PATCH Eco-Friendly Bamboo Bandages are a sustainable, hypoallergic wound care solution.
Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or a bookworm, you’re bound to end up with a few cuts and scrapes now and then. Sticking on a bandage is an automatic response — but did you know that conventional wound care contributes to pollution? Plastic-based bandages decompose slowly and often escape into the environment. And on top of that, 1 in 4 people has an allergic response to conventional adhesives.
PATCH Bandages offer a better way. Made from soft, sustainable bamboo, they’re 100% compostable and plastic-free. And they’re suitable for all skin types, including sensitive or mature skin. Aloe-infused gauze and a hypoallergenic adhesive design help protect your wound without any irritation. It’s also breathable and naturally antimicrobial for a more comfortable healing experience. PATCH makes it easy to care for yourself while also caring for the planet.
PATCH Natural Bandages: These strips are perfect for those who like to keep things simple. PATCH Natural is designed with bamboo to help repair minor cuts & abrasions, naturally. Free from known irritants, toxins, and plastic.
PATCH Activated Charcoal Bandage:These adhesive bandages are enriched with activated charcoal gauze to help draw out impurities and infections from minor wounds. Perfect for sports enthusiasts and thrill-seekers!
PATCH Kids: Made for our little eco-warriors, these Coconut Oil Strips feature a cute panda print & are enriched with coconut oil to assist the natural repair of minor grazes, cuts, and abrasions.
PATCH Aloe Vera: Natural adhesive bandage strips, designed for adventurous people. Made from 100% soft organic bamboo fiber and infused with Aloe Vera to help soothe minor burns, blisters, or scrapes.
Conventional bandages take many years to decompose. And if you’ve ever seen an old bandage on the sidewalk, you know they often end up where you’d least expect. PATCH Bandages are made from 100% natural bamboo. Bamboo uses less water and grows more quickly than trees — and it doesn’t require toxic pesticides to grow. Since these bandages compost within two weeks, they’re a sustainable remedy for life’s little cuts and scrapes.