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YardGlove lotion contains natural ingredients
that form a protective barrier on your skin's surface.
This protective barrier allows you to work in the garden without gloves
so you can easily perform such detailed tasks as planting seeds or transplants. It will keep dirt, fertilizers, mulch, and compost away from your skin, fingernails, and cuticles.
YardGlove Barrier Lotion contains such natural ingredients as Aloe Vera, oat flour, and beeswax,
which work to keep your hands protected and clean
while you dig in the dirt. YardGlove Barrier Lotion contains no silicone or petrolatum
YardGlove will protect your hands for hours while you work, and you can wash it off easily with soap and water
. Exposure to moisture or water in the garden will under most conditions not wash it off. You will find that it keeps your hands soft and moisturized
after even the toughest of garden chores.Product features:Helps prevent the penetration of harmful natural and man-made compounds into the skin such as dirt, mulch, fertilizer and other irritants.
YardGlove itself does not penetrate the skin and is not absorbed by the body, but rather forms a protective layer on the surface of your skin.
Long-lasting, so you can work for hours in the garden.
Makes cleanup easy , especially around nails and cuticles, because dirt, mulch, fertilizer and other compounds do not penetrate the skin.
Field tested by professional gardeners and nursery workers.
Cleans easily with soap and water. Water alone under normal conditions will not take it off.
Comes in a 4 oz. bottle which provides over 100 applications, making it very economical.
Makes hand cleaning much easier and more thorough.
Light cucumber scent is pleasant yet subtle.
Lets you "Feel the Earth" as you work with the soil.
Greaseless and non-toxic.
Feels like a light talc on your skin after application.
Protects hands while it moisturizes and helps prevent irritation.
For best results, apply YardGlove just before you go out to work in the garden or around the yard. Many gardeners keep a bottle in their small tool basket for convenience. You don't need much to cover your hands and wrists, a dab the size of a dime will be fine. One 4 oz. bottle is good for more than 100 applications and will probably last you all spring or summer.