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Adults’ Bamboo Gloves for Eczema

A model showing the Adult's Bamboo Gloves for Eczema available from Allergy Best Buys

Specification

Choosing the right size

NB. The measurements on the chart below are in centimetres EXCEPT FOR the palm width (B). These are traditional glove sizes expressed in inches. Work out your traditional gloves size in inches by passing a tape all the way around the palm, excluding the thumb.

Adults’ Bamboo Gloves for Eczema

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£4.72 £10.95
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Soft, comfortable, protective

These beautifully made, super-comfy Bamboo Gloves are made for those affected by eczema, dermatitis and other skin conditions. They are recommended by the Norwegian Asthma & Allergy Association to help protect and heal sensitive skin, and to prevent the scratching that leads to broken skin. They offer protection for psoriasis and against irritant contact dermatitis too.

  • effective in the management of problem skin conditions
  • invaluable in breaking the itch-scratch cycle
  • recommended by the Norwegian Asthma and Allergy Association
  • 5 sizes, tailored to fit snugly (see our size chart)
  • extra long cuffs to cover and protect the wrists
  • hard-wearing and long-lasting
  • can be worn over creams
  • wash at 60°C, dry flat

Bamboo fibre is naturally hypoallergenic, cool, comfortable and anti-bacterial. It’s also naturally UV-protective and thermo-regulating, so your hands won’t get hot when you wear Bamboo Gloves over emollients in bed to lock in moisture overnight. 

You’ll love how soft and comforting these Gloves feel. They’re thin and supple and the addition of 5% Lycra makes them snug and stretchy, so they’re good to wear when you need dexterity, such as when typing.

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We have Bamboo Gloves for infants & children too.

Specification

Choosing the right size

NB. The measurements on the chart below are in centimetres EXCEPT FOR the palm width (B). These are traditional glove sizes expressed in inches. Work out your traditional gloves size in inches by passing a tape all the way around the palm, excluding the thumb.