Gloves are essential for critical daily responsibilities for a loved one such as sterilizing catheters, changing diapers, providing wound care, and more.
McKesson Confiderm 3.8 Powder-Free Nitrile Gloves
McKesson Confiderm 3.0 Nitrile Exam Gloves, Powder Free
McKesson Confiderm PC Latex Exam Gloves, Powder-Free
McKesson Confiderm 4.5C Nitrile Gloves
McKesson Stretch Vinyl Exam Gloves
McKesson Pink Powder-Free Nitrile Gloves
McKesson NonSterile Vinyl Exam Glove
McKesson Confiderm 3.5C Nitrile Gloves
Cardinal Health Positive Touch Latex Exam Gloves, Powder-Free
Trilon Powder Free Synthetic Vinyl Exam Glove, Clear
Cardinal Health Ambitex Pro Nitrile Examination Glove, Powder-Free, Orange
McKesson Confiderm 3.0 Powder-Free Nitrile Gloves, Blue
Seni Care Personal Care Gloves
McKesson Touch of Life NonSterile Nitrile Exam Glove
Cardinal Health Ambitex Nitrile Select Exam Gloves, Powder-Free, Blue
Cardinal Health Flexal Nitrile Exam Gloves, Powder-Free
McKesson Confiderm Powder Free Gloves, Ivory
When you’re taking care of someone else, things can get messy. That’s why we offer disposable gloves, so you can take care of your loved ones while also caring for your own health and well-being. Whether you’re stocking up your first aid kit or looking for a long-term aid for changing a loved one’s incontinence products, gloves keep you and your loved ones healthy, clean, and protected. Reduce the risk of getting sick or getting messes on your hands with our convenient, disposable gloves!
Why do I need to use gloves?
Disposable gloves are for more than just keeping your hands free of messes. Using gloves while changing incontinence products or taking care of wounds reduces your risk of contracting illness or infections. Not only that, gloves actively protect the person you’re taking care of by keeping the germs on your hands away from their wounds or delicate areas.
How do I choose the right gloves?
There are many kinds of gloves because there are many kinds of caregivers! Choosing the right glove for you depends on your unique needs. Some common glove types include:
Latex gloves are by far the most common choice, latex gloves are made of natural rubber, so they stretch to fit over your hands without compromising touch sensitivity. If you have a latex allergy, consider nitrile or vinyl gloves, instead.
Nitrile gloves are crafted out of a stretchy synthetic material. A common choice at medical facilities, nitrile gloves provide virus and chemical protection, as well as low risk of punctures.
Vinyl gloves are a more affordable option commonly used by the food industry. Cheaper than other options, vinyl gloves aren’t quiet as sturdy, but work well for short-term tasks.
I need to change my loved one’s incontinence products. What products can keep my loved one and me clean and protected?
Gloves are a key component of staying hygienic while caring for loved ones, but other products can help, too. Hygienic wipes on our site are double the size of baby wipes, and often include skin-soothing ingredients like aloe or vitamin E. Looking for other ways to promote your loved one’s skin health? Try our skin and rash care products, designed to protect your loved one’s skin against chafing and rashes.