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If you wash
your hands ...

You need a
shielding lotion.

Water repellent for upto 4 hours.

Gloves In A Bottle is clinically proven to work with your sanitizer, to keep your hands moisturized + protected.

It is clinically proven, that Gloves In A Bottle Shielding Lotion when applied to clean dry hands, does not inhibit the activity of sanitizer products.

In a clinical study with 20 people, Gloves In A Bottle was applied over hands thoroughly after sanitizer used. The results showed that sanitizer action was still in tact.

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Doctors highly recommend the use of
Gloves In A Bottle as an added defense after hand-washing and sanitizing.

Dr. Peter Helton Dermatologist

They help to reverse the damage of over-sanitizing, and keep your hands healthy. This product is designed to enhance your skin’s natural defense by creating an invisible shield, like a second skin.

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Dr. Peter Helton,
Board Certified Dermatologist

Dr. Lisa Benest Dermatologist

We recommend Gloves In A Bottle® dry skin treatment to our patients and we have typically seen them ask for refills. Often our best indicator that the lotion worked effectively is the fact that they did not come back to the office for another visit – the condition cleared right up.

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Dr. Lisa Benest,
Board Certified Dermatologist

hand lotion for eczema before and after

Natalie's Hand Eczema

About a year and half ago, I started getting extremely dry skin on my palms. I went to the doctor, tried over the counter ointments, changed all of my soaps, and unfortunately it only got worse. It was to the point that almost my entire palm on both hands was covered in dry, flaky skin or blisters. You can imagine my misery.

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hand lotion for psoriasis

Fiona's Hand Psoriasis

In the summer this year my hands were extremely sore as you see from the 1st picture taken on 20th August.

I was finding it painful to drive and do simple things like washing the dishes until I found Gloves In A Bottle doing some google research.

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  • Has Gloves In A Bottle been clinically tested?

    Gloves In A Bottle has been clinically tested and proven to be hypoallergenic and every ingredient is on FDA's most safe list. Through a series of clinical studies conducted by independent laboratories and hospitals, it has been shown to be so safe that is approved for all staff use in hospitals, even in operating rooms.

  • Is Gloves In A Bottle Safe?

    Gloves In A Bottle is absolutely 100% free from all parabens, phthalates, triclosan, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) / sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), formaldehyde, toluene, propylene glycol, salicylates, gluten, latex, dairy, wheat, soy, peas, corn, animal products, animal testing, added fragrance, colorants, peanuts, and all other nuts.

    Gloves In A Bottle is vegan, dermatology tested and prescribed, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic (will not clog pores), cruelty free, and every ingredient is on the FDA’s most safe list.

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