Glove Irritation

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Glove Irritation can sometimes come about because many professions call for the use of gloves to protect the skin, and although they give a certain amount of protection, prolonged glove irritation can often bring about new skin complaints such as dry cracked skin and dermatitis.

Glove irritation from prolonged use of latex or powdered gloves is caused as the gloves themselves attack and irritate the skin of the wearer causing dry skin. Derma Guard moisturises and protects the skin from the irritations that can occur after prolonged glove usage. Users often report how Derma Guard makes gloves more comfortable to wear by reducing excess sweating. This all ensures that users wear gloves when needed and that the gloves are replaced far less frequently cutting down on the likelihood of glove irritation.

How Derma Guard can help solve glove irritation.

Users often report how Derma Guard alleviates the effects of constant rubbing of glove against skin. The microscopic protective shield lets the skin breath and stops excessive perspiration, keeping the skin healthy and free of glove irritation.

Derma Guard is not a traditional barrier cream in that it is dispensed as a non-greasy mousse. This means that you won’t be working with greasy hands that become slimy when wet and “squidgy” inside gloves.

Derma Guard moisturises and protects the skin from dry cracked skin and glove irritation that can occur after prolonged glove usage. This all ensures that users wear gloves when needed and that the gloves are replaced far less frequently.

Because Derma Guard only disappears through sublimation of dead skin cells, one application will last four hours despite repeated washing. You don’t lose your sense of touch and there is no need to re-apply every time the skin gets wet.


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