TheVitCo sees sales increase as lockdown ends
Preston-based health supplements company TheVitCo has seen a 120 per cent increase in sales as the UK population returns to school, the workplace and social events.
The company said that sales were particularly high when it came to patches which help to tackle complaints such as anxiety, depression, tiredness, and poor sleeping patterns.
There has also been a large rise in copper patches to tackle pain relief and niggles, which the firm attributes to he return to playing business-social sports such as golf, and team sports at the weekend.
Jack Taylor, director of TheVitCo, said: “There is no doubt that after a lengthy period of time when Covid forced people to work from home, things are getting back to normal and more and more people are going back into the office.
“That brings with it the stress of the commute and extra all-round anxiety associated with doing something people are no longer used to.
“When you add that to the stress of the children being back at school, then many people are looking for that extra help when it comes to maintaining their general health and wellbeing.
“Then we have those people who are starting to play sports again, particularly golf, with business colleagues or socially and who are picking up niggles or need pain relief after so long off the course.”
TheVitCo was launched earlier this year to meet demand for an alternative and more effective delivery method for vitamins and nutrients than traditional pills, powders, and shakes.
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.
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