Girl's face framed by her hands wearing white Remedywear kids gloves.
Boy making binocular eyes with his black Remedywear gloves for eczema.
Black Remedywear gloves for eczema on fingers treatment.
White Remedywear gloves for eczema on fingers treatment.

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Remedywear (TENCEL + Zinc) Eczema Gloves for Kids

Sale price$29.99

Eczema Gloves for Kids

Finding an easy and effective hand eczema treatment can be tricky for active toddlers or kids with the frustrating urge to itch. With these gloves, you'll find treating eczema on hands a breeze! These Remedywear Gloves are specially designed for eczema on fingers, nails, and palms with a stretchy fit that extends just past the wrists. When sensitive, broken skin is left open and unprotected, it can be further irritated or become infected. Remedywear gloves wrap hands in soft, breathable fabric that fits like a second skin and provides soothing relief.

These thin, but durable gloves can be worn as a hand eczema treatment day or night with natural moisture-wicking properties that prevent chafing. Plus, the perfect amount of latex-free elastane keeps the hypoallergenic gloves in place without sliding off or rubbing sensitive eczema on hands. Although the TENCEL plus zinc-embedded fabric is clinically proven to improve eczema and reduce itching [1] on its own, you can also boost the effectiveness by pairing these gloves with your favorite hand cream to treat eczema on fingers, palms, nails, and more. 

These eczema gloves for kids are meant for treating the skin, not to prevent scratching. If scratching and rubbing is a big concern, consider the Kid's Fingerless Gloves instead which treat the hands and wrists, but without the more delicate fingertip fabric.

Remedywear is 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days of purchase.

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


[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.