An "Invisible Glove" on the skin
•Proven in laboratory tests to kill and inhibit the growth of MRSA which causes staph infections, E-coli, VREs caused by drug resistant infections, and HCoV-229E (human coronavirus).
•Eliminates hand contact infections and cross contamination long after its initial application
•Protects skin from the irritating drying effects of alcohol and constant hand washing
•SkinShield2 promotes healing and rehabilitates dry red, chapped hands
SkinShield2 vs. Hand Sanitizers
Hand sanitizers. You squirt it, feel the cool tingling sensation, and spread it all over your hands. Then, you feel clean. But using a hand sanitizer every time you touch a potentially contaminated surface is not only a nuisance, but also dries out your skin. That's because most hand sanitizers are made up of over 65% ethyl alcohol.
A much better alternative is use of a skin barrier cream. Revolutionized for use in dermatology, barrier creams are used to aid the skin in its most vital function: "to keep what's good in and to keep what's bad out," says board-certified dermatologist Dr. Alicia Zalka. When combined with a microbial, it has the ability to kill bacteria, viruses and fungi for up to 4 hours.
I think this is something we can all use right now, right? I love that it is alcohol-free and also FDA Registered. Keeping germs at bay is real important to me. Someone in my house has a compromised immune system
I have never tried a barrier lotion before. It is such a great idea to help protect my hands with all of this hand washing and dry skin
I Love that SkinShield2 is both a sanitizer and a moisturizer all in one. It keeps my hands soft while forming a protective barrier. Great product!