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Sunday, July 21, 2024

LANCASHIRE BUSINESSMEN LAUNCH ALL-NATURAL VITAMIN PATCHES COMPANY

Three Lancashire businessmen have joined forces to launch a national vitamin patch company specialising in improving health and wellbeing.

Its focus is on promoting energy levels and tackling ailments such as anxiety and depression, swollen joints and poor sleep patterns.

TheVitCo (thevitco.com), based at Riversway Business Village, Preston, supplies innovative vitamin and supplement formulas without prescription, through its VitPatch range, as well as VitOil and VitCream ranges.

The business is the brainchild of Jack Taylor, a director at Preston-based OVI Homes, a specialist in off-site modular homes; Simon Malcolm, a director at Haydock-based packaging specialists Enviropax and OVI Homes; and Peter Love, who has a background in finance and property development, and who launched the successful Ohana Patches vitamin and wellness brand in the UK in 2018.

Taylor also specialises in growing start-up businesses and brought the trio together to develop a UK -based business with the vision of creating jobs here rather than the United States.
As part of the new business launch, Ohana Patches will be rebranded and aligned under the new brand TheVitCo.

Taylor said the decision to launch the business, which also supplies a range of premium CBD oils and creams, was taken because they recognised there was a definite need for an alternative delivery method for vitamins and nutrients.
TheVitCo Patch range is clinically proven and is designed with slow-release technology, allowing a steady flow of the ingredients to pass into the body via the skin directly into the bloodstream, therefore avoiding the digestive system.
Taylor said: “Now more than ever in the wake of Covid-19 are we all more aware of the necessity to be in the best possible physical and mental condition.

“Our products are produced using the very best ingredients and cutting-edge technologies.

“Our patches can help boost focus and fitness for sportsmen and women and aid concentration for academics when used in conjunction with a fully balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

“We are seeing great results already and our customers are loving the benefits and coming back for more.”
Malcolm added: “We aim to inspire healthier communities by delivering vitamins and nutrients more conveniently and efficiently.

“We are redefining the traditional delivery system, promoting healing performance and overall wellness. The patches are created to support the lifestyle of busy people.”
Love said: “The vitamins are absorbed through the skin and straight into the bloodstream via the blood vessels which is a much quicker, cleaner and more efficient way of delivery to the body.

“A unique medical adhesive ensures that the patch stays on throughout the day/night comfortably with minimal to no irritation. It is scientifically formulated so the vitamins are slowly released into the body, giving a steady flow throughout the day.”

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