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Invisible Gloves

Wouldn’t it be nice to have gloves on all the time? Think about it. Gloves can keep your hands protected from the jobs of the day, but gloves are also very impractical. They make it hard to do anything involving fine motor skills, like typing. Can you imagine trying to type with gloves on that don’t quite fit your fingers? Not to mention how dry your hands feel upon exiting said gloves. Ontos, Inc. offers “invisible gloves” that protect the skin from moisture-robbing irritants: Gloves in a Bottle.

The idea behind Gloves in a Bottle is surprisingly simple. The top layer of skin is basically made up of dead skin cells, lipids (fat), and natural oils. The natural moisture of the skin is located within the second layer of skin. Most lotions put moisture on top of the skin, tricking the skin into thinking it is properly moisturized. This leads to the skin producing less moisture. Plus, most lotions wash off, leaving your skin dry and unprotected. Gloves in a Bottle does NOT wash off, nor does it leave your skin vulnerable to outside irritants.

Gloves in a Bottle binds to the top layer of skin, creating a barrier that keeps moisture in and the bad stuff out, helping you retain natural moisture. It sloughs off naturally with skin cells and is almost impossible to feel once it dries. Gloves in a Bottle also helps with cracked or dry feet, elbows, and knees. For best results, reapply every 4 hours.

Gloves in a Bottle is available in a 2 oz travel-size, or an 8 oz. bottle, through Ontos, Inc. Only a small amount is needed with each application to give you the protection your skin needs. For more information, please feel free to check out our website: http://www.4myskin.com.

Invisible gloves”… How much better could it get?

Disclaimer: Gloves in a Bottle should NOT replace actual gloves.

Comments on: "Invisible Gloves" (2)

  1. Hmmm…maybe I should look in to this. “Gloves in a Bottle” sounds great! 🙂

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