What's in the Sleep Patch?
Our Sleep Patch is infused with Valerian Root, Passionflower, Melatonin, and Vitamin B2.

What’s in the Energy Patch?
Our Energy Patch is infused with Caffeine, Taurine, Green Tea, B3, B5, and B6.

What’s in the Daily Patch?
Our Daily Patch is infused with Vitamin C, Zinc Glycinate, Ginkgo, and Echinacea.

What’s in the Calm Patch?
Our Calm Patch is infused with Valerian Root, Passionflower, Vitamin B6, and Ashwagandha.

What’s in the Focus Patch?
Our Focus Patch is infused with Gingko Biloba, Bacopa Monnieri, Vitamin B3, and Magnesium L-Threonate.

What is Taurine?
Taurine is a naturally occurring amino acid that can be found in animal products and certain plants. It has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions, including heart disease and liver problems.

What Does Taurine Do?
Taurine is an amino acid that helps to regulate the level of water and mineral salts in the body. It also plays a role in nerve signaling and energy production. Additionally, taurine has been shown to have antioxidant properties.

Where Does Taurine Come From?
Taurine is a naturally occurring amino acid that can be found in animal products and certain plants. However, it's important to note that taurine is not found in high amounts in most foods. The best dietary sources of taurine include seafood and meat.

How Much Taurine Should I Take?
There is no Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for taurine. However, it's generally recommended that adults consume between 500 and 2000 mg of taurine per day. It's important to note that taurine is not found in high amounts in most foods, so supplementation may be necessary.

What is Caffeine?
Caffeine is a naturally occurring stimulant that can be found in coffee beans, tea leaves, cocoa beans, and kola nuts. It has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments but it is most commonly known as a beverage additive. Caffeine is the world's most popular drug and it has both pros and cons.

How do you know if a patch is working?
Each patch has a subtle printed image. When the ink disappears, you know it’s working! It may take up to two hours for you to start feeling the effects.

Can the patches be worn by people of all ages?
The Patch Brand’s patches are recommended for adults over 18 years old.

How long can you wear a patch?
Our patches provide up to 24 hours of benefit.

Will the patches irritate my skin?
Our patches are vegan, and made with all-natural ingredients. However, as with any adhesive, irritation may occur. If you experience irritation, stop using the product, wash the affected area with warm, soapy water and contact your doctor.

Can I wear more than one patch at a time?
Yes, you can wear multiple patches at once, however, we recommend only wearing patches with complementary benefits (ex. Daily Patch & Energy Patch). We do not recommend pairing patches with opposing effects (ex. Energy Patch & Sleep Patch).

How do you wear The Patch Brand’s patches?
Peel, stick, and enjoy! It’s that simple.

Are The Patch Brand’s patches cruelty-free?
Yes, all of our patches are cruelty-free. They are also paraben-free, latex-free, fragrance-free, and water-resistant.

What are vitamin patches and how do they work?
Vitamin patches are a clean and effective alternative to daily vitamin supplements, commonly consumed in the form of gummies, capsules, and pills. The unique design of vitamin patches allows them to deliver the purest form of vitamins—no fillers or other junk. The Patch Brand’s vitamin patches are specially designed to slowly release a curated blend of high-quality ingredients for up to 24 hours of benefit.

Where should I place my patch?
Anywhere! You can place a patch on any relatively hair-free part of your body. We tend to recommend the inner wrist or upper arm, but it’s your body so you do you!

Where can I purchase The Patch Brand vitamin patches?
Our Sleep Patch, Energy Patch, Focus Patch, Calm Patch, and Daily Patch are now available for sale right here at ThePatchBrand.com. We also have a Variety Pack if you’d like to try all five!

What are vitamin patches?
Vitamin patches contain a blend of high quality ingredients that are designed to go directly into your bloodstream. The vitamin wellness patches do not contain any fillers and only contain natural ingredients. It is new way to take your daily vitamins without any tradeoffs to make you feel your best.

