Aqua® Sensitive waterless wash glove
(Pack of two)
“Infection control” waterless bathing of bedridden and dependent patient.
Particularly suitable for sensitive skin.
This single use, pre-moistened wash glove is designed to deliver a complete bathing of bedridden and dependent patient.
Aqua® Sensitive wash glove allows complete, hygienic bathing without water, soap, rinsing, drying and accessories use (pitcher, bowls, towel …).
Special formula without fragrance particularly suitable for fragile skins.
Aqua® Sensitive waterless wash glove is:
- Made of a very resistant, non-woven embossed material, extremely soft
- Pre-moistened on both sides with a hypoallergenic cleansing lotion*
- Dermatologically tested: it doesn’t contain paraben, alcohol, soap nor parfum.
- Lined with an inner waterproof film, protecting the hand of the caregiver from soiling while minimizing the risk of contamination.
- Ready to use: it can also be heated in the microwave oven for more comfort.
It can be used by nurses, nursing assistants, home caregiver or families for which constitutes a considerable asset.
* formulated to minimize allergic reactions
A complete and fast bathing:
> Without use of water nor soap
> Without basin, rinsing nor drying
> Delicate to the skin
> Secured with the internal protective liner
“All orders of 250.00 SRA or more are eligible for free delivery in main cities (Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam)”
All orders less than 250.00 SAR will be charged 20.00 SAR for delivery
- Sensitive, fragile, atopic skins
- Recommended for:
- Retirement home
- Ideal for bedridden, weak, immunodepressed or incontinent patients, or those who are reluctant to bathing:
- Intensive and palliative care
- Routinely for patients in isolation or in the event of epidemics.
- In case of incontinence: makes it possible to carry out a “small bath”
- In case of decubitus: limits risks of skin irritation
- Hospital :
> Intensive care
> Palliative care
- Home care
- Retirement homes
Publications and recommendations
A study has evaluated “the use of disposable gloves for bathing bedridden patients” and concluded: “Beyond the primary objective of the method, which is to reduce the risk of propagating infection, there is therefore a certain desirability in the use of disposable gloves.”
Delpech, Laura; Dubaele, JM; Dupuis, C; Guyot, F; Evrard, MP; Ducrocq, MA; Dubois, C; Belmekki, M Hygiènes. 2012/09; XX (4): 237-240