GOJO® HAND MEDIC® Professional Skin Conditioner

2 fl oz Squeeze Bottle

GOJO® HAND MEDIC® Professional Skin Conditioner
SKU: 8142-12
Size: 2 fl oz
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GOJO® HAND MEDIC® Professional Skin Conditioner

2 fl oz Squeeze Bottle

Fragrance-free skin conditioner, specially formulated for industrial environments.

  • Helps prevent dry, cracked skin by maintaining skin's moisture level
  • Absorbs quickly with no greasy after-feel
  • Silicone and fragrance free
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Latex glove compatible
  • NSF E4 Registered
SKU: 8142-12
Size: 2 fl oz
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SKU
8142-12
Size
2 fl oz
Case Pack
12
Case Weight
2.3 lbs
Overall Case Dimensions
5.14 h x 4.69 w x 5.82 d
Overall Unit Dimensions
4.44 h x 1.81 w x 1.06 l
Case Cu. Ft.
0.08 Inches
Cases Per Layer
68
Cases Per Pallet
340
Layers Per Pallet
5
Product Type Packaging
Bottles
Country of Manufacture
United States
UPC (Each)
073852081428
Case UPC (GTIN)
10073852081425

1. Rub a small amount into clean, dry hands.

2. Apply before work and use 3-4 time daily.

3. For best results, also apply at night.

Improved Skin Condition in Harsh Environments Prone to Dermatitis

Effectiveness of a hand care regimen with moisturizer in manufacturing facilities where workers are prone to occupational irritant dermatitis.


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Results: Comparison of the change in the skin condition of workers using the full hand care regimen with moisturizer versus a control group using a regimen without moisturizer demonstrated significant (p < .05) improvements in multiple measures after 1 to 2 weeks. Corneometer readings consistently showed significant improvement for employees using moisturizer, regardless of their work location.
Conclusion: Improved skin condition resulted from the regular use of an effective skin conditioning hand moisturizer as part of a skin care regimen in work environments in which workers were prone to experiencing occupational irritant contact dermatitis.
Reference: Arbogast JW - Dermatitis - 01-MAR-2004; 15(1): 10-7