The Nurse's GuideTo Softer Hands
In an ongoing search for help with dry hands (you know what we're talking about), we asked the Nurse Power Panel* to try out RestoreTM Nitrile Exam Gloves for one week. Below are the results from the 230 nurses who participated and a few must-read Scrubs articles for your hands.
Why do nurses have dry hands?
- Frequent hand washing
- Copious use of soaps and alcohol-based sanitizers
- Use of gloves
- Cold weather
Have you tried one of these treatments for dry skin?
- Udder cream
- Dipping your hands in honey
- Bacon grease
- Motor oil
BEFORE Restore Nitrile Gloves:
83% experienced problems several times per week, and about 1 in 10 had thought about leaving the healthcare field due to the condition of their hands.
AFTER Restore Nitrile Gloves:
95% were content with the condition of their hands at work, and 92% said their hands felt soft at work.
Verdict: 98% indicated that they would recommend Restore gloves to their colleagues.
“All I could think of from the first time I put them on is my hands went ‘ahhh’ as in RELIEF! Not the usual icky or burning feeling!”
“A spa treatment in a glove.”
“2017 version of a facial for your hands but through gloves!”
“It’s 100% worth the money.”
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