Snowmobilers are not exactly the kind of crowd that one would expect to approach about a subject like hand lotions, but weâ€™re going to take a stab at it because of a product weâ€™ve discovered thatâ€™s so good you need to know about it. If youâ€™ve ever spent a day swapping the brass (changing jets) and know what kind of damage the gas does to your hands, then maybe youâ€™ll listen!
Thereâ€™s this stuff called â€œGloves In A Bottleâ€ that bonds to the outer layer of skin and turns it into what amounts to an invisible pair of gloves. This layer of protection keeps moisture-robbing irritants out while helping to keep your skinâ€™s own natural moisture in. Pardon the expression, but this stuff pretty much amounts to a condom for your hands.
Normally, bad stuff sucks the natural oils right out of your hands, and this is what happens when they get all dry and cracked after changing jets. Normal hand lotions try to replace your natural oils with artificial moisture, but they donâ€™t penetrate the multiple layers of skin and come right off as soon as you wash your hands or touch something.
Now we shouldnâ€™t have to tell you why you want your hands moist and supple instead of hard and dry. If you plan on doing anything with them that requires a soft, delicate touch (weâ€™re not talking sleds here) then you should be savvy to what weâ€™re getting at.
This product works wonders for elbows and knees that usually end up pretty rough, and can be found in many pharmacies and garden shops (this is where we learned about it) as well as art supply stores. Theyâ€™re just figuring out it works for guys too, but, again, guys are kind of a hard sell for skin care products. Visit www.glovesinabottle.com to see what this is all about.