Entrepreneurs launch vitamin patch company

Three Lancashire entrepreneurs have launched a vitamin patch company promising health and wellbeing benefits to users.

TheVitCo is based at Riversway Business Village in Preston and supplies vitamin and supplement formulas without prescription, through its VitPatch range, as well as VitOil and VitCream ranges.

The business has been created by Jack Taylor, a director at Preston-based OVI 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.

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 a 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.

Jack Taylor said: "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."

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