BENEFITS: 
 
There are 10 individually
wrapped liners per box.

Each liner can be used
for 10-14 days 
BENEFITS:
BENEFITS:








 
There are 10 individually
wrapped liners per box.

Each liner can be used
for 10-14 days 
COLD STRESS CAN DECREASE PERFORMANCE

In the winter time, an average person loses about 1 teaspoon of sweat, per hour, when working in the cold weather. This moisture can form ice crystals in a person’s hat or headwear item, and when the cold wind whips through, it will lower the core body temperature. Cold stress will occur, and production levels will be drastically decreased. It is crucial to use high tech wick wear, which is material that is designed to pull the sweat away from the skin, into the layer of the material, which then helps to evaporate the perspiration.

 
HEAT STRESS CAN CAUSE SAFETY ISSUES
Sweat management is a growing issue for many individuals wearing hard hats, tactical combat helmets, bump caps, respirators, bike helmets, motorcycle helmets, and other headwear items. Most commercial products like terry bands, skull caps, sponges, expensive crystals, and items you dunk in water, are ineffective at helping to fight heat stress in the warmer weather. When the sun beats down on a hard hat or tactical combat helmet, the temperature in the area above the head rises to a sweltering 146 degrees. Any extra moisture that remains, under the headwear item, will turn into steam, and heat up the head, like you would steam a lobster. This increase in heat decreases production levels, and increases heat stress related injuries. Products that remain stagnant will hit an overload, where they can’t absorb any more liquid, and release the salty perspiration back into the eyes. 

To this point, health and safety managers have stated that a significant percentage of eye injuries result from soldiers or workers introducing debris into their eyes, while wiping sweat. It’s not uncommon for soldiers and workers to wear safety items such as gloves, safety glasses, facemasks, or other protective clothing that inhibits them from safely wiping the sweat. Soldiers may choose to remove their gloves or safety glasses, even remove their helmets, caps, or hard hat to wipe sweat from their eyes. In doing so, they may violate safety compliance, and expose their hands, eyes, and head to risk of injury. As with other safety equipment, the costs and risks associated with using inadequate sweat protection can be great; this can cause eye injuries from having dust, debris, or chemicals trickled into the eyes, or rubbed into the eye, when wiping the brow with a dirty glove. Eye injuries cost, on average, $800 per incident. When workers are out in the field, there is no safe place for them to remove their helmets, as the safety procedure dictate, causing a major dilemma.
6
REGULATING THE CORE BODY TEMPERATURE
There is only one product on the market that increases safety, production levels, and hygiene, while helping to regulate the core body temperature, fighting both heat and cold stress. The Headline It!® No Sweat liners have been adopted globally by Nexcom, the U.S. Navy, and is part of the tactical planogram with AAFES, Army Air Force Exchange Systems. Large companies like Toyota, CPS Energy, U.S. Steel, Kiewit, Pacific Railroad, and many others have made the switch to this award-winning, patented product. The Headline It!® No Sweat liners are made up of two layers of high tech wick wear, similar to Under Armour.

The layers are hydrophilic, and hold up to five times their weight in sweat, pulling the sweat away from the skin, evaporating continuously. This active process helps to regulate the core body temperature, by fighting heat stress in the summer, and cold stress in the winter time. The back SMS material is hydrophobic, meaning that no sweat can enter through the back of the liner. It is like a one-way street, pulling sweat into the liner, and evaporating clean water.

The SMS material has 1-3 microns per square inch, which means that it has a dense area to trap the oils, salts, and odors in the liner, not in your headwear item. The composition of spunbond, meltblown, and spunbond forms the same material that is used in surgical caps and gowns, to promote health and hygiene in the operating room. The liners will prevent baseball caps and other headwear items from having salt/sweat stains or odors. Each liner is disposable after 10-14 days, or 80 hours. Each liner is individually wrapped for ease of transport. They absorb sweat while you are on the job, or in the field, and have the added benefit of acting as a cushion between your head and the rigid helmet/hard hat, thus making it more comfortable.

Just remove the peel strip, covering the adhesive on the back of liner and stick into any headwear item. Two liners should be used for Extreme Sweat Protection; one in the front and one in the back of the headwear item. The liners from a skull cap of sorts, but have a variance that allows for continual sweat evaporation. Headline It!® No Sweat liners won Best Health and Wellness Product Award, Most Unique Product, and have been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX news and other outlets.

