Aloe-infused gloves keep hands warm and soft

  • By Andrea Brown, Herald Writer
  • Friday, December 13, 2013 2:14pm
  • Life

Here’s a two-fisted way to bear the moisture-sucking winter.

Try gloves infused with aloe vera and Vitamin E that continually moisturize hands. The soft gloves are stretchy and work just like regular gloves outdoors. Earth Therapeutics claims the gloves moisturize through 20 washings. After that, they’ll still keep your hands warm. The gloves are made of 97 percent nylon and 3 percent Spandex.

For tootsies, moisturizing slipper socks are available. For more information, go to

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