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Where do you get your disposable latex gloves from? p.s. for spray tanning x
 

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Best to shop around to see where you can get the best price as it does change. Try places like ebay or amazon x
Amazon.co.uk: latex gloves

Just found these, think I might buy some whilst they are on offer :)
 

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You're better of getting latex free gloves - a lot of people have violent reactions to latex...
 

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Best to shop around to see where you can get the best price as it does change. Try places like ebay or amazon x
Amazon.co.uk: latex gloves

Just found these, think I might buy some whilst they are on offer :)
Remember to look at postage too! I forgot about it when I posted above, its still not a bad price though x
 

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You're better of getting latex free gloves - a lot of people have violent reactions to latex...
Yes you are so right. I always buy latex free, my brain is not in gear today. Sorry geeks for the rubbish advise!
 

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oops i meant latex free:zzz:
 

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Oooh great, just ordered x 2 myself so thanks for that. I brought my last box from tesco for around a fiver for 100, which wasn't bad, but don't think they were latex free though, hence the sting :(
 

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Possibly a bargain but as I do buy mine for sterile reasons (when intimate waxing...) they'd be no good for me :) And they're small... with the best will in the world that AIN'T going to happen :) medium is a perfect fit, or a little short if my nails are long lol
 

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I always buy latex free too..... Just incase (always best to be safe than sorry) mine are from eBay think I get 100 pairs for about £4 ish x
 

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I use Brosch Direct and get BodyGuards black nitrile gloves.
 

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Possibly a bargain but as I do buy mine for sterile reasons (when intimate waxing...) they'd be no good for me :) And they're small... with the best will in the world that AIN'T going to happen :) medium is a perfect fit, or a little short if my nails are long lol
the gloves we buy for intimate waxing are NOT sterile. Sterile gloves are individually wrapped, not in a box of 100. We are waxers not brain surgeons. Sterile gloves are not necessary.
 

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Where do you get your disposable latex gloves from? p.s. for spray tanning x
I could not stand the disposable gloves when spray tanning as my hands used to sweat all the time and 'lift' my own tan on my hands😳😓..now I always use white cotton gloves that you can buy from any chemist....cheap as chips and washable so reusable hys xx
 

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ive used St Johns Ambulance for Nitrile Powder Free gloves since someone recommending them on here a couple of years ago

kx
 

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I use nitrile gloves since my daughter has developed an allergy to latex, she uses the gloves to handle our giant snails
 

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I'm glad my post has generated more glove discussion but now TBH i bought the gloves but very rarely use them - i can't stand the sweaty feeling they leave (hope thats not just me!!!!) & the powder goes all over my uniform . x
 

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I'm glad my post has generated more glove discussion but now TBH i bought the gloves but very rarely use them - i can't stand the sweaty feeling they leave (hope thats not just me!!!!) & the powder goes all over my uniform . x
buy powder free?
 

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