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Derma Shield added to Unigloves’ hand-protection range


Unigloves UK – part of UG Healthcare Corporation, one of the world’s leading glove manufacturers – has added the Derma Shield protective skincare system to its range.

Complementing its market-leading range of single-use gloves, Derma Shield is known to protect the skin against common workplace skin irritants including greases, oils, inks, coolants, detergents, solvents, chemicals and paints, or even just from working in outdoor environments.

As well as preventing the penetration of biological fluids, Derma Shield controls and prevents dermatitis. Quickly absorbed by the skin, pharmaceutical-grade moisturisers such as Aloe Vera and Vitamin E help maintain the skin’s natural moisture balance and allow the skin to breathe and perspire – especially useful with today’s strict hand-washing regime.

Designed to moisturise, protect and repair the skin, Derma Shield is CE marked and manufactured in the UK to Medical Device Standard ISO 13485. It can be used across a wide range of industrial settings, including engineering environments.

Donald Gillespie, Unigloves UK.

Derma Shield is dispensed as a light mousse for quick and easy application and is available in three pack sizes – 50ml, 150ml and 500ml – that offer between 55 and 550 applications. It forms a breathable and waterproof shield over the skin that moisturises, nurtures and protects it for four to five hours – even when the hands are repeatedly washed.

Donald Gillespie, marketing director at Unigloves, said: “We are delighted to include the Derma Shield range in the Unigloves offering.

“It complements our range of gloves perfectly, enabling it to be used in conjunction with them to maintain hand health in a wide range of workplace settings.”

For more information, visit the Unigloves website.


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