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Gloves in a Bottle? - 22-03-12, 04:19 PM

Has anyone used this? I have dry hands that can be itchy if kept wet for too long and I was told about a barrier product called 'Gloves in a bottle'.

Does anyone know if this is any good? Worth a try?
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22-03-12, 05:27 PM

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Has anyone used this? I have dry hands that can be itchy if kept wet for too long and I was told about a barrier product called 'Gloves in a bottle'.

Does anyone know if this is any good? Worth a try?
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I have tried this and to be very honest, its rubbish. I used to use it to shampoo with as my hands used to be very dry and it just washed off, so no use there, and when I used it with colours and bleach it got through the supposed ''barrier'' and I had bright red hands! It wasn’t good at all, so no personally I wouldn’t recommend it.
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22-03-12, 07:11 PM

gutted! I rarely use gloves when colouring because I find I hard to work in gloves. The main reason I'd like to have it is in the winter to stop me getting dry hands and cracking then I have to wear gloves cos the skin breakage hurts when colour gets in it xoxo
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22-03-12, 07:43 PM

I think there is a barrier cream that mechanics use that you could try.

I can't remember the name of it at the minute (maybe a google search will find it) - I will come back and edit this post as soon as I remember the name of it though I promise.

Can't see it on a google search and it is now annoying me that I can't remember the name of it but while googling I found these which might be worth looking into:
http://www.dermashield.co.uk/skin-dermatitis.html
http://barriercreams.net/savlon-barrier-cream/

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