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DermaSilk Knitted Silk Tubular sleeve (2 Pack)

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DermaSilk Knitted Silk Tubular sleeve (2 Pack)
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DermaSilk® Knitted Silk Tubular Sleeves provide a stable moisture balance and helping stop dry skin, itching and scratching. These sleeves can be used to cover either your elbows or your knees. They come in two sizes and are made of 98% DermaSilk plus 2% lycra. Although the sleeves contain 2% lycra the individual lycra fibres are spun with a double helix of DermaSilk® threads around them. This means that
when the lycra stretches, it remains fully encased in DermaSilk® and out of contact with the skin.
 
Supplied By Medical Dressings Ltd a registered Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency (MHRA) wholesaler. We only supply top quality products that are used by many healthcare professionals and the NHS.
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