“I used Gloves In A Bottle when in medical practice as a Dermatologist in order to protect my hands from the ravages of frequent hand washing. And I would often recommend it for any patient who worked with dirty or irritating substances. Now I am retired but I have second career as a fine art oil painter. Product now helps keep paint from getting into skin and makes washing so much easier! No fragrance, no parabens, and no greasy feel. Quality medical grade product.”
Elise Weinrich Geary grew up in Michigan and took classes at Cranbrook Academy of Art prior to attending Bennington College. Her initial focus on a career in art changed to science, leading to medical school at Medical University of South Carolina and a Dermatology residency at Duke Medical University. She opened a private practice in Durham, NC in 1982.
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