Are vitamin patches effective?
Vitamin patches are an effective alternative to taking your daily supplements through capsules, pills and gummies. Vitamin wellness patches slowly release a blend of natural ingredients for up to twenty-four hours. The patches are also paraben-free, vegan, gluten free and even water resistant and don’t require any trade-offs for you to feel your best.

Do vitamin patches work?
Vitamin wellness patches can work for up to twenty-four hours. The vitamin patches have a carefully selected blend of natural ingredients that are slowly released into your bloodstream. They provide the same benefit as a pill or gummy without any sugar, additives or gelatin.

Where do I place my vitamin patch?
Place a vitamin patch on a relatively hair-free part, itis recommended to place on the inner wrist or upper arm. Simply peel off the patch when your done and if there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

Can vitamins be absorbed through skin?
Yes! Vitamins and extracts can be absorbed as long as they are under a certain molecular weight. All of our patches are formulated such that every ingredient listed on our label does absorb through your skin, ensuring you receive all the vitamins you are taking through the patches.

Are vitamin patches FDA approved?
Vitamin patches are considered vitamins and supplements and do not require FDA approval. Our manufacturing facilities are cGMP certified with the highest quality control systems to ensure the proper amounts of vitamins listed on the packaging are in the patch.

What are energy patches?
Our Energy patch is a thin, adhesive sheet that contains all of the herbs and essential vitamins to provide an instant boost in your energy levels including taurine, caffeine and a variety of B vitamins. They are an easy way for people who are feeling fatigued or run down to get sustained energy without trade-offs.

What is a sleep patch?
A vitamin sleep patch is an amazing sleep aid that has shown in clinical studies to help users get a better and more sustained sleep. Our Sleep patches are a unique product that is infused with various herbal ingredients that are known to promote better and peaceful sleep.

Why don't we have B12 in our patches?
Contrary to popular belief, B12 is actually not able to pass through the skin and enter your bloodstream due to its high molecular weight, according to the NCBI (Source: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10839713/). Our patches only include ingredients that are able to be absorbed through the skin and provide real benefits to you.

How long should you wear vitamin patches?
Our vitamin patches continue to release vitamins for up to 24 hours. But with that being said, you'll likely want to take off Energy before you go to bed and Sleep after you wake up! Daily is an ideal patch to wear for the full 24 hours so your immune system always has a boost.

What is an Iron patch?
Iron patches allow absorption of iron supplements through the skin, known as dermal absorption. Well-formulated iron patches should contain iron bisglycinate, a non-constipating and well-absorbed form of the mineral. Vitamin C and beta-carotene are also critical for optimal absorption and should be included in a high-quality iron patch.

How should you store vitamin patches?
It is recommend to store our vitamin patches in a cool, dark space . They are shelf stable for up to three years and don't take up much space in your medicine cabinet, car, or suitcase. They don't melt like vitamin gummies, so they're good to go wherever you need!

Are vitamin patches safe for children?
Please consult your doctor before applying patches to children as their vitamin and nutritional needs may vary. We formulated our patches for use with adults 18 years and up. It is not recommended to place vitamin patches on new or sensitive skin as the gentle adhesive may cause minor irritation.

Are vitamin patches safe for infants?
Please consult your doctor before applying patches to infants as their vitamin and nutritional needs may vary. We formulated our patches for use with adults 18 years and up. It is not recommended to place vitamin patches on new or sensitive skin as the gentle adhesive may cause minor irritation.

When is the best time to apply vitamin patches?
For Sleep patches, we recommend applying the patch 2-4 hours before your intended bed time. Daily can be applied at any point throughout the day, and will continue delivering vitamins for up to 24 hours. Energy is recommended to be applied either at the start or in the middle of your day.

Can vitamin patches get wet?
Our patches are very water resistant! You can shower and swim with patches with the patches on. Applying the patch to a relatively hairless part of your body with help the patch stick better when wet and our gentle adhesive will take care of the rest, ensuring your patches stay on and continue providing you with vitamins you need.

