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MONTROSE CA Already a choice of dermatologists and pharmacists around the world, Gloves In A Bottle, a new dry skin care cream now complete with sunscreen blocking ingredients takes its place as one of the premier dry skin lotions available to the public. Making its debut less than two weeks ago, the lotion contains no parabens, fragrance-free, no colorants, no mineral oil or potentially harmful and irritating chemicals and contains 35% Aloe Vera plus four other natural botanicals.
Gloves In A Bottle has been given an approved sunscreen rating by the FDA of SPF 15. What that means is that it blocks 94% of the sun’s harmful rays. Since there are no skin care products in the industry that can completely block out the harmful effects of the sun, the approved sunscreen rating is a tremendous stride for Gloves In A Bottle in its never-ending quest to protect the skin. Gloves In A Bottle is now an all-in-one shielding lotion for the hands, body and face and sun protection rolled into one.
Gloves In A Bottle lotion covers skin and hands like an invisible pair of gloves. By those who use it on a daily basis, they consider it dry skin care that really works. The dry skin lotion hydrates and protects skin from sun damage, environmental pollutants rather than many of those competing products that use mineral oil as a base for the false appearance of soft healthy skin. Its newly designed bottle is easy to locate as with its deep blue bottle and yellow-orange cap make it easy to find in any pharmacy where it is sold and is available in 8 oz bottles.
Gloves In A Bottle uses no animal products or has been tested on animals and is considered vegan-free. Available over the counter, Gloves In A Bottle requires no prescription and is a shielding lotion that works.
“We have been very excited and happy with the results using ‘Gloves In A Bottle’ shielding lotion. We feel it is one of the best moisturizing protective creams on the market. I have no reservations in prescribing “Gloves In A Bottle” dry skin treatment to patients. I also recommend it to people without a hand condition who want to protect their hands and keep them soft and supple,” said Dermatologist Dr. Peter Helton of Newport Beach, CA.
Another board-certified Dermatologist, Dr. Lisa Benest agrees: “Now shielding lotions such as Gloves In A Bottle will help restore that barrier and then maintain that barrier even after hand washing so that it’s protected against any harsh chemicals that our skin may come in contact with. It is an excellent skin treatment product.”
Shielding lotions such as Gloves In A Bottle are available in the US and Canada at over 9,500 pharmacies and over 3,000 specialty shops. For more info call 800-600-1881, or visit http://www.glovesinabottle.com/store-locator.html
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