Personal protective equipment (PPE) is no longer only used by those working in industrial settings to protect against toxic chemicals and fumes or medical professionals treating HIV or other infectious diseases. The Covid-19 crisis has made PPE a critical gear for a wide range of frontline healthcare workers who step out of their homes everyday […]

Personal protective equipment (PPE) can become the cause of facial skin irritation and injury if you are wearing it for long periods of time without any barrier between your skin and the PPE. Here are some of the suggested solutions that will help you avoid PPE skin damage and continue performing the exemplary work that […]