These small patches contain a natural formula with enriched vitamins to aid in recovery that helps to minimise tiredness, nausea and headaches after a night out! No more headaches and nausea after a night out! No more pills to swallow – just stick and go!
Usually, after a fun night out, we all feel tired, lacking energy, and not able to work. If this is what you’re feeling, then a hangover patch is all you need. Alcohol is a diuretic, and drinking it means that you tend to pee a lot more than normal, thus flushing important nutrients such as the vitamin B complex.
Yet, using the Hangover Patch, your skin absorbs nutrients out of the patch, counteracting some of alcohol’s rather negative effects on your body. Unlike traditional energy drinks, the Hangover Patch doesn’t rely on stimulants or other chemicals to boost energy.
The patches release a steady stream of all-natural vitamins into the bloodstream, providing the body with the nutrients it needs to fight symptoms associated with the hangover and protect your body. Easy to use, they are much more convenient than taking multiple daily supplements. So, hangover patches are worth considering if you’re looking for a way to alleviate hangover symptoms.
The Hangover Patch is a great and natural alternative to energy supplements. The discreet, skin-friendly patch contains a special formula that allows a controlled release of natural vitamins and other active ingredients to be absorbed through your skin.
To use our patches, you have to stick the thin, hydrocolloid patch to a relatively hair-free area of your skin. For example, you can stick the patch to your arm, shoulder, lower back or thigh before you begin your day.
Over the course of 8-10 hours after applying a patch, your body’s natural heat activates the patch and causes it to release the active ingredients. It also features patch activation technology, where you can increase the soothing odours by gently rubbing the symbol on the patch.
Use one patch per day. Store in a cool, dry location.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, seek medical advice from a professional or your GP before use.
According to the NHS, the feeling of exhaustion is so common that it has its own acronym, TATT, which stands for “tired all the time”.