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Allerderm Seamless Cotton Gloves

Allerderm Seamless Cotton Gloves


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Allerderm Seamless Cotton Gloves are perfect for dry, cracked skin and can be used with your favorite hand lotion for overnight skin therapy. Also the perfect gloves to use as a liner when housework calls for vinyl outer gloves. Latex free. Available in small, medium or large. 3 pairs per package.

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MSRP: $16.00
Sale Price: $12.99

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Allerderm® Seamless Cotton Gloves are soft, roomy and comfortable. Seamless construction feel very good on the hands. Ideal for those with sensitive, irritated or damaged skin are all natural unbleached cotton. Pair Allerderm cotton gloves with your favorite hand lotion for overnight skin therapy or use as a liner when housework calls for vinyl outer gloves. Can also be worn for hand protection while doing dry work, like organizing a closet, sorting paperwork or shelving books. Gloves are lightweight, breathable and absorbent. The extra long 11" gloves contain no latex, including in the elastic around the cuffs. Washable and reusable. Available in Small, Medium or Large.  Package contains three (3) pairs of Allerderm® Seamless Cotton Gloves.


  • 100% natural, unbleached cotton gloves protect hands and reduce irritation
  • Made by Allerderm®, maker of dermatologic health care products for more than 20 years
  • Seamless construction is gentler on the hands
  • Lightweight, breathable and absorbent
  • Cold water washable and reusable
  • Latex free

Care Instructions:

Wash your Seamless Cotton Gloves gently in cool water. Air dry.


Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 review.

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September 18
This is the only company I found that makes these gloves. I have pompholyx on my hands and these help protect them. I only wish these gloves were made finger-less (so the top half of my digits are able to feel things better). I cut them to the length I need and they don't fray too much after that.

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