; triplets and quadruplets also occur.

Breeders hand-raise marmosets in an effort to produce better pets. However, one must realize that these are wild animals and are not domesticated. Breeders remove infants from their parents for hand-rearing when they are between 3 and 10 days of age, so the infants can receive colostrum and milk for the antibodies. Infants are delicate and usually weigh between 28 and 35 grams at birth. They are born with eyes open, a full coat of fur, a mouthful of teeth, and extremely strong, muscular forearms for grasping the parents.

Babies cannot thermoregulate for the first two months. The father carries the infant the majority of the time, and the female usually only carries the infant to nurse it. The baby normally rides across the parent’s neck and shoulders. A good indicator of whether the baby is healthy is observation of the tail. Marmoset babies hold their tails tightly against the parents’ bodies. Again, if the tail is limp, the baby is in distress. This indicator also works to assess a baby being hand-fed.

Hand-raising a baby callitrichid requires an incredible amount of devotion, time and emotional energy. To simulate their natural lives, infants should be carried by their owners as much as possible for warmth and emotional security. Keeping a baby on a stuffed animal surrogate for extended periods of time is unnatural and cruel. Infants need the stimulation and affection afforded by constant contact.

If a baby must be placed for short periods of time on a surrogate, use an insulated soft-sided six-pack cooler, with a microwaveable soft heating pad under a stuffed animal. Do not use a regular plug-in type heating pad because if the baby crawls between the stuffed animal and the pad, it can quickly overheat and die.

Infants should be fed Enfamil human baby formula. Once a week, a drop of pediatric multi-vitamins should be mixed into the formula. Formula should be warmed to about 100 degrees Fahrenheit before feeding. Newborns should be fed every two hours around the clock and must be stimulated in the perineal area to urinate and defecate. Babies usually begin sleeping through the night when they are about two weeks old. Weaning occurs at about 8 to 10 weeks of age, but in the family group, the babies nurse until the next infants are born (usually six months after the previous birth).

microwaveable neck warmer

microwaveable neck warmer

Microwaveable Warm Wax, Legs, Body & Face 4 oz Parissa
Microwaveable Warm Wax, Legs, Body & Face 4 oz Method Of Use: 1. warm up 2. apply sparingly 3. zip off with strips. results: smooth soft skin for up to 8 weeks; high performance salon results; finer, sparser regrowth. advantages: ph balanced & aloe enriched; ultra-effective for dark, short or coarse hair; microwaveable salon system; not washable but nothing works better each kit contains: 1 jar wax, smooth-feel applicator strips, 1 vial azulene oil hair inhibitor, spatulas and easy to follow instructions. UPC: 066427310009 Each kit contains: 1 jar wax, smooth-feel applicator strips, 1 vial azulene oil hair inhibitor, spatulas and easy to follow instructions. Parissa Hair Removal Systems

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