Bamboo Bandage Strips 3-Pack
One order contains 3 tubes - 25 bandages each (75 bandages total).
Variety Pack contains: 1 Natural (light) tube, 1 Aloe Vera (tan) tube, and 1 Coconut Oil (panda print) tube.
PATCH organic bandage strips are the natural approach to wound care.
Made with 100% certified organic bamboo fibre, one of the fastest growing, renewable resources on the planet, and dded with extra natural goodness in the form of coconut oil, aloe vera and activated charcoal.
PATCH has been engineered to be the most sensitive and natural wound care alternative on the market, appealing to all skin types both young and old.
NATURAL BANDAGES (light color) : perfect for those who like to keep it simple. Designed with bamboo to help repair minor cuts & abrasions, naturally.
ENRICHED WITH COCONUT OIL (panda print): the strips feature a cute panda print & are enriched with coconut oil to assist the natural repair of minor grazes, cuts and abrasions.
ALOE VERA BANDAGES (tan color) : enriched with soothing aloe vera extract to help repair & soothe burns, blisters & minor abrasions. Perfect for sensitive skin types.
ACTIVATED CHARCOAL BANDAGES (black color): enriched with activated charcoal gauze to help aid & draw out impurities and infections from minor wounds.
- Do not contain plastics or toxins
End of Life:
PATCH Strips are compostable & biodegradable. They have tested to break down in the garden soil within weeks.
PATCH was born when James Dutton (the founder of Nutricare) noticed that while trying to protect his son’s adventure wounds his skin was in fact reacting badly to a common wound covering and making the wound worse.
This puzzled James and he set off on his mission to find out why. He was shocked to discover that there is an array of chemicals that lurk in the common plasters. His research found that a staggering number of the of the world's population can’t wear common wound care coverings, which was predicted to be on rise.
Ultimately the wish for a wound care product that wouldn’t cause nasty skin reactions and serve as a way to help heal the wounds was the real reason for PATCH.
Taking it from just an idea into thousands of stores in Australia and now growing globally since July 2016.