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The Last Call Hangover Prevention Topical Patch by PatchMD delivers key nutritional supplements that naturally help your body process alcohol and prevent hangovers. It addresses a host of physical issues that occur when you drink alcohol which leads to a hangover.
A unique balance of detoxifying herbs and essential vitamins and minerals replaces key elements that are depleted in the body after alcohol consumption to help restore the body to your natural state of well-being.
A single patch lasts for 24 hours, providing your body with consistent and reliable relief from the discomfort of a hangover. Simply apply the patch one hour before alcohol consumption, and you can enjoy yourself to the fullest without the resulting pain the following day.
The Last Call Hangover Prevention patch contains a unique balance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and herbs that naturally help your body process alcohol and help prevent hangovers. In addition, always drink at least 8 ounces of pure water before bedtime.*
Easy To Apply: Simply place the patch anywhere on your skin where it is dry, clean and hairless. The shoulder, the back, and the upper buttock are particularly good locations to ensure privacy. Continue to wear the patch for 8 hours. There is no additional benefit wearing the patch longer than 8 hours. Remove the used patch and apply a new one at the same time each day, placing it on different parts of your body in a revolving cycle. PatchMD patches can be worn during sleep. Avoid using any lotion or cream in the same area as it will inhibit absorption. Patch is not waterproof. It is ok to wear multiple PatchMD patches at a time.
ALL PatchMD PATCH ORDERS INCLUDE 30 PATCHES (30-DAY SUPPLY)
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to commonly asked questions about our PatchMD vitamin patches.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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