Add To Your WishlistPlasters - Biodegradable, organic, natural and vegan

Add To Your WishlistPlasters - Biodegradable, organic, natural and vegan

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  • These natural bamboo plasters are part of our range of natural skin care. 

    They are made from organic, sustainably sourced materials that can be home composted. This makes them hypoallergenic and free from irritating chemicals as well as plastic, latex and parabens.

    These plasters are designed to easily adhease while still being made from biodegradable and eco-friendly materials, which are hypoallergenic using a pressure sensitive adhesive. This kind of hypoallergenic adhesive makes these plasters perfect for sensitive skins since common plasters can cause issues for people with sensitive skin - actually they can worsen the wounds. This is what the creator of Nutricare - the company who produce the plasters - discovered and set out to fix with these plasters.

    Instead of using harmful chemicals, natural minerals and nanotechnology are used to make a gentle and kind adhesive. These plasters are compostable in your home so you don’t need to throw them away and send them to landfill. Overall, they’re the perfect treatment for all those tricky little cuts and abrasions.


    • Biodegradable
    • 100% organic
    • Bamboo fibre
    • Sustainably sourced
    • Home compostable
    • No irritating chemicals
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Cruelty free
    • Vegan
    • Plastic, Silicone, Latex & Paraben free


    This pack contains 25 plasters


    Plaster dimensions - 85mm x 19mm, Gauze Length 12.4mm

    About ecoLiving

    ecoLiving is a distributor of high-quality sustainable products. They are committed to stopping microplastic from entering the oceans, and all their products are designed to combat waste and plastic pollution.

    ecoLiving is a member of 1% For The Planet, donating a portion of profits to protecting the oceans from plastic pollution. ecoLiving is also in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, planting native trees to help stop climate change and reduce extreme poverty.