Can I use multiple patches simultaneously?
Yes! You can also combine different types of patches giving you the effects of both (such as Daily and Sleep). We don't suggest combining patches with conflicting effects, however, such as Energy and Sleep. Two of the same patches can be worn at the same time but it is recommended to use only one when trying them for the first time.

Vitamin A benefits?
Vitamin A is a vital fat-soluble vitamin. It contributes to good eyesight, immune function, and healthy pregnancy. There’s also promising research for lowering the risk of some cancers. Vitamin A may also help with acne, and contributes to bone health. It’s important not to exceed the RDA of 900mcg for men and 700mcg for women.

Is vitamin A water soluble?
Vitamin A is not water-soluble. It is a fat-soluble vitamin, which means it can also be stored inside the body for longer periods, and is not removed in your urine. For this reason, supplementation should always be carefully monitored so excess does not accumulate in the body.

What foods are high in Vitamin A?
Foods high in Vitamin A include: Yellow, red, and green leafy vegetables like spinach, carrots, sweet potato, and papaya. Also eggs, cheese, oily fish, and fortified foods like cereal. Always aim to consume a little fat with your Vitamin A-rich foods, to help the body absorb it optimally.

What is Vitamin A?
Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin found in many foods. It is important for vision, growth, cell division, immunity, and reproduction. It also has antioxidant properties. The recommended intake of Vitamin A is 900mcg per day for men and 700 mcg for women, with children needing 300-600mcg age-dependent.

What are common sources of Vitamin A?
Common sources of Vitamin A are all red, yellow, and leafy green veggies. Think carrots, sweet potatoes, spinach, kale, apricots, papaya, and more. It’s also found in liver and organ meats, cheese, oily fish, cod liver oil, and dairy products. Many cereals and breads are also reinforced with Vitamin A.

What does Vitamin A do?
Vitamin A is a critical vitamin in our diet. It helps keep eyesight healthy, and is used in building strong bones. It’s an antioxidant, and has uses in the immune and reproductive systems. It’s also important for cell division and growth. There’s some evidence that it may help reduce the risk of some cancers, too.

Vitamin A deficiency symptoms?
Vitamin A deficiency symptoms include night blindness and other eye-related symptoms, including clouding of the cornea. Vitamin A deficiency also leaves you more prone to infections, skin irritation, stunted growth, and fertility issues. As a fat-soluble Vitamin, Vitamin A deficiency is relatively rare. It is diagnosed by examination and blood tests.

Vegetables with Vitamin A?
Vegetables that contain Vitamin A include all leafy greens, and those vegetables (and fruits) which are red and yellow in color. This means peppers, kale, spinach, collard greens, sweet potatoes, and more. Mango, apricots, papaya, organ meats, eggs, cheese, and other dairy products are also rich in Vitamin A.

What is Vitamin B?
Vitamin B is a catch-all term for a water-soluble group of vitamins. These are not chemically related, but are all essential for the working of enzymes in the body and are found in the same foods. They include B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B6 (pyridoxine), and B12 (cobalamin).

What is Vitamin B good for?
The Vitamin B family is vital to good health. They are used for energy, cell metabolism, and are critical for brain function. The Vitamin B family is also used in preventing infection and keeping cells healthy. They can also relieve stress, help with anxiety and depression, and may boost brain performance.

What does Vitamin B do?
B Vitamins play a key role in promoting health and well-being. They are seen as the building blocks of the body, with a critical impact on brain function, cell metabolism, and energy levels. They strengthen the immune system, fight infection, and help reduce stress and anxiety.

What foods have Vitamin B?
Vitamin B complex can be found in milk, cheese, and organ meats. Shellfish and some fish are also rich in Vitamin B. Whole grains and cereals, and many nuts, have Vitamin B as well. Beans and legumes are a fantastic source, as is soy. Vitamin B is easily lost to heat, however, so cooking will damage it.

