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Extreme Weather Can Cause a Skin Care Disaster

Melissa Marsden

If you suffer from eczema, the cold winter months can be more of a nightmare than a winter wonderland. Cold winds, low humidity, and the use of heaters can worsen just about anyone’s skin but are especially hard on those with eczema. The real question is, what do medical professionals personally use in times of extreme weather? It’s one thing to buy highly advertised beauty care products but what really works?

Gloves In A Bottle is more than just a beauty product. Since it works with the body’s own defenses, it also addresses common dermatological health problems.

“My patients have reported very good experiences using the product. Some patients have had psoriasis and eczema. We have seen it clear up the redness, soreness and cracking.” — Rozalia Kovelman, Board Certified Dermatologist, West Hollywood, California

Over 9,000 doctors (dermatologists and general practitioners) recommend Gloves In A Bottle to their patients who suffer from dry, cracked skin. The real proof, however, is what the medical professional has to say about it personally:

“I am a nurse of 26 years and have used NUMEROUS products for my very sensitive dry skin and “Gloves In A Bottle” by far has helped my hands through the multiple washings, dry winter periods, cracked fingers and dry skin. It is simply the best product on the market.” — Trish Conroy, Registered Nurse

Gloves In A Bottle keeps the outer layer of skin functioning so well that it can breathe and perspire naturally. Because Gloves In A Bottle becomes part of the outer layer of skin itself, it doesn’t wash off like conventional lotions. It comes off naturally with exfoliating skin cells. For continued protection, just reapply every 4 to 12 hours.

“As a practicing Dermatologist for over 22 years, I have found this to be the most revolutionary product for softening rough hands that I have seen.” — Dr. David Horowitz

Gloves in a Bottle is a revolutionary dry skin treatment and can be found in the US and Canada at over 9,500 pharmacies and over 3,000 specialty shops. Purchase Gloves in a bottle through their website or call 1-800-600-1881 for more information.

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