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The Good PatchCycle Plant Patch
Conscious Beauty at Ulta Beauty™
The Good Patch Cycle Plant Patch. A wearable wellness patch for that time of the month. Infused with Menthol (5%) and Black Cohosh. This patch offers targeted temporary relief of minor aches and pains associated with that time of the month. Made with 4-way stretch, water-resistant fabric technology.
- Go with the flow all day long with their Cycle patch
- Wearable Wellness Patches with sustained release of ingredients up to 8-12 hours
- Each unit contains four patches in a resealable pouch
- Vegan, made without latex, paraben free, dermatologically tested, and made in the USA with global ingredients
- EASY TO USE: Simply peel, stick on your abdomen, and feel the relief.
- ALL DAY WELLNESS: Sustained release of ingredients up to 8-12 hours.
- YOU'RE IN CONTROL: On when you need it, off when you don't. With patches, you're in control of your wellness!
- CONVENIENT: Perfect for life on-the-go.
- RESPONSIBLY MADE: Vegan, made without latex, paraben free, dermatologically tested, and made in the USA with global ingredients
- Menthol, a cooling compound, best known to support pain relief
- Black Cohosh, a woodland herb supporting feminine wellness
How To Use
Peel and place one patch on affected area like abdomen or lower back. Patch may be worn up to 8 hours. All done? Simply peel the patch off and discard. Use no more than 3-4 times daily. For ages 12+.
They designed their adhesive to stay put for up to 8 hours. Avoid use if you have sensitive skin or know you are sensitive to adhesive-containing products. Like other adhesive products, you can ease removal by taking off during a shower or bath, pulling off quickly, pulling off parallel to your body (as opposed to up and away), and trimming hairy spots prior to use.
Active Ingredients: Menthol (5%). Inactive Ingredients: 2-Propenoic Acid, 2-Methyl-, Methyl Ester, Polymer With Ethenyl Acetate And 2-Ethylhexyl 2-Propenoate, Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga Racemosa).