Benefit to User

LOW DERMA™ glove formula focuses on 3 core benefits

Derma Friendly

The first Derma-Friendly nitrile glove Formula

Caters to users who are prone to glove-related allergies.
Helps reduce the sensitised skin conditions from worsening due to commonly known allergens:

Chemical Accelerators (Thiurams, Thiazoles, Carbamates) induced Type IV Allergy

Natural rubber latex protein induced Type I Allergy

This formula is also known for its Clean and Safe glove formation attribute which reduces the amount of glove residuals in the finished product. The improved film formation technology minimises the risks of the non-sensitised users from developing glove-induced allergies (Delayed-Type Hypersensitivity) and sensitisation caused by other irritants trapped in residuals over time.


Backed by clinical tests that comply with international standards and regulatory requirements

Modified Draize-95 (View Results) is a clinical test carried out on not less than 200 carefully selected test subjects required by U.S. FDA for submission in order to obtain the 510(K) clearance to use the Low Dermatitis Potential Claim.

Dermatest 5-Star Guarantee Seal by renowned independent German Dermatology Institute.

Verified by Nelson Laboratories.

LOW DERMA™ Formula meets the material safety requirement of California Proposition 65 and REACH-ECHA European Union and does not have additional ingredients that are carcinogenic or causes allergies and irritation to the skin:

  • Plasticisers (Phthalates)
  • Chemical Accelerators
  • Free-form Sulphur
  • Nitrosamine Residuals
  • Protein in Natural Rubber Latex

Enhanced Design

A glove formula that recreates the feel of a 2nd skin

Up to 20% better elongation ability throughout the glove’s shelf life


  • Nitrile A, B & C – using conventional nitrile formula.
  • Elongation (EB) – to test glove deformation percentage at maximum expansion.
  • Real-Time – Based on the actual shelf-life ageing duration.

Offers nitrile glove quality and performance of fresh nitrile gloves throughout its shelf-life.


  • Force At Break (FAB) – based on EN standard with a minimum of 6 Newton.
  • Tensile – based on U.S. standard with a minimum of 18 Mpa (unaged) and 14 MPa (aged).
  • The FAB & Tensile test is to determine the maximum force or stress required to cause the glove film to break.
  • Real-Time – Based on actual shelf life ageing duration.