October 28, 2022

Gloves for People with Latex Allergies

Gloves for People with Latex Allergies

Latex allergies became increasingly common in the 1980s and 1990s, and today approximately one percent of the  population is said to be suffering from a latex allergy or intolerance. While symptoms of Type IV latex allergy include itchy rashes, Type I is associated with swelling, difficulty breathing, asthma, nausea and other symptoms that can potentially be even life threatening.

If you are part of the one percent suffering from a latex allergy, you know the best way to stay safe is to avoid products made with latex altogether. Unfortunately, disposable gloves are one of the items most often associated with an allergic reaction, so it is especially important to always double-check if they are truly latex-free. Here at Vtrust we've already done our share of research, so we can safely advise which pair of Latex-Free Gloves is the best choice if you are trying to steer clear of latex in all forms.

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