How much Vitamin B should I take?
Vitamin B is a family of vitamins. This means there are different RDAs. 1.1 mg of B1, B2, and B6 are recommended daily. 15mg of B3, 30mcg of Biotin, and 2.4 mcg of B12. Get 400 mcg of folic acid unless you are pregnant or trying to conceive, where more is advised.

What is Vitamin B-12?
Vitamin B12 is a nutrient needed for healthy blood and nerves. It’s also used in DNA, which makes up all cells. It’s critical in avoiding pernicious anemia (non-iron anemia). It is an essential vitamin, which means you need to consume it from food and cannot make it in the body.

What does Vitamin B-12 do?
Vitamin B12 is essential to hemoglobin in red blood cells. It’s also necessary for nerve function, the production of DNA, and cell metabolism. Symptoms of Vitamin V12 deficiency include pins and needles, nerve issues, depression, and ulcers. It is an essential vitamin- we cannot make it in the body and must consume it in food.

How much Vitamin B complex should I take?
Vitamin B complex tablets give you the RDA of the many Vitamin B types we need daily. This RDA varies by Vitamin. Look for a Vitamin B complex that gives you 100%-200% of the RDA for each vitamin, and take according to the packaging instructions.

What is Vitamin C?
Vitamin C is also known as l-ascorbic acid. It is an essential water-soluble vitamin naturally present in several food types. It helps keep the heart healthy, boosts vision, avoids prenatal health issues, and can keep skin supple and wrinkle-free. It can even protect against strokes.

What does Vitamin C do?
Vitamin C protects your cells against damage from free radicals. It’s also an essential part of collagen, which makes up the skin. It’s also used in many bodily functions, can help protect against stroke and cardiovascular disease, and is vital for the uptake of iron.

How much Vitamin C per day?
You should take at least 90mg of Vitamin C a day. However, doses up to 2g are generally well tolerated by the body. Megadoses are unlikely to be harmful, but can cause nausea and diarrhea. The precise amount of Vitamin C a day depends on your age, sex, and other factors.

How much Vitamin C should I take?Aim to take at least 90mg of Vitamin C daily. Up to 2g doses can be safely taken, and larger megadoses are sometimes used therapeutically under a doctor’s supervision. Your precise daily needs will vary by age and sex, as well as if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What does Vitamin C do for your skin?
Vitamin C is a critical component of healthy skin. It is used in the manufacture of collagen, which keeps skin elastic, smooth, and wrinkle-free. It is also an antioxidant, helping to minimize the effect of environmental pollution, smoking, and other damaging free radicals on the skin.

How much Vitamin C is too much?
Taking too much Vitamin C will lead to nausea and diarrhea, as well as not having any benefit to the body. The tolerable upper limit for Vitamin C supplementation is 2g. While megadoses are unlikely to be harmful, they don’t do anything for the body, wither, and it will be excreted in your urine.

What foods have Vitamin C?
Fruits and vegetables are the foods with the most Vitamin C. While we often think of citrus fruits as the best source, many vegetables have Vitamin C concentrations higher than citrus fruit. Sweet peppers, broccoli, berries, guava, mango, and melons all have close to your daily RDA of Vitamin C in one serving.

How to use Vitamin C serum?
Apply 2 to 3 drops of vitamin C serum on clean skin.  Wait 5 to 10 minutes before you apply moisturizer. Vitamin C serum should not be used after moisturizer, or at the same time as a retinoid. If you use a retinol or tretinoin product, apply Vitamin C in the morning and the retinol at night.

What does Vitamin C serum do?
Vitamin C is used primarily to brighten the skin and increase collagen. This makes it a great choice for acne and anti-aging. As it is an antioxidant, it also helps offset the effects of day-to-day pollution on the skin. This makes it a fantastic choice to apply in the morning.

Which fruit has the most Vitamin C?
Melons, citrus fruits, tropical fruits like papaya and pineapple, and berries have the most vitamin C of all fruits. Don’t forget that many vegetables, including broccoli, have very high concentrations of Vitamin C too. Tomato is also a great source of vitamin C (and technically a fruit, too)!

