Big Wipes - Hand Cream

New Big Wipes Hand Cream protects against skin damage

  • 18 Aug 2016

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Big Wipes has launched a new, specially formulated hand cream to rapidly relieve dry and cracked skin, and strengthen the skin’s barrier function against solvents, paints and varnishes.

Harsh substances commonly found on site can strip the skin of its natural oils and break its protective barrier. As a result, contact dermatitis can develop, causing symptoms ranging from mild dryness, itching and redness to painful cracks, skin ulcers and red fluid filled blisters. 

Cracked and broken skin can also allow bacteria to enter the body and cause serious infections.

Big Wipes Hand Cream combines urea and alpha hydroxyl acides (AHAs) to treat dry and rough skin and improve its ability to absorb and hold moisture. Recommended by dermatologists, it is non-greasy and alcohol and fragrance free, and can be used to restore the skin’s smoothness, softness and flexibility.

Used in conjunction with Big Wipes 4×4 hand-cleaning wipes, Big Wipes Hand Cream can improve skin texture, appearance and function.

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