Natural, Vegan, Organic Adhesive Bandages Enter U.S. Market

Award-winning natural adhesive bandages change the way consumers treat their injuries and the environment

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Award-winning natural adhesive bandages that are vegan, compostable and organic — and are changing the way consumers treat their injuries and the environment — are entering the U.S. market.

The eco wound care brand is PATCH and it recently won the New Hope Network NEXTY Award for Best New Natural Living Product at Expo West. 

Nutricare, maker of PATCH, is an Australian company — about to make a global impact.

Founder & CEO James Dutton noted, “We are so excited about what this product means for families and the future of our planet.” PATCH offers customers a minimal packaging footprint, a safe alternative for irritation prone skin, while targeting specific wound types with enriched gauze.”

100% vegan and organic

For its part, PATCH has set itself apart by demonstrating a commitment to sustainability with using 100% organic bamboo fibre and mineral adhesive for their bandages. PATCH is fully accredited as a Class 1 sterile device and approved by medical authorities around the globe including the FDA in the US. Dedicated to being a business with a conscience, Nutricare is a proud partner of the B Corporation and the Climate Collaborative.

PATCH is the next generation of wound care allowing customers to make a simple, natural, hypoallergenic, biodegradable, and pain free choice.

Currently, PATCH offers four lines:

  • PATCH Natural — For every day protection
  • PATCH Coconut Oil Kids — For kids who don’t like ointments, but need more than just a strip
  • PATCH Aloe Vera — For soothing and repairing burns, blisters, and minor abrasions
  • PATCH Activated Charcoal — For drawing out impurities

All PATCH strips are crafted with certified organic 100% bamboo fibre and are vegan-friendly and cruelty free. PATCH can be found at as well as Anthropologie, Grove Collaborative, Amazon, and select retailers nationwide with more retailers to come.

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