More than a moisturiser. Gloves in a Bottle creates an ‘invisible shield’ on your skin to prevent the loss of the natural oil and moisture, allowing your skin to heal itself. Gentle, breathable, and stays on for hours.
Instead of attempting to replace natural oils, Gloves In A Bottle bonds with outer skin cells like an invisible pair of gloves. Because Gloves In A Bottle becomes part of the outer layer of skin itself, it doesn’t wash off like conventional lotions. It comes off naturally with exfoliating skin cells. For continued protection, just reapply every 4 to 12 hours.
We want to make it more easily available in Singapore to help those with sensitive skin. Skinshare Singapore is now the official distributor/reseller of Gloves in a Bottle Shielding Lotion.
I have skin sensitivity to dust mites and my fingers and legs were itchy and scaly. I used Gloves In A Bottle to minimise my exposure to dust, and it helped my skin to heal on its own! The lotion blocked out dust and also protected my hand eczema when I did the dishes. It’s a great skin protection lotion! Read detailed review here. – BL(Katong)
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Recommended by doctors
Many clinical studies were conducted to ensure this product is safe for every skin type.
SAFE FOR KIDS: Gloves In A Bottle has been clinically tested and proven to be hypoallergenic and every ingredient is on FDA’s most safe list so it is safe for anyone over 6 months old. For use on infants (6 months and under), first consult with your doctor.
PARABEN FREE: There are several old websites and blogs that displays paraben in the list of ingredient. However, the manufacturer has confirmed that the latest ingredient is 100% gluten, dairy, wheat, paraben free. It is dermatology tested and prescribed, hypoallergenic, added fragrance and colorant free. Here is a list of the actual ingredients http://www.glovesinabottle.
Have any other questions about this lotion? Check out some customer’s frequently asked questions here.