What is Vitamin D?
Vitamin D is a group of proto-hormones, not a vitamin, but the name stems from before we had scientifically established that. It’s sometimes called the ‘sunshine vitamin’, and is made in the skin in response to sunlight. It plays a critical role in many body functions.

What does Vitamin D do?
Vitamin D does many things for the body. It regulates calcium and phosphate. It’s essential for strong bones and teeth. It’s also a key part of the immune system, and can also have an effect on the brain and nerves, as well as fight depression.

What is Vitamin D good for?
Vitamin D is an essential part of many body processes. You cannot convert calcium to strong bones and teeth without it. It helps regulate mood, and has an impact on hormone production in the body. It also keeps the immune system strong. It also helps keep connective tissue strong.

How much Vitamin D should I take?
The recommended RDA for Vitamin D is currently 400 IU-800 IU. However, recent scientific research suggests this may be a little low for true wellbeing, and some experts now advise 1000 IU-4000 IU as a good benchmark for general health. You should not go higher than 4000 IU without doctor supervision.

What foods have Vitamin D?
Vitamin D is difficult to get from food. However, we synthesize it from the sun within the body. However, egg yolks, cod liver oil and oily fish, and organ meats can provide Vitamin D in the diet. Some foods (commonly dairy) are also reinforced with Vitamin D.

What causes low Vitamin D?
Low Vitamin D is mostly caused by modern urban lifestyles that see us spend a lot of time indoors. It can be extremely wise to get Vitamin D from supplementation, however, as excess sun exposure leaves you at risk of skin cancer. Dark skins, in particular, are susceptible to deficiency.

Why is Vitamin D important?
Vitamin D is critically important in the body. It is used to correctly strengthen bones and teeth with calcium, and is used in hormone synthesis and some nerve tissue. It’s also a key part of the immune system. Vitamin D deficiency has also been linked to mood disorders.

What is Vitamin E?
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and antioxidant. It plays a crucial role in many organs, as well as in removing harmful free radicals from the body. It has a role to play in maintaining skin health and avoiding wrinkles, too. It may assist with bleeding conditions, memory, and menstrual cycle issues.

What does Vitamin E do?
Vitamin E plays a key role in health. It is an antioxidant, and scavenges free radicals that can destroy tissue and damage organs. It helps keep skin supple. It’s also a factor in blood clotting and higher levels of Vitamin E show some promise for menstrual disorders and memory issues.

What foods have Vitamin E?
Vitamin E is found in the oils of many seeds and nuts, including sunflowers, almonds, and hazelnuts. It’s also found in vegetable oils, especially wheatgerm oil and sunflower seed oil. There’s a small amount in many green, leafy vegetables, too. Lastly, it’s in some fortified cereal products.

How much Vitamin E should I take?
It’s important not to overdose Vitamin E. It’s a fat-soluble vitamin, and so is stored in the body and can build up to toxic levels if you aren’t careful. The current RDA for Vitamin E is 15mg/ 22 IU, and doses in excess of 400 IU should not be consumed daily.

When is the best time to take Vitamin E?
Vitamin E can be taken at any time of the day, as it won’t affect sleep. However, you should always take it with a meal, or at least with something that contains some fat. This is because it is a fat-soluble vitamin, and this will enhance absorption.

Which vitamins are water soluble?
Water-soluble vitamins are those which are excreted from the body in urine. This means it’s important to take in an adequate daily amount. Key water-soluble vitamins include Vitamin C and the Vitamin B family. These are often called ‘essential’ vitamins, as the body can’t store or make them, and must take them in from diet.

What are water soluble vitamins?
Water-soluble vitamins include Vitamin C and the Vitamin B complex vitamins. These vitamins are not stored in the body. Excess is instead excreted as urine. This means you need a sufficient daily intake from food or supplementation to ensure you get enough of them to stay healthy.

