Wouldn’t it be easier to wear rather
than swallow your vitamins?

No more pills to swallow - stick on a patch instead!

 

Are you getting all you should from
your oral supplements?

Better support for you and your family’s health.

 

Tired of feeling tired?

More energy to do ALL THE THINGS!

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Vitamin & Supplement Topical Patches

Not Your Ordinary Vitamins

The latest nano technology allows you to now wear your vitamins instead of swallowing them.

This is not only more convenient, but more effective too. The slow release topical delivery bypasses the stomach and liver meaning nutrients are delivered more directly into the bloodstream with the potential to increase absorption.

Perfect for all, but especially for sensitive stomachs, IBS and bariatric patients – vitamins are delivered into the bloodstream via the skin, rather than the gut. All of us can easily benefit from this supplementation method as well as those with absorption problems, irritable bowel etc.

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100% natural – cruelty free, hypoallergenic and free from; fillers, latex, lactose, gluten and sugar.

About our patches

 

100% Natural
100% Natural
Cruelty Free
Cruelty Free
Hypoallergenic
Hypoallergenic
Money Back Guarantee
Money Back
Guarantee
Vegan*
Vegan*
Slow Release
Slow Release
No Swallowing
No Swallowing
Minimal Packaging
Minimal Packaging
*Excluding; D3/Calcium, D3/K2, Omega-3, Kids Multi Vit, Keep Klear and Collagen
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