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|The Vitamin B12 Patch developed by Vita Sciences is the only clinically tested, patent pending B12 Patch in existence. The B12 Patch was developed by leading scientists in transdermal technology. From time to time other products may purport to delivery similar benefits, however this technology is a complex science, and these products should not be relied upon.Apply a new B12 Patch to a clean and dry area of the skin behind the ear lobe on the neck. Firmly press adhesive side to skin and leave the patch in place for up to 24 hours. The recommended use of one patch (1000 mcg) per week is based upon the dosage of a weekly B12 shot (1000 mcg). You may apply more than one patch per week as there is no upper limit on B12. A month supply contains 4 patches. One patch is approximately the size of a dime.|