Tonight, Shark Tank returns with its Season 15 premiere. The sharks have four new products to learn about and will decide to invest or pass on them. One of these new products is a medical product for wound care. These are called Worthy Brands Medical Patches.
Here is what you need to know about Worthy Brands Medical Patches on Shark Tank and where you can buy them.
What are Worthy Brands Medical Patches on Shark Tank?
Paige Brattin is the CEO and founder of Worthy Brands Medical Patches and this is not the first product that she created. She also launched a maternity boutique in Hawaii that she eventually sold in 2008 when she put her focus on her family. However, she soon learned that her new baby daughter had refractive amblyopia, a treatable vision impairment that forced her to wear an eyepatch for several hours every day.
Brattin was not happy with the options she could buy and decided she wanted to find a better design that was not as uncomfortable. She then created the See Worthy Patches, which were eye patches that were breathable, comfortable, and designed to be more appealing, especially for kids who had to wear them. Soon, Brattin’s dad was diagnosed with lymphoma and he had to have a chemo port. Brattin then created Port Worthy Patches to ease the discomfort of wearing these.
Now, Worthy Brands Medical Patches has different patches for vision treatment and chemo port care on Shark Tank. They have a patented adhesive technology which is both better for breathability and easier to remove without pain at the end of the day. They also have fun and unique designs so kids might feel better about wearing them. The chemo port patches are also gentle on the skin and have less irritation than similar products.
Where to buy Worthy Brands Medical Patches from Shark Tank
Anyone who sees Worthy Brands Medical Patches on Shark Tank and wants to try it for themselves can find more information on the company website at worthybrands.com. Once on the site, a person can just click on “Shop Eye Patches” or “Show Port Patches.”
Animal Eyes Patches run $27.50 for 48 patches in several designs. There are also Travel Eye Patches (which have vacation fun) and Bugs Eye Patches (which have cute little critters). Other options include Snacks, Pop Art, Foodie, Tropical, and many more. The port patches are also $27.50 for a box of 48 patches, which is considered a one-month supply. There are also bandages in fun designs for $6.99 for a package of 24 bandages.
Shark Tank Season 15 returns on Sept. 29 to ABC at 8/7c.
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