Sunday, February 3, 2008

Gloves in a Bottle

I was really glad when I got a bottle of Goves in a Bottle. I have so many skin issues, and this was a great product to try out. Gloves In A Bottle is a shielding lotion that rapidly absorbs into, and bonds with, the outer layer of skin creating a protective layer while retaining the natural moisture from within. This makes it the perfect dry skin care product. It does not wash off, but comes off naturally with exfoliated skin cells. Just reapply every four hours for continued protection. It's greaseless, non-sticky, fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, completely safe and non-toxic. Used and recommended daily for dry skin conditions by a wide range of healthcare professionals.
I like that this lotion absorbs and bonds with the outer layer of skin, so I don't taste lotion when I eat something after I apply the lotion. It is very safe, too, because it is non-toxic. Gloves In A Bottle binds with the outer layer of skin cells and becomes part of the outer layer of skin itself. Once absorbed, it comes off naturally as dead skin cells get sloughed off. Dead skin cells are constantly exfoliating on a microscopic level; Gloves In A Bottle does not interfere with this natural process. The outer layer of skin, if functioning properly acts a one way barrier, preventing irritants from coming in but still allowing it to breathe. Irritants, harsh soaps, antibacterial agents, etc. strip the natural oils and moisture from the skin. As a result the skin becomes much more susceptible to even more irritants penetrating it and stripping out even more moisture and oils.Gloves In A Bottle aids the outer layer of skin to perform its intended function. It does this by restoring its natural balance, turning the outer layer of skin into what could be described as an invisible pair of gloves. I really liked the Gloves in a Bottle. I think it is a great lotion for people who work with their hands a lot, or are constantly washing their hands (especially anyone with kids).

1 comment:

Qtpies7 said...

I recently got a bottle and it is amazing what it is doing for Kaytlin's hands! I am taking pics and going to post them.