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[BKARTS] Question re "liquid gloves"

We sell a product called Gloves in a bottle, which has been fairly popular.

Taken from the manufacturers' web site (http://www.glovesinabottle.com/):

Conventional moisturizing lotions only attempt to replace the loss of
natural moisture with artificial moisture, but come off every time you wash
or touch something.

Have you ever stopped using artificial moisturizers (conventional lotions)
only to experience an episode in which your skin actually became drier than
it was before you started using them?

When you apply artificial moisture (conventional lotions) to the skin's
surface you are often sending the body the wrong signal - that your skin is
being adequately moisturized, when in fact it is actually dehydrated of
natural moisture. This "wrong signal" often results in the reduction of your
skin's own production of the natural moisture needed to actually resolve a
dry skin condition.

In order for any moisture to actually improve a dry skin condition more than
for a few minutes or a little longer, it needs to get below the second major
layer of skin. In reality, the only moisture that is going to reach this
level in sufficient quantities to resolve a dry skin problem over the long
term is your skin's own natural moisture.

A far better solution is to assist your skin in producing more natural
moisture - not less.

Until now, all one could do to alleviate a dry skin condition was apply
conventional lotions (artificial moisture). These are designed to just
temporarily mask dry skin by placing artificial moisture over the top of it.

Unlike artificial moisturizers, Gloves In A Bottle is a shielding lotion
that bonds with the outermost layer of skin cells to turn it into what works
like an invisible pair of gloves.

These "invisible gloves" prevent dry skin by helping to keep
moisture-robbing irritants out while better retaining your skin's own
natural moisture, resulting in skin that is far better hydrated, over the
long term, than what can ever be achieved by conventional lotions.

Aaron Salik
20 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
212-219-0770 Phone
212-219-0735 Fax

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