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Japan invents staying cool in a can

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Face facts Britain, the weather is utter donuts right now.

However, baking heat on this lush little island has been known and even without it, chances are you're booked in for some sunburn-inducing trip overseas.

Don't go without this, an incredible invention from the Japanese: ice cold cooling foam sprays, which provide an instant temperature drop for (brave) users.

Taking the next step from a water spray (which offers all of about 4 seconds of heat reprieve), the can releases a chilling foam that hardens and can be wrapped around your wrist providing an hour of sweat free chillage.

On top of that they've made a can of spray-on fizzy stuff. To be honest, we don't know what that does, but it looks acesome.

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