Published in Health and Medicine Week, April 27th, 2006
There are the usual battles with poison ivy, oak and sumac, and with bacteria and irritants residing in the soil, it's no wonder gardeners are seeking solutions to protect their health. Could shielding lotions be the answer'
Gloves typically protect gardeners against the usual gardening offenders; however, due to reduced dexterity or irritation from the materials used, many gardeners choose not to wear gloves, leaving them vulnerable. Now, user testimonials and studies measuring the effectiveness of shielding lotion against dry skin and common household irritants, like chlorine bleach, suggest its use as...
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