Anyone who has ever met me knows, I have a thing for moisturizers. I can’t stand the feeling of dry skin. My skin isn’t hyper-sensitive, but for the most part I prefer lotions & moisturizers that are fragrant free. I hate when lotions are over powering in their scents. I want to avoid scaring away co-workers in the elevator due to over fragrant moisturizers. In addition to that reasoning, all of those fragranced skin products you have in your house may be doing more damage than I originally thought.

The outer layer of your skin is comprised of dead skin cells, natural oils and lipids. The fragrances, colorants, antibacterial agents, and other ingredients frequently used in most soaps, cleansers, and lotions on the market today actually strip away the protective elements of the outer layer of your skin! Who knew that vanilla icing scented lotion was going to acerbate your dry skin condition!!! The solution to this problem is in a pretty blue bottle! Gloves in a Bottle is a shielding lotion, that instead of artificially moisturizing your skin, acts as a protective layer to your skin. As the name suggests, the shielding lotion asks as a protective glove as it adheres to the skin and keeps irritants out while keeping your own natural oils & moisture in. The lotion is fragrance free, a little bit goes a long way, and there is really no need to reapply throughout the day because the formula will continue to protect your skin even if you are a compulsive hand washer like me.

Purchase an 8oz. bottle at Amazon.com for $12.95

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2 Comments on Product of The Day: Gloves In A Bottle

  1. Anonymous
    June 29, 2007 at 8:36 pm (11 years ago)

    I am a regular user of Gloves In a Bottle. I must say that this product by far beats any conventional lotion I have used in the past. I am a walking advertisement of Gloves in a Bottle and I have reccommeded this product to friends and family with dry skin issues.

  2. Anonymous
    June 30, 2007 at 10:42 am (11 years ago)

    I found it got away the majority of my eczema too – thats after years of pills potions and lotions from sooooooooo many doctors & dermatologists!