Patch Biodegradable Plasters - natural. Tube open
Patch Biodegradable Plasters - aloe vera. Tube open
Patch Biodegradable Plasters - natural. Cardboard tube
Patch Biodegradable Plasters - natural. Back of tube
Patch Biodegradable Plaster - bottom of plaster
Patch Biodegradable Plaster - top of plaster
Patch Biodegradable Plaster
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PATCH Biodegradable Plasters

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PATCH natural, biodegradable bamboo plasters are made from organic, sustainably sourced materials that can be home composted.

They are hypoallergenic and free from irritating chemicals as well as free from plastic, latex and parabens. They’re also vegan and cruelty free.

PATCH plasters was born after their creator realised his son was getting a reaction to "normal" plasters, and was shocked to see the chemicals that they contain. He wanted to create a plaster with no nasty chemicals, that was better for his child's skin and the planet.

Instead of using harmful chemicals, they use natural minerals and nanotechnology resulting in a gentle and kind adhesive. These plasters are home compostable so you don’t need to throw them away and send them to landfill.

Overall, they’re the perfect treatment for all those tricky little cuts and abrasions.

Two variants:

Natural - No added ingredients. For cuts and minor skin injuries.

Aloe Vera - Added aloe vera helps sooth burns and blisters.

Plaster dimensions - 85mm x 19mm, Gauze Length 12.4mm

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  • Plastic, Silicone, Latex & Paraben Free
  • Biodegradable
  • 100% organic
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Organic Bamboo Fibre
  • Sustainably sourced
  • Home compostable
  • No irritating chemicals
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan
  • One tree planted for every order
  • Pack size - Tube of 25



We purchase these products from Eco Living who we love because they are a member of 1% For The Planet, donating a portion of profits to protecting our oceans from plastic pollution. Eco Living is also in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, planting native trees to help stop climate change and reduce extreme poverty.

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