V4K adhesive eye patches – cheap adhesive eye patches in many colours
We have an array of eye patches in colours to suit all tastes, so children can choose their favourite colours. They are skin-safe and hypoallergenic, and as a result are suitable for children with sensitive skin. The material is breathable with a nose slit cut into the eye patch to ensure optimal comfort. They are available in two sizes.
We offer a large selection of adhesive eye patches for children. You can see our entire selection by looking under the category ‘All adhesives eye patches’. Take a look at the category ‘Motivational products’ and gain inspiration for how to make your day-to-day life with an eye patch easier. For example, you could try one of our smart reward posters, which can encourage your child to wear their eye patch.
QUESTIONS ABOUT V4K ADHESIVE EYE PATCHES
Yes. The eye patches are latex-free and hypoallergenic, which makes them skin-friendly. As a result, skin irritation and allergic reactions are rare.
They also carry the CE-mark, which is an indication that the product complies with all legal requirements for CE-marking regarding resale within the EU.
V4K Adhesive Eye patches are packed into small packets containing 10 eye patches each. This allows you to mix the eye patches yourself, so you get exactly the colours your child wants. If you buy, for example, 50 adhesive eye patches, you have to also choose which colours the five packets should be.
We know that it can be difficult to get a child to actively engage with their vision therapy treatment. Therefore, we have made some wonderful motivational posters that have been specifically designed for that purpose. They are made for V4K adhesive eye patches, so at the end of the day the child can put their used eye patches onto the poster. After having done this for a set period of time, and after having agreed with their parents, a reward can be won for filling the poster up with 50 eye patches See our selection of posters on the page: 'Motivational products'.
You may also like to take a look at our ‘Tips for motivating your child’ to engage in their vision therapy exercises.
No. The colour ’rosa' is best described as a darker shade of pink.