Travel sickness will stop you from enjoying your trip with its uncomfortable symptoms, like nausea and vomiting. But, you should not let it stop you from reaching your dream destination.

Anti-travel sickness medicines, such as Scopoderm will help alleviate the discomfort and symptoms of travel sickness. It comes in an easy-to-apply transdermal patch that will help block confusing messages from your balancing organ to your brain, which results in the prevention of nausea, vomiting, or loss of balance while on your journey. 

  • Effectively relieves motion or travel sickness
  • Contains hyoscine or scopolamine
  • Easy-to-apply patches
  • Authentic medication
  • Sourced in the UK


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Scopoderm? 

Hyoscine also called scopolamine, belongs to the anti-emetics or anti-sickness group of medicines. It is the active ingredient of Scopoderm, which is used to prevent the symptoms of motion or travel sickness, including nausea, vomiting, and vertigo, or loss of balance.

What do Hyoscine patches do to the body? 

The active ingredient, hyoscine, blocks a chemical found in parts of your brain and the nervous system called acetylcholine, which results in the reduction of saliva production and secretions in the lungs. It also relaxes the wave-like muscle contractions in the stomach’s walls.  

However, there is no clear evidence that points out how this substance can prevent travel sickness. Experts believe that it intercepts messages from the part of your inner ear that controls balance to the part of the brain that controls nausea and vomiting.

Benefits of using Scopoderm

The main benefit of using Scopoderm is the relief from travel sickness symptoms, which include dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting, and loss of balance. You can enjoy the sceneries whether you’re travelling by plane, car, train, bus or boat if you use this medication. Plus, it is easy to use since it comes it a medicated patch form.

How to use Scopoderm Patches? 

You should use these patches exactly as instructed by your doctor or pharmacies, or as recommended in the patient information leaflet.

Before applying the patches, it is essential to wash your hands and clean and dry your chosen application site. Select a hair-free area, specifically behind the ear, when applying the patch. It is an easy-to-use patch; start by removing the patch from the sachet and peel off the adhesive’s protective covering. After that, apply the patch, the sticky side facing the skin, for a couple of seconds. 

After application, wash your hands and avoid touching the patch afterward. Once you reach your destination and complete your journey, you can remove the patch and dispose of it in a proper disposal areal. Wash your hands and the area where the patch was applied afterward.

You can use each patch up to three (3) days after application; however, if you are travelling for a longer period, replace the patch every three (3) days. Also, the patches were made to withstand daily activities, like bathing and swimming; ensure that the patch was securely applied. However, it is still best to not stay in the water for too long.

Scopoderm dosage 

As mentioned, you should follow the application instruction as advised by your doctor or pharmacist or refer to the recommended dosage in the enclosed patient information leaflet. 

Each patch contains 1.5mg of its active ingredient, hyoscine. One patch should use applied about five (5) to six (6) hours before the journey or the night before. Each patch can be used up to three (3) days at a time. It is recommended to apply the patch behind the ear since the area is mostly hair-free.

Children aged ten (10) years and above can use the patches following the adult dosage. Children younger than the said age must not use this product. On the other hand, the elderly must consult their doctor before using the patches. 

If you forget to apply the patch on the recommended time frame before the trip, do so right away even while on the road. You may feel restless, overexcited, and confused when you use more than one patch at a time. A higher overdose may result in becoming disorientated, hallucinate, or have fits. Remove the patches immediately and contact your doctor if symptoms of overdose persist.

Want To Know More About Scopoderm?

These patches contain medicine; thus, you should consult your doctor or pharmacist if this medication is suitable for you, especially if you suffer from existing medical conditions. 

If you have or have had any of the following, you should not use Scopoderm:

  • Glaucoma (pressure behind the eye)
  • Allergic to hyoscine or any of Scopoderm’s ingredients

It would be best if you also inform your doctor about the following conditions before using this product:

  • Pyloric stenosis 
  • Urination problems due to  a bladder obstruction
  • Intestine blockage
  • An elderly patient
  • Metabolic, liver, or kidney disease
  • Epilepsy
  • Pain in the eyes, blurry vision, or seeing rainbow-coloured halos around light

Other medicines may also affect or be affected by the ingredients of Scopoderm. Take caution if you are taking any of the following medicine and inform your doctor ahead of time.

  • Alcohol
  • Other drugs specifically for the brain
  • Antiallergic medicines
  • Antidepressants
  • Antiparkinsons and antivirals
  • Antiarrhythmics
  • Medicines for travel sickness

Moreover, proper care should be applied upon removal of the patches as side effects may continue up to 24 hours or longer. You should remove the patch before undergoing a medical scan; a layer of the patch contains aluminium. Also, you should not cut the patch and dispose of it carefully in a proper disposal area. You should not apply more than one patch at a time as it can result in overdose with adverse effects.

Using hyoscine or scopolamine UK patches, such as Scopederm is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor. Lastly, these patches may affect your vision and make you feel drowsy, confused, or dizzy. If you experience any of these, avoid driving or operating vehicles or machinery.

These travel sickness patches contain medicine and may bring side effects like other drugs. If you experience any of the following, inform your doctor right away.

  • Dryness of the mouth
  • Drowsiness, dizziness
  • Frequently blurring of (near) vision and enlargement of the
  • pupils (can only be in one eye)
  • Loss of ability to focus on close or far objects (visual accommodation)
  • Irritation of the eyelids
  • Skin irritation
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Impairment of memory or concentration, restlessness, disorientation, confusion, or hallucinations
  • Skin rash

If you experience any of these any of the following allergic reactions, remove and stop using the patches and seek medical help immediately:

  • Difficulty in breathing or swallowing
  • Face, lips, tongue, or throat swelling
  • Severe itching of the skin, may come with a red rash or raised bumps

Always be cautious of any effect or reaction while using the patches. If you notice any changes in your body, contact your doctor right away for medical advice or alternatives.

These patches are available without a prescription, which means you can buy them over the counter at one of your nearest pharmacies. However, it is still best to consult your doctor before using these patches to ensure they will not affect your existing medical conditions or interact with your other medicines.

You can also buy them from an online pharmacy, such as True Medical.