What vitamins should I take daily?
A good multivitamin is the only vitamin you should take daily unless you know you have a deficiency. Look for one that contains close to the daily RDA. Important vitamins in the formula are Vitamin C, D, and E, the B Vitamin family. Calcium and Magnesium with Zinc can also be useful.

What vitamins do I need daily?
We need an adequate intake of all essential vitamins every day. This is because they aren’t made in the body, and may not be stored either, so daily intake is necessary for good health. Vitamins C and the Vitamin B family are among the most important, closely followed by Vitamin D.

What vitamins are good for memory?
Certain vitamins are good for memory, including the entire B family. B6 and 9, and B12, are especially important, and B12 supplementation has helped older adults stay sharp and even eased some aspects of dementia. Omega 3 fatty acids may also help memory. Vitamin D has some studies that show benefits for memory and mood.

What vitamins are in blueberries?
Blueberries are packed with Vitamin C, Vitamin K1, and manganese as well as fiber. They also contain anthocyanins and other antioxidants that help promote health and well being. They even contain trace elements of iron, phosphorus, and zinc, which are also critical to good health.

What vitamins do oranges have?
Oranges are best known for Vitamin C and soluble fiber. They are also rich in some of the B vitamins, namely thiamine and folate, alongside potassium. They typically contain trace amounts of calcium for healthy bones. It’s also a good fruit source of Vitamin A.

What vitamins should women take daily?
Women need to ensure they meet their RDA on Vitamin C, D, and E daily. They should also invest in a high-quality Vitamin B supplement. Calcium, zinc, and iron are especially important for women too. Calcium is particularly important for women over 50, who may not need as much iron as younger women.

What vitamins do apples have?
Apples are a surprisingly vitamin-dense fruit. They contain trace amounts of most of the vitamins we need daily. They are particularly noteworthy for Vitamin C and K, as well as B1, B2, and B6. They also contain potassium and fiber to promote well-being, so grab an apple a day for good health.

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What is your return policy?
We’re confident you’ll love our patches, but if you’re unsatisfied in any way please email Returns@ThePatchBrand.com. We’ll gladly accept returns within 30 days of purchase, excluding shipping.

How come some products aren't available on the website?
Some countries have restrictions on the ingredients in our patches. We've done our best to keep the shopping experience as seamless as possible, and that's why you may not see all the types of patches we offer available for purchase online.


Do you ship internationally?
Yes! We offer shipping globally! Free Shipping is offered on orders of $100 USD or more!

How Do I Cancel Subscribe and Save?
Please email returns@thepatchbrand.com for quick and easy cancellation!

Does the Money Back Guarantee apply to recurring orders?
If there is an issue with the patches, we will do everything we can to make sure that gets sorted out. However, once the recurring order is sent out, we are unable to offer refunds.

If I don't want any more patches, when do I have to cancel my subscription?
As long as you cancel before the recurring order is shipped out, you won't be charged for a recurring order!

Why don’t we have B12?
Our skin allows ingredients under 500 Daltons to be absorbed into the skin and into the bloodstream. B12 weighs 1355 Daltons which means our skin cannot absorb the molecule and there will be no effect. That is why you will never find B12 in our patches, it simply will not work.

How do I use the Energy Patch?
Place one patch on a relatively hair-free part of the body (we like the inner wrist!). After 24 hours, remove and replace with a new patch in a slightly different position, allowing the skin to breathe. If there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

When should I use the Energy Patch?
We recommend applying an Energy Patch daily to help battle fatigue or even a little extra boost.

How long will the Energy Patch last?
Our Energy Patch is designed to sustain benefits for up to 24 hours.

Is it safe to use every day?
Absolutely! Our Energy Patch is made with the purest form of vitamins and was crafted with botanical blends used by herbalists for years.

Can I use more than one Energy Patch at a time?
While we know our pure vitamin patches will provide the desired effect, there’s no harm in using an extra Energy Patch to supercharge your day.

