Parents + Teachers
Parenting and Babies
As a new parent and especially as a parent to toddlers, hand washing is a regular occurrence. From changing diapers, wiping little bottoms, cleaning up messy meals, or washing away germs - there are many times that a parent's hands are submerged in water. Meals being prepared, bottles being warmed up and washed, and doing the laundry are just a small handful of tasks that a parent repeats throughout the day.
If you are a parent you have experienced dry, cracked and irritated hands. It comes with the territory. Hand lotions can help temporarily but generally can lead to worsened conditions until now.
Caregivers and Teachers
Just like parents, caregivers and teachers are responsible for protecting the children under their care. Certainly not an easy feat in keeping these children clean and hygienic at school. Preventing germs from spreading is a primary job and especially important right now as we are all extra careful with flu-season around the corner along with the double threat of COVID-19.
Washing not only their own hands, but also the hands of these little ones multiple times will lead to dehydration, dryness, cracked and irritated hands.
Gloves In A Bottle has become a savior for teachers and parents suffering from dry hands and eczema. Providing their hands with the extra support they need - like an invisible pair of gloves - to repel irritants like soap, sanitizers and over washing, while helping to lock in their natural moisture, where it can keep their hands healthy!
Battling New Parent Eczema is Not Easy But Possible with Gloves In A Bottle. Unscripted Testimonial.
“Had a serious case of first-time-parent eczema (from the constant hand washing and flow of dishes). This stuff knocked it out."