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!
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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.
Latest News from ReSkin
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
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!
ReSkin beyond Feet – Testimonial for use with a CPAP Machine Mask!
“My husband requires the use of a CPAP machine as he suffers from sleep apnea. The nose mask was causing a large sore on the bridge of his nose so I decided to try ReSkin to protect his nose! It works! No sore, no snore!” The lady who wrote to us added how great it was to […]
ReSkin at Around the Bay 2014
Around the Bay 2014 For those coming to Hamilton next weekend to run in the Around the Bay Road Race, look for our booth at this years Expo at the First Ontario Centre (formerly Copps Coliseum). We will be displaying some other interesting stuff, so please leave time when you pick up your race packet […]
No Evidence of Dehydration with Moderate Daily Coffee Intake: A Counterbalanced Cross-Over Study in a Free-Living Population
Found the article interesting in the most recent copy of Canadian Running that I just received… especially as a coffee drinkers with a running problem! The article relates to a research study published this year in PLOS ONE from Sophie C. Killer, Andrew K. Blannin and Asker E. Jeukendrup out of the University of Birmingham in Britain, and concludes that […]
ReSkin will be at the following Shows
For runners at the “Niagara Falls International Marathon” this coming weekend and the “Hamilton Road2Hope Marathon’ the weekend after, look out for us at a booth at the Expos!
Peter Oyler’s assault on RAAM 2013
A big supporter of ReSkin is out to test his limits at this years RAAM. Here I am passing on a message from Quentin Broad who is updating on Peter’s progress toward the start of the grueling race. “It was exciting to see Peter’s profile on the home page of RAAM. Have a read: […]