Patch is a pioneering name in sustainable and natural wound care. Deeply committed to people and the environment, they emerged from the need for cleaner alternatives in the wound care segment. Their passion for health and sustainability shines through their extensive product range, offering eco-friendly solutions to everyday first-aid needs.
James Dutton, the founder, was driven by personal experience to provide an all-natural approach to wound care. Following two years of meticulous research and development, Patch was launched with a promise to keep things simple, safe, and skin-friendly.
Patch’s commitment to sustainability shines through:
- Reducing environmental impact: With every online order or new retailer partnership, a tree is planted. Thanks to this initiative, 28,000 trees have already found their roots.
- Safe and natural ingredients: Products are crafted with natural bamboo, recognized for its softness and sustainability. Other components include healing agents like coconut oil, activated charcoal, and Aloe Vera, all curated to care for the skin while offering effective wound healing.
- A responsible business model: As a certified B Corporation, Patch prioritizes profit with purpose, aligning with global standards for corporate and social responsibility.
- Quality assurance: PATCH strips are not only vegan but also registered with multiple global authorities ensuring safety and efficacy.
Their products are designed with your skin and the planet in mind, ensuring safety, effectiveness, and eco-friendliness. Patch’s eco-initiatives extend to packaging; from recycled cardboard tubes to bamboo fibre bandages.