Sunday, September 7, 2008

Invisible Gloves That Last! -Review & Giveaway

The Gloves in a Bottle catch phrase is, "Keep the Bad Stuff Out and the Good Stuff in."

I really could not have said it better myself. Before I became a Mom, I worked for a fantastic Allergy and Pulmonary doctor. I was his allergy shot supervisor for most of that time. As such, my hands were always exposed to alcohol, allergens and soap and water. Sometimes they would crack and bleed which was a real problem. I could wear gloves but they provided their own problems. One day, one of our drug reps came by with some sample of Gloves in a Bottle. It was advertised as being "Like an invisible pair of Gloves..." so I thought I would give it a try. The results were astonishing. In no time at all, my hands began to heal themselves. It was indeed as though they were being protected by a pair of gloves without the drawbacks. I was sold.

Time passed. I left the doctor's office and stopped using the product. I became a Mom. Now, as a Mom, my hands are in and out of water all of the time - washing dishes, bathing kids, washing my hands. The last thing I want or need is to have hands that are dry, rough or scratchy so several kids later, I tried Gloves in a Bottle again and have been equally pleased. It went on easily and absorbed right into my skin without leaving my hands greasy. They immediately felt softer, smoother and less tight. And that feeling lasted! I have been using it now regularly for over a week and my hands are starting to look younger. Now that is what I call a bonus!

If you are looking for a way to have softer, smoother skin or even to just protect the skin you have from the say to day wear and tear of life, you should try Gloves in a Bottle. An 8oz. bottle retails for about $12.95. You can purchase it directly from the manufacturer or from one of many local retail locations.

If you would like to give it a try before you buy it, you can go to the Gloves in a Bottle website and request a free sample. The folks at Glove in a Bottle were kind enough to send me some and I want to share it with YOU.

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This Contest is now closed. Watch for the Winner to be announced Soon!! Be sure to subscribe to my blog so you won't miss a thing!!

To win a sample of Glove in a Bottle, simply tell me why you need it in the comments below. Comments will close on Sunday, Sept 14th at 11:59pm. I will choose the 3 winners then... and sob stories will influence me!:)

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5 comments:

Wehaf said...

I don't need this, but my sister does - for her elbows. They are chronically dry, and especially in the winter they crack open and bleed. She's tried a lot of products, but not this one - maybe it will do the trick!

urchiken at gmail dot com

Stacy said...

I totally need this for my hands because my hands get dry and my knuckles start to bleed in the wintertime.

hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

windycindy said...

My niece needs this product. She has Reynaud's Syndrome and when the temperature start to get below 55*, her hands turn reddish purple and they get very dry. It effects her feet,also. It has to do with circulation. My two sons have a bit of it, but not nearly as severe as she does. Please enter me in your drawing. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

AmandaSue said...

I've heard about this before, sounds like a great product. I'd love to try it because I work in retail so dealing with opening boxes and stocking, and handling money my hands get really dry and then they hurt (expectually around my nails were it bleeds ow!) Thanks for having the chance to try this.

Staci said...

I would love, love to try this! I work at a diner a few mornings a week, so I'm always touching rather gross things and washing my hands a million times a day. I've never seen this before and it just sounds amazing. Thanks for the giveaway!