Great for coating your hands prior to using metal clay, especially BronzClay. I discovered this works superiorly to other products available and brought this to the market for metal clay users! Use under nails to keep from discoloring them. BronzClay will not stain your hands with this product on...no mess. Works fabulously on rubber texture sheets and molds too. Very thin, once dry, you'll hardly know it's there. Our skin is our largest organ. Protect it with Gloves in a Bottle! Sold to many in the health care industry, sewing and quilters and gardeners! Here's the official scoop: Conventional lotions only attempt to replace natural moisture with artificial moisture. The problem is that they come off when you wash or touch something. Additionally, in order for any moisture to actually improve a dry skin condition, it needs to get below your second major layer of skin. In reality, the only moisture that is going to reach this level is your skin's own natural moisture. When you apply artificial moisture to the skin's surface you may be sending the wrong message- that your skin is being adequately moisturized, when in fact it is actually dehydrated of natural moisture. This often results in reducing production of natural moisture, which is vital to abate a dry skin condition. Unlike artificial moisturizers, Gloves In A Bottle bonds with the outer layer of skin to turn it into what works like an invisible pair of gloves. These "invisible gloves" keep moisture-robbing irritants out while helping to retain your skin's own natural moisture, resulting in skin that is better hydrated than what is achieved by conventional lotions. One interesting experiment was the testing of GIAB and printed in General Dentistry by E.J. Neiburger, DDS, Director, Center of Dental AIDS Research: "The GIAB creates a thin latex coating (glove) which tested (0 to 30K ohms), an amount equivalent to most other latex glove products tested." Gloves In A Bottle is virtually undetectable once dry, lasts four hours or more, and comes off naturally with exfoliated skin cells. A little bit goes a long way! Try it on your feet. I've seen great improvements there!
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