Euca Shield Protective Barrier Cream – A powerful hand and body protectant!
Now With Phenoxyethanol, a known effective Bacteriacide
Shield Protective Hand Cream is a multi-function skin cream that repairs and moistens dry, damaged and old skin whilst protecting your skin from the ravages of the elements and your environment such as the dehydrating effects of all day to day products and elements including solvents, water, dirt, detergents, plasters and soaps. This is achieved by leaving an invisible layer of protection – which acts as a barrier to your skin – that does not leave a tacky or sticky feel.
NEW – Shield now also protects your hands from cross-infection by the inclusion of Phenoxyethanol, a powerful biocide that is effective in eliminating germs. Shield repairs your skin with calendula oil, glycerine, cetearyl alcohol, with the aid of calendula officinalis flower extract and natural occurring fats.
This product does not contain any synthetic fragrances, dyes or parabens.
It is designed to protect your hands and skin from harsh solvents, steel, soil, water, cement, and now protects from nasty germs.
Helps: protect, moisturise, rejuvenate, revive, and recondition hands and all skin.
Non-silicone base so its ideal for workers to prevent slippage or leaving greasy marks
A Fragrance Free formula to further help those with allergies!
Ideal for gardeners, mechanics, farmers, painters, and anywhere that requires hand protection – including the office.
Contact us if you need Shield in a larger size.
Ingredients: water, propylene glycol, Glycerine, white oil, cetearyl alcohol, stearic acid, lanolin, stearate, triethanolamine, Phenoxyethanol, calendula officinalis flower extract.
❌ No animals are ever harmed in the process of making Euca products – we love all animals!
❌ No Palm Oil is used in any Euca Products
❌ No Parabens are added
More information about Euca Shield Protective Hand Cream:
The skin on your hands act like a sponge, absorbing everything they touch, so we need a product to add a barrier and protective layer to stop this absorption. Euca Shield Cream is designed to do exactly that. Protecting your hands with a mix that includes organic calendula oil and lanolin that is designed to create an insulating barrier between your skin and all those harsh chemicals you touch each day like grease, fuel, solvents, silicone, cement, bare steel, paint and all other industrial soils. Plus Euca Shield Cream can be used for safe protection of bare hands while working in the earth and with garden products.
Even if you are using gloves, then the need for a Barrier Cream like this still applies, as you will at times be gloveless and have soils entre your gloves. Also gloves generate hot and sweaty skin plus the chemical composition of the gloves themselves can all lead to a dermatitis and or skin infection if not properly protected.
Euca Shield Protective Hand Cream is a non-silicone base so ideal to prevent slippery hands and to remove greasy finger prints on your work, which is ideas for printers and painters.
It’s also the mechanic’s friend as it makes hand cleaning much easier, removing tough grease and oil plus helps prevent skin from drying and cracking.
Apply Euca Shield Protective Hand Cream before work, and or before wearing gloves. Reapply as needed and reuse each time after you wash your hands.
It’s a modern age OH&S necessity that is truly needed in all industrial, workshop, mining, farming and marine environments, but just as versatile and useful around the home as well.
Available in 500ml and 4lt . Also available in 10lt and 20lt sizes to suit your needs. Contact us if you need Shield in a larger size!
– Euca does not make any claim that our products specifically eliminate the current worldwide pandemic problem, but our articles and blogs do outline the best process for the removal of germs through thorough cleaning as well as disinfecting.
– Our Disinfectants and sanitiser have been independently tested to achieve the required elimination rate needed to be a superior product in the Australian market. Feel free to ask us for these reports.