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"... ReSkin is perfect. I had a lot of irritation problems during the summer, and since I've been using ReSkin the irritation is gone. I always use it ..."

Whatever you do, your skin
can be damaged by friction.


Friction from Clothes, Shoes or Equipment can cause Irritation, Chafing or Blistering when you, for example;
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ReSkin has been specifically designed to help relieve this stress and friction and prevent blistering.

Created for everyday use, it acts as a second skin, relieving friction. It is virtually pain-free to remove from the skin, and it's washable - allowing it to be used more than once!

The solution you've been waiting for ...

What is ReSkin?

ReSkin is a re-usable bandage based on a medical coating. ReSkin is a Lycra® weave material with a soft silicone gel adhesive coated onto one side. These two elements give ReSkin its unique benefits of reducing friction, pain-free removal and re-usability.

How does ReSkin work?

The bi-elasticity of the product (two-directional stretch) creates relief from rubbing by transferring it. Friction now takes place between the ReSkin and the other materials rather than on the skin. It therefore acts like an artificial layer of skin.

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Two endurance runs for you in May to enjoy!

Sat. May 9th – Seaton Trail, Pickering (15K, 25K, 50K) The venue of the Seaton Trail is very scenic and the time of year that the race is held, usually finds the race course in full bloom of Trilliums. This race is the closest to Toronto out of all the Ontario Ultra Series races. http://www.seatontrailrace.com/ […]

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Pick Your Poison 12.5k, 25k OR 50k Race

Just two weeks to go till the Pick Your Poison race. Saturday, April 25th 2015 Pick Your Poison Trail Run is a challenging 12.5 K loop through the beautiful hills of Horseshoe Valley. Distances include 12.5K, 25 K and 50 K. The course consists of approximately 98% off-road terrain made up of a combination of […]

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A Run with Real Meaning

Hamilton: April 11th 2015 – The Blarney Walk Run. 6.93k or 10-4k If you are looking for a run with meaning beyond doing just a personal best, check out www.Blarneyrun.ca and help “to raise awareness in the areas of Mental Health, PTSD, Occupational Stress, Addictions, Depression and fight the stigma associated to these issues. We […]

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Running may lower risk of Parkinson’s disease

From Canadian Running Magazine The benefits late in life of being a runner keep piling up. A new, extensive study of the Swedish National March Cohort found that a medium amount to daily physical activity lowers the risk of developing Parkinson’s later in life, though the results varied between men and women. Read the full […]

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SHOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR TREADMILL WORKOUT

Making the most of your time indoors on the treadmill when the temps are cold outside When the weather outside is frightful many endurance athletes turn to treadmill workouts to maintain fitness in the comfort of their local gym or even at home. Here are five tips from GET OUT THERE magazine to optimize your […]

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What to do if you have a reaction to poison ivy

Nice article from the “Hamilton Spectator” on the dangers and tricks to getting rid of the oil from poison ivy that causes rash. Gives a shout out to Tecnu… available at MEC or on-line at www.Tecnu.ca. http://www.thespec.com

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Health: Six Steps for Bottom Bliss

Tried, Tested and True! Here is a great article in BikeRadar by Nik Cook who has done is own testing of various methods of preventing soreness from “the saddle”. Check out his article and find out which method of protection worked best. ReSkin available through purchase at www.ReSkin.ca Enjoy you time in the saddle!  

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