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White Remedywear mittens for eczema on a white background.

YoRo Naturals

Remedywear™ (TENCEL + Zinc) BABY Mittens

Sale price$7.50 Regular price$29.99
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Size:12-24M
Color:White

Anti Scratch Baby Mittens

Protect your baby’s sensitive skin with a safe solution that soothes the urge to itch with Remedywear™ eczema mittens for babies. These psoriasis and eczema mittens for babies are made with soft, silky TENCEL and anti-bacterial zinc fibers that are clinically [1] proven to reduce itchiness and improve quality of sleep. The soft fabric is doubled up for thick protection against scratching, but still lets the skin breathe. These anti scratch baby mittens offer soothing comfort and eczema relief.

These super soft anti scratch baby mittens can be used for newborns up to two years old. Easily adjust the size to fit by stretching the soft, long straps and tying them at the right length. No rough hook and loop fasteners to scratch your baby's skin. When adjusted correctly, the mittens for eczema should stay firmly in place without being too tight.

See the full line of Remedywear for babies to adults here.

What Makes Remedwear Unique

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee or your money back within 30 days.
  • Dermatologist Recommended.
  • Contains soothing, moisture wicking TENCEL.
  • Contains anti-bacterial, anti-odor, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory Zinc Oxide.
  • Fibers improve sleep quality and itchy skin when worn consecutively for three nights[1].
  • Moisture-wicking sweat control.
  • Stretchy, snug second skin fit.
  • Hypoallergenic, latex-free elastane.
  • Oeko-tex standard 100 and Step by Oeko-tex.
  • Eco-friendly packaging and tags.
  • Sustainably made in Portugal.

References:

[1] Wiegand, 2013, Skin-protective effects of a zinc oxide-functionalized textile and its relevance for atopic dermatitis. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol; 6: 115–121. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3656624/