How often do you feel itchy after putting on lotion? Does your skin becomes red or bumpy? Hate to break it to you but you might be allergic to the lotion you are putting on your skin. It is always hard to determine what you are allergic to since you wander throughout the day touching so many different objects, plants, metals and foods.
If your allergies go beyond the common rash, such as nut allergies, you must read the ingredients in your skincare. Watch out for the tree nut oils and extracts like almond extract and shea nut butter that can be included in lotions. Most of the time they do not cause a reaction but it is always to be better safe than sorry.
Gloves In A Bottle Shielding Lotion is safe and nut free. Gloves In A Bottle has been proven to help with allergy prone skin as well. Also, this shielding lotion is safe for children* and adults!
“I have suffered from skin allergies for years. I would get itchy hands, arms, and legs. Little bumps were everywhere and lotion just made it worse. I ordered Gloves in a Bottle, tried it on my sore, itchy skin, and within 2 weeks all signs of skin allergies were gone! I can't tell you what a difference this has made in my life. I'm not woken up in the middle of the night with itchy skin. I don't have ugly red splotches on my skin. I am at peace with my body at last! This is an amazing product. If you suffer from skin allergies I would give it a try. I am not a person to write reviews, but I wanted to share my experience with other people who suffer from skin conditions like I have. I want you to be at peace with your body too! Thank you Gloves in a Bottle! - Ash
* Gloves In A Bottle has been clinically tested and proven to be hypoallergenic and every ingredient is on FDA's most safe list, so, per FDA’s guidelines, it is safe for everyone over 6 months old.
Regarding use on infants (6 months and under), as with all skin care products, the FDA requires special testing to be conducted by a pediatrician on infants. We have not had this testing done, therefore, for use on infants less than 6 months old you should definitely first consult with your doctor.