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Dry rash on hands

A dry rash on the hands can be caused by many things. Most hand rashes, and particularly in a work environment, will have some common aspects, in that the skin has been exposed to some skin irritant with which it has reacted. Some powerful irritants, that cause the dry rash on hands, are obvious but more often, the irritant is milder and the problem starts out as dryness of the hands.

Often referred to as dermatitis, a dry rash on the hands may well cause inflammation that appears as redness, swelling and itching. Once skin becomes red and dry, even innocuous substances things like water and mild hand wash products can irritate skin further.

How Derma Shield can help dry rash on the hands.

Pharmaceutical grade moisturisers replenish and lock in the correct amount of moisture.

Vitamin E and Aloe Vera contained within Derma Shield complement each other to soothe sore skin.

Derma Shield's microscopic shield protects the dry skin from most external irritants.

Derma Shield is completely non-toxic and steroid free.

Derma Shield only disappears through sublimation of dead skin cells, one application will last four hours despite repeated washing.

 

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"(SM) changed to Derma Shield for the second half of the trial with immediate improvement. Derma Shield made his hands and nails much easier to clean and again assisted in the healing of previous damage. Discussion indicated an overwhelming preference for Derma Shield which showed itself to be convenient and effective in all respects." PC (Marconi)

"We have used Derma Shield for protection have seen a difference in the effect of chemicals on the skin. I have noticed a marked improvement in the condition of my own hands, no more sore finger joints where contact with solvents used to cause drying and cracking. Material that used to result in an unpleasant stickiness on the fingers can be washed off easily." RC (Chemical Co)
"A quick squirt and a thorough rub in made all the difference. We still finished work with skin covered in resin but it all washed off with mild soap and water." LL (Tree Fellers)