I am a floral designer with 22 years in the floral industry. Like all designers, we love the Christmas season with all the wonderful smells of evergreen and pines used in design, but HATE the results of their pitch on our hands.
This year before traveling to work in a friends shop for the season I looked for a product like yours and found it (Gloves In A Bottle) at Home Depot. All three designers used it as directed (re-applying every 4 hours) and were all amazed and thrilled at the results. We usually live with black pitch on our hands that will not come off for the whole month of December. Going out to dinner usually means keeping your hands under the table.
This product is something the floral industry should very much be hearing about. There are several Florist magazines... There are also trade and design shows as well as Gift shows both in San Francisco and Los Angeles (such as the Flower Mart in LA) that I think would be interested in carrying your product. Thanks for the first clean hand Christmas ever!
I work at a flower shop and just bought your product and use it. It worked so well with me I told anyone else in the flower shop and they use it and loved it, they all said how it makes their hands feel so good. We all thank you for a wonderful product!
Expressions by Judy
People who work with their hands - plumbers, auto mechanics, gardeners - will appreciate Gloves In A Bottle. This stuff actually works! For gardeners, those cracks around the thumb are gone. And I've found using it on my forearms gives almost complete protection against dermatitis that used to result from working in juniper bushes. Washing up is quicker, easier and more effective, even after doing greasy jobs such as engine work. Not to wax too enthusiastic, but I've rarely found a product that delivers more than it promises.
This is the first summer I have had smooth "garden hands". This product is wonderful and I use it every day. My fingernails no longer dry out and break or split. I really enjoy using your product. Also, your prompt delivery and friendly service are greatly appreciated!
Nancy R. Dunn
I personally started using Gloves In A Bottle about 4-5 years ago. It was after our company was having problems with the employees breaking out with a rash on their hands and arms. It seems the rubber bands we were using (made in Sri Lanka) were the culprit. After using several skin protectors we chanced upon Gloves In A Bottle and bingo no more rashes . It really protected the contact of the rubber from their skin.
After years of gardening my hands felt like leather and were with our mucky black soil. I started using Gloves In A Bottle after the company's success and after about a week I noticed my hands were looking very different. They were looking so good, I started having manicures for the first time in my life. I actually started wearing polish and was not ashamed of my hands.
Today I use Gloves In A Bottle on my hands, arms, legs and feet (I am a bare-footer). My feet are not stained like they use to be. I don't know if it was the Gloves In A Bottle, but I was single when I started using it and I am now married to a man a bit younger than me. Makes you wonder!
Grand Island, Florida
* Gloves In A Bottle, Inc. makes no claims that its product could be used in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of eczema, psoriasis, skin allergies, dermatitis, or any other disease; or is intended to affect the structure or any function of the body.
Gloves In A Bottle is not intended to protect against any chemicals or irritants other than dirt and grime. Always follow manufacturer's safety directions when handling any harmful substance. Gloves In A Bottle is not a substitute for required safety protection, including gloves.
If you do not or can not wear gloves or if glove use causes irritation, it is far better to wear Gloves In A Bottle than nothing at all. When glove use is strictly required, of course you must wear gloves but Gloves In A Bottle may provide some secondary and/or temporary line of defense in cases such of glove breakage or when irritants might splash into gloves.
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