Infection prevention

Accelerator-free gloves to avoid chemical-related sensitivities

Hypoallergenic gloves manufactured without the chemicals commonly known as accelerators (thiurams mercaptobenzothiazole, diphenylthiourea, diphenyl guanidine, dithiocarbamates) could literally be career saving for healthcare professionals who suffer from allergic reactions.

Biogel® NeoDerm® gloves are made from a synthetic polychloroprene materials and provide allergy sufferers with a sterile surgical glove option. Click here to visit the Biogel® NeoDerm® product page.

Recommended for use in all surgical procedures and appropriate when chemical sensitivities are a concern for patients or clinicians

Feature a beaded cuff for extra security, a curved finger design and a smooth surface

Powder-free and latex-free

The proof to back it up

No allergic reactions

A clinical study on 25 prediagnosed Type IV allergy participants found no reactions when using Biogel® NeoDerm®1.

Help is at hand for allergy sufferers

The Biogel® NeoDerm® surgical glove is safe for healthcare professionals susceptible to allergic contact dermatitis (Type IV allergic reactions) and to chemical additives, and it minimizes the possibility of glove-related latex protein sensitization.

Safety first with Biogel®

Every Biogel® glove (100%) is air-inflation tested and visually inspected for quality and user confidence. There is AQL freedom from holes in an industry-leading 0.652 after packaging and sterilization. Biogel® is proven to have the lowest glove failure rate among major competitors. Non-Biogel gloves are at least 3.5 times as likely to fail than Biogel® gloves3.

Reduce costly allergies and post-operative complications

Allergies do not just affect the sufferer physically. A hypoallergenic glove free from accelerators, latex and powder may reduce unnecessary costs and suffering, including post-operative powder related complications.


  1. Report 090250-304 Negative Skin Sanitization; Test December 11, 2009. Bio Science Labs Inc.
  2. 0.65 AQL for freedom from holes ASTM D3577, Test Method D5151.
  3. In Use Surgical Glove Failure Rate Comparison. Study G009-005.2009. Data on file.
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