Can I combine the Energy Patch with other patches?
You can mix and match patches to blend their effects and support your body’s unique daily needs. We do not recommend combining Energy and Sleep patches.

How do I use the Sleep Patch?
Place one patch on a relatively hair-free part of the body (we like the inner wrist!) about 1-2 hours before bed. Remove the patch in the morning and repeat nightly. If there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

When should I use the Sleep Patch?
Simply apply the Sleep Patch about 1-2 hours before bed. Remove the patch in the morning and repeat nightly.

How long will the Sleep Patch last?
The Sleep Patch is designed to release a thoughtful blend of nutrients throughout the night. Just remove it in the morning to end its effects and take on the day.

Is it safe to use every night?
Absolutely! Our Sleep Patch is made with the purest form of vitamins and was crafted with botanical blends used by herbalists for years.

Can I use more than one Sleep Patch at a time?
While we know our pure vitamin patches will provide the desired effect, there’s no harm in using an extra Sleep Patch to achieve your ultimate REM.

Can I combine the Sleep Patch with other patches?
You can mix and match patches to blend their effects and support your body’s unique daily needs. We do not recommend combining Sleep and Energy patches.

How do I use the Immunity Patch?
Place one patch on a relatively hair-free part of the body (we like the inner wrist!). After 24 hours, remove and replace with a new patch in a slightly different position, allowing the skin to breathe. If there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

When should I use the Immunity Patch?
We recommend applying a Daily Patch daily to help boost immunity and prevent sickness or even at the onset of a cold.

How long will the Daily Patch last?
Our Daily Patch is designed to sustain benefits for up to 24 hours.

Is it safe to use every day?
Absolutely! Our Daily Patches are made with the purest form of vitamins and was crafted with botanical blends used by herbalists for years.

Can I use more than one Daily Patch at a time?
While we know our pure vitamin patches will provide the desired effect, there’s no harm in using an extra Daily Patch to strengthen your body’s defenses even further.

Can I combine the Daily Patch with other patches?
You can mix and match patches to blend their effects and support your body’s unique daily needs.

How do I use the Focus Patch?
Place one patch on a relatively hair-free part of the body (we like the inner wrist!). After 24 hours, remove and replace with a new patch in a slightly different position, allowing the skin to breathe. If there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

When should I use the Focus Patch?
We recommend applying a Focus Patch daily to help improve your focus and elevate your productivity.

How long will the Focus Patch last?
Our Focus Patch is designed to sustain benefits for up to 24 hours.

Is it safe to use every day?
Absolutely! Our Focus Patch is made with the purest form of vitamins and was crafted with botanical blends used by herbalists for years.

Can I use more than one Focus Patch at a time?
While we know our pure vitamin patches will provide the desired effect, there’s no harm in using an extra Focus Patch to fast track your productivity.

Can I combine the Focus Patch with other patches?
You can mix and match patches to blend their effects and support your body’s unique daily needs. We do not recommend combining Focus and Sleep patches.

How do I use the Stress Relief Patch?
Place one patch on a relatively hair-free part of the body (we like the inner wrist!). After 24 hours, remove and replace with a new patch in a slightly different position, allowing the skin to breathe. If there is any adhesive residue left on the skin after use, wash off with warm, soapy water.

When should I use the Calm Patch?
We recommend applying a Calm Patch daily to help your mind and body relax and proactively fend off life’s daily stressors.

How long will the Calm Patch last?
Our Calm Patch is designed to sustain benefits for up to 24 hours.

Is it safe to use every day?

Absolutely! Our Calm Patch is made with the purest form of vitamins and was crafted with botanical blends used by herbalists for years.

Can I use more than one Calm Patch at a time?
While we know our pure vitamin patches will provide the desired effect, there’s no harm in using an extra Calm Patch for some added chill.

Can I combine the Calm Patch with other patches?
You can mix and match patches to blend their effects and support your body’s unique daily needs.