Jodi Pliszka, the inventor of the product was a top finalist on ABC’S AMERICAN INVENTOR TV SHOW, also featured on LIFETIME TV’S HEALTH CORNER with her story of tragedy to triumph. Ms. Pliszka lost her hair to Alopecia Universalis, 30 years ago. She is President/CEO, clinical therapist, professional speaker, and host of Ripley’s Believe It or Not Radio’s, Weird Medical Maladies. As a Triathlete and black belt in TKD, the product was invented, out of pure necessity to help stop sweat from rolling into and burning her eyes, while keeping her headwear items cleaner longer. 
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COLD STRESS CAN DECREASE PERFORMANCE
In the winter time, an average person loses about 1 teaspoon of sweat, per hour, when working in the cold weather. This moisture can form ice crystals in a person’s hat or headwear item, and when the cold wind whips through, it will lower the core body temperature. Cold stress will occur, and production levels will be drastically decreased. It is crucial to use high tech wick wear, which is material that is designed to pull the sweat away from the skin, into the layer of the material, which then helps to evaporate the perspiration.

 
HEAT STRESS CAN CAUSE SAFETY ISSUES
 
Sweat management is a growing issue for many individuals wearing hard hats, tactical combat helmets, bump caps, respirators, bike helmets, motorcycle helmets, and other headwear items. Most commercial products like terry bands, skull caps, sponges, expensive crystals, and items you dunk in water, are ineffective at helping to fight heat stress in the warmer weather. When the sun beats down on a hard hat or tactical combat helmet, the temperature in the area above the head rises to a sweltering 146 degrees. Any extra moisture that remains, under the headwear item, will turn into steam, and heat up the head, like you would steam a lobster. This increase in heat decreases production levels, and increases heat stress related injuries. Products that remain stagnant will hit an overload, where they can’t absorb any more liquid, and release the salty perspiration back into the eyes. 

To this point, health and safety managers have stated that a significant percentage of eye injuries result from soldiers or workers introducing debris into their eyes, while wiping sweat. It’s not uncommon for soldiers and workers to wear safety items such as gloves, safety glasses, facemasks, or other protective clothing that inhibits them from safely wiping the sweat. Soldiers may choose to remove their gloves or safety glasses, even remove their helmets, caps, or hard hat to wipe sweat from their eyes. In doing so, they may violate safety compliance, and expose their hands, eyes, and head to risk of injury. As with other safety equipment, the costs and risks associated with using inadequate sweat protection can be great; this can cause eye injuries from having dust, debris, or chemicals trickled into the eyes, or rubbed into the eye, when wiping the brow with a dirty glove. Eye injuries cost, on average, $800 per incident. When workers are out in the field, there is no safe place for them to remove their helmets, as the safety procedure dictate, causing a major dilemma.
6
REGULATING
THE CORE BODY
TEMPERATURE
 
There is only one product on the market that increases safety, production levels, and hygiene, while helping to regulate the core body temperature, fighting both heat and cold stress. The Headline It!® No Sweat liners have been adopted globally by Nexcom, the U.S. Navy, and is part of the tactical planogram with AAFES, Army Air Force Exchange Systems. Large companies like Toyota, CPS Energy, U.S. Steel, Kiewit, Pacific Railroad, and many others have made the switch to this award-winning, patented product. The Headline It!® No Sweat liners are made up of two layers of high tech wick wear, similar to Under Armour.

The layers are hydrophilic, and hold up to five times their weight in sweat, pulling the sweat away from the skin, evaporating continuously. This active process helps to regulate the core body temperature, by fighting heat stress in the summer, and cold stress in the winter time. The back SMS material is hydrophobic, meaning that no sweat can enter through the back of the liner. It is like a one-way street, pulling sweat into the liner, and evaporating clean water.

The SMS material has 1-3 microns per square inch, which means that it has a dense area to trap the oils, salts, and odors in the liner, not in your headwear item. The composition of spunbond, meltblown, and spunbond forms the same material that is used in surgical caps and gowns, to promote health and hygiene in the operating room. The liners will prevent baseball caps and other headwear items from having salt/sweat stains or odors. Each liner is disposable after 10-14 days, or 80 hours. Each liner is individually wrapped for ease of transport. They absorb sweat while you are on the job, or in the field, and have the added benefit of acting as a cushion between your head and the rigid helmet/hard hat, thus making it more comfortable.

Just remove the peel strip, covering the adhesive on the back of liner and stick into any headwear item. Two liners should be used for Extreme Sweat Protection; one in the front and one in the back of the headwear item. The liners from a skull cap of sorts, but have a variance that allows for continual sweat evaporation. Headline It!® No Sweat liners won Best Health and Wellness Product Award, Most Unique Product, and have been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX news and other outlets.

Jodi Pliszka, the inventor of the product was a top finalist on ABC’S AMERICAN INVENTOR TV SHOW, also featured on LIFETIME TV’S HEALTH CORNER with her story of tragedy to triumph. Ms. Pliszka lost her hair to Alopecia Universalis, 30 years ago. She is President/CEO, clinical therapist, professional speaker, and host of Ripley’s Believe It or Not Radio’s, Weird Medical Maladies. As a Triathlete and black belt in TKD, the product was invented, out of pure necessity to help stop sweat from rolling into and burning her eyes, while keeping her headwear items cleaner longer. 
Pliszka's Adventures LLC - Headline It!®
All Rights Reserved