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Ansell Protects HC111003 Triple Active Gel 30ml

Ansell Protects HC111003 Triple Active Gel 30ml

Ansell

Triple Active Gel combines physical barrier protection with the patented complex of Deb Active Defence Molecules and Aluminium. 30ml Tube.

Code: HC111003

Ansell

£2.55 Each (ex. VAT)

£3.06 inc. VAT
Size 30ml
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Ansell Protects HC111003 Triple Active Gel 30ml

This innovation in occupational skin care science has been specially developed using Deb Stoko Technology for workers wearing mechanical, chemical and single use gloves in any workplace environment. Triple Active Gel combines physical barrier protection with the patented complex of Deb Active Defence Molecules and Aluminium. Anti-Allergen helps stop common workplace allergens, which are known to cause allergic skin reactions and allergic dermatitis, from being absorbed into the skin. Anti-Perspirant improves glove wearing comfort by significantly reducing sweating under gloves, the main cause of discomfort, skin softening and glove dampness leading to unpleasant malodours. Anti-Irritant helps block and neutralise acidic and alkaline substances that can cause skin irritation and lead to irritant dermatitis.

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Manufacturer Ansell
Manufacturer Code HC111003

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