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Have you ever wanted to see Gloves In A Bottle® in action? Well, do we have a treat for you! This morning Gloves In A Bottle® was featured on famous United Kingdom talk show This Morning. This Morning is a news station that covers the latest trends, recipes, health tips, and so much more. We are very fortunate that Dr.Gadget decided to feature us, and we hope that you enjoy it too! Tune in as he discusses how much Gloves In A Bottle® Shielding Lotion™ to apply to your skin, common fields that benefit from Gloves In A Bottle®, and even a testimonial of someone who was able to defeat her nickel allergy.
Thank you for your continued support, until next time, shield on!
Check out this feature on Gloves In A Bottle on ITV's This Morning programme !Posted by Gloves in a Bottle - UK on Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Check out this feature on Gloves In A Bottle on ITV's This Morning programme !
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