derma-glove® origins come from a remediation and restoration service group, Decontamination Restoration Service (DRS), which is operated by derma-glove® founder Lisa Levison. The exposure to cross-contamination within an enclosed environment has become an ever-increasing threat and has been the main focus of DRS since its inception. With clients such as Lockheed-Martin, Coca-Cola, and the Georgia Aquarium, DRS reached the pinnacle of their industry by focusing on decontamination within delicate environments. Ms. Levison was able to restore contaminated environments, but how could she protect the individuals who had to enter these environments daily?
DRS concentrates on EPA registered surface and air disinfectants, but the CDC estimates that up to 80% of infectious diseases are passed along by the hands. With this knowledge, and with recent exponential growth in the waterless hand sanitizer and alternative hand hygiene solution market, DRS spun-off DG in order to create and market a FDA product that would protect users throughout the day from hand-acquired infectious diseases.
Today, properly protecting one’s self is something that can now be controlled, and the prevention of cross-contamination is now in the hands of the individual with derma-glove®: