This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Endure Revitalizing Skin Lotion and Crème responds to the skin-care needs of the healthcare industry, relieving the dry skin and contact dermatitis that comes from frequent hand washing without the use of petroleum-based lubricants that can compromise the barrier properties of latex and non-latex gloves, St. Paul, Minn. company announces Feb. 15. In addition, the products are formulated without common lotion additives that could compromise the efficacy of antimicrobial hand-washing products used in the healthcare industry. Both the lotion and crème are non-greasy, water-based formulas enriched with SymRepair, a conditioner that improves the skin's barrier function. The items also feature hyaluronic acid among other emollients, humectants and moisturizers, the company says...
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