The disposable gloves available on the market differ based on the material used. In particular, for our gloves, we can make a micro distinction between:
- latex gloves, which are mainly used by physicians and dentists and in the aesthetic and cosmetic fields. These gloves stand out for their elasticity (rubber isolated from latex immediately assumes the shape of your hand when you insert it and its original shape when you take it off, regardless of the pressure and stretch you apply), sensitivity, and water-tightness. These gloves are low cost and ensure tear and perforation resistance. And are biodegradable.
- nitrile gloves stand out for their elasticity, mechanical and chemical resistance, sensitivity, and ergonomics. That’s why they are the best choice. Their micro rough surface, tactile sensitivity, perfect hand fitting, and the absence of powder makes these gloves suitable for being used in the medical field. People allergic to the proteins of natural latex can find an excellent alternative in this type of disposable gloves, which are more expensive and tensile- and perforation-resistant compared to latex gloves. However, they ensure protection even against aggressive chemicals.
Prices are tax included