Is it just me, or do skin patches have a very sci-fi vibe? Like Dr. Who’s fix-it-all sonic screwdriver and the replicator from Star Trek that dispenses food, the skin patch seems like the kind of invention that could deliver images to our brains like a tiny transdermal TV or eliminate the need for trivial things like eating
But I’m getting ahead of myself. The Good Patch is the latest innovation in natural remedies to cure the aches that ail you. Hungover? Put a patch on. Can’t sleep? Slap a patch on your arm and call it a night. The real question is: do they work? I tried out three of Good Patch’s most popular offerings to see what all the hype is about.