How Gloves In A Bottle "dry skin lotion" works.

Difference from conventional lotions. True reasons for dry skin
that cosmetics companies might not want you to know.

It is widely known that the skin is the largest organ of human body having many vitally important functions:
Dry skin - moisture is lost while irritants are absorbedHow dry skin lotion works to alleviate dry skin
  • skin acts as a barrier protecting our internal organs,
  • prevents the absorption of harmful chemicals,
  • deflects damage from sun, dirt and invading organisms such as bacteria and viruses,
  • provides resistance to shocks for the more sensitive tissues underneath,
  • prevents moisture loss,
  • performs the role of the bodily heat regulator.
The outer layer of skin consisting of dead skin cells needs to stay adequately moisturized to protect the delicate living cells of the deeper layers of skin. In order to keep the moisture (water) from leaving the outer layer of skin, the skin produces natural oils.

When these oils are stripped from the outer layer of skin the moisture (water) quickly leaves the outer layer of skin leaving the skin dry, irritated, and itchy. Worse, the deeper layers of skin are now left exposed to harsh damaging substances including detergents, solvents, cleaners, paint and thinners, gardening chemicals, dirt and grease, latex gloves and powder, etc. This results in more dry, irritated, and itchy skin that becomes chapped, cracked and damaged.

There are several reasons why your skin can become dry:
  • Oil glands of your skin do not produce enough lubrication to the skin, making skin dry and dehydrated.
  • Regular washing with soap, exposure to household chemicals, excessive cosmetics and harsh weather especially in winter can remove skin's natural oils.
  • Poor diet leading to loss of A and B vitamins also can contribute to dry skin.
  • Underactive thyroid, diabetes, such skin diseases as psoriasis, eczema, contact dermatitis often result in dry itchy skin.
  • Usage of certain medicines, including diuretics, antispasmodics, and antihistamines can also become a reason for dry skin.

Conventional moisturizing lotions encourage dry skin

Artificial moisturizers (conventional hand and body lotions) simply add artificial moisture to the outer layer of the skin, in fact, sending the wrong message to the skin Ė that it is adequately moisturized, when it's actually dehydrated of natural moisture.

This often reduces your body's production of natural oils and moisture and exacerbates a dry skin condition. This is why many conventional lotion users complain that their skin becomes drier than it was before they began using lotions daily. Besides it, conventional lotions come off the skin's surface any time you wash your hands or touch something.

Skin care with Gloves In A Bottle is completely different

Instead of attempting to replace natural oils, Gloves In A Bottle forms a web or bond with the dead skin cells turning the outer layer of skin into an "invisible pair of gloves" that helps to retain skinís own natural oils and moisture, while keeping moisture-robbing irritants out.

Gloves in a Bottle reduces the natural oil and moisture loss allowing the skin to heal itself, leaving it soft and supple*.

Gloves In A Bottle keeps the outer layer of skin functioning properly so it can breathe and perspire naturally. 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.

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