TO BETTER DAYS™ IS A NEW, innovative, non-medical way to reduce pain. Made in Britain and a first of it’s kind in the UK, the easy-to-use adhesive patches contain a patented combination of vitamin D (30,000IU) and dextrose (13mg). The vitamin D is the same type (cholecalciferol) your body naturally produces from exposure to the sun. Research suggests
80% of testers using the patch felt a reduction in pain within the first day of use.
REDUCING DISCOMFORT: During recent consumer testing*, 83 per cent of people said the patches helped reduce pain, of which 80 per cent felt a difference within the first day. Two thirds (63 per cent) noticed a difference within 30 minutes! The speed of results depends on many factors, including the underlying cause of pain, region and size of area affected. More than half (59 per cent) stated they felt the same or better than when taking other pain-relieving oral anti-inflammatory medicines such as paracetamol, aspirin or ibuprofen.
EASY TO USE: Free from gluten, lactose and latex, the patches are suitable for people who experience adverse effects from conventional medicines, those with dietary intolerances to lactose or those with IBS. As the patches are applied topically, they are also ideal for people who dislike swallowing tablets. Simply apply the patches onto clean, dry, unbroken skin at the source of discomfort. It is recommended you try the patches for at least a week to see whether they are suitable for you.
ToBetterDays™ comes in Small Joint (for fingers, wrists, ankles and knees – 15 in a pack ) for £17.99; Large Joint (for back, legs and shoulders) for £22.79, as well as a Trial Pack for £9.59, containing three large sized patches and six small ones.
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*Consumer trial study carried out among 29 pain sufferers over a course of a week in January 2020.