“Gloves In A Bottle, this is interesting. This is known as a shielding lotion, wearing protective gloves on your hands without wearing the gloves. Just put a tiny amount on. You don’t use much. And when you rub it in completely, you leave it to dry for a couple of minutes. It’s non-greasy, there is no sensation on your hands and you are now wearing an invisible pair of gloves.
“The importance of that is, if you are a hair dresser, if you are a nurse, washing your hands a hundred times a day, I mean there are terrible skin conditions. It is very helpful, after 2 to 3 hours, maybe up to 4 hours, it is actually cleared, it is shed by the skin cells. What it is doing actually, it is holding the moisture in and also stopping irritants and chemicals getting in.
“It’s got huge positive reports and analysis. Seeing patients of mine with eczema and dermatitis, one patient who had little sensitivity, a seamstress with the pins and the needles, terrible contact dermatitis and she used that and after 9 days it was all gone and she continued using her needles…so even builders, who often get a reaction to cement, powders and they use this and no problems.”
Dr. Chris Steele MBE is a British medical doctor, and the resident doctor on ITV's This Morning daytime magazine show, where he has appeared weekly since the show first aired in 1988. Dr. Steele was named as the Health Journalist of the Year in 2007 by the British Press Awards Academy and in 2010 he was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Guild of Health Writers. Dr. Steele has acted as a Government Health Adviser on a range of initiatives and he has been a guest speaker and presenter in the House of Commons on a number of occasions. In 2010 Dr. Steele received an MBE from the Queen in recognition of his services to the medical profession and broadcasting.