Baby and You


Natural bamboo bandage

Multiple award-winning PATCH Bamboo Strip Bandages is getting major attention from the European market for its amazing hypoallergenic, zero waste packaging and compostable solution that aims to fix a major market problem! The new to market product is selling out across Europe.



When father-of-two and PATCH founder, James Dutton discovered his son had an adverse reaction to an adhesive bandage, he quickly realized that there was a growing gap in the market and his son was not alone. 1 in 4 people cannot wear normal plasters due to reactions and skin sensitivities.



PATCH is an advanced new range of natural adhesive plasters designed to support wound recovery with 100% natural bamboo fibre and mineral based Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA). The range features four products, PATCH NATURAL, PATCH COCONUT OIL KIDS, PATCH ALOE VERA and PATCH ACTIVATED CHARCOAL, enriched with aloe vera, coconut oil, activated charcoal and pure bamboo gauze. All ingredients are historically proven to soothe symptoms and help assist the natural wound recovery from minor cuts, grazes, abrasions and bites.



PATCH strips are also 100% compostable and have been independently tested and fully compost into the soil in a matter of weeks. The product is made sustainably from bamboo and manufactured close to the source where the bamboo is grown to minimize environmental impact.




“What began as a need for my son, has now turned into a worldwide venture. PATCH has shaken up the global wound care market and It is fantastic to see such expansion” James Dutton, Founder.

Available to buy at most Superdrug and Holland and Barret stores nationwide and at

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