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Florists jobs - Dermatitis and skin care

Florists jobs are usually regarded as a pleasurable hobby rather than a 9-to-5 grind to earn a living by the people working in the floral sector.  Enthusiasm for the job is easy to understand.

People with florist jobs constantly have their creativity challenged - beautiful bouquets do not just magically assemble themselves as some people seem to imagine.  In addition, you also need to be adept at dealing with people.  This is a major part of your job.  As a florist you are asked to undertake a role in the most happy, and the most sad, of occasions in other peoples' lives.  Perhaps that is what makes the job so demanding and, ultimately, rewarding.

 

Florist jobs - An on-going concern

Skin health care within the florist industry and for people with florist jobs is an on-going concern.

Indeed, the Health & Safety Executive report for Work Related Dermatitis ans Skin Disorders 2007 - 2009* stated that the highest estimated rates of contact dermatitis reported to dermatologists (EPIDERM) were from floral arrangers and the florists job sector.

In fact, the latest figures report that there are in excess of 29,000 new cases of occupational dermatitis occurring each year in the United Kingdom.

Considering that florist jobs involves handling plants, plant foods and preparations along with frequent and repeated wet work it should come as no surprise that your hands are susceptible to work related dermatitis and associated skin care issues. 

Remember, your hands are the tools of your trade and, as such, should be afforded full care and protection.

To keep your skin supple and in top condition, you will need to employ a product that moisturises, nurtures and protects.  Further, as most people who have a florist job constantly have their hands wet, any product you use should be water-resistant and continue giving protection even with constant hand washing.  As with all skin disorders, any product you apply should also be hypo-allergenic, fragrance free and allow your skin to breathe and perspire normally.

So how will Derma Shield help people with florists jobs in their everyday work?

Nurture the skin and help to keep it supple. Supple skin doesn't split - it stretches.

Go about your day confident that your dry skin is being moisturised, nurtured and protected.

Stop any further aggravation of the sensitised skin and enable the skin to recover quickly.

Improve your skin hygiene at work and home.

Derma Shield has a natural anti bacterial action that enhances any skin sanitation method you use as it will continue to lower the colony count on your skin by a factor of ten for up to 4 hours.

Want to prove it for yourself?

As the manufacturers we have supreme confidence in Derma Shield's ability to solve your skin care concerns. This confidence translates into giving you four options to try Derma Shield in your own workplace, yet we take all the risk!

  1. Take a Risk Free Trial and prove for yourself what thousands already know.

  2. Buy online now. Use a credit/debit/corporate card and buy from as little as one 50ml can and take advantage of our 90 day money back guarantee.

  3. Send us your corporate order for case quantities by e-mail or fax and we will open a corporate credit account for your organisation. If Derma Shield doesn't meet your expectations, contact us three to four weeks after you receive your delivery and we will collect all full, partially used and empty cans for a full price credit against your account.

  4. Alternatively, order from your preferred industrial supplies company. Send them an order and ask them to contact us.

We are the only company in our industry that has the confidence to offer this level of guarantee. The only reason we can do this is because Derma Shield actually works - It will solve your organisation's skincare concerns!

Derma Shield - your solution to florists jobs skin care

 

* Source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/statistics/causdis/dermatitis/occupation.htm

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"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)
"The results were so beneficial in terms of cleanliness, efficiency, use and hygiene that I have decided to use only Derma Shield as the protective and cleansing material throughout my Workshops." R E K (Camden Motors)
"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)