School Bus Mechanics Turn to a Beauty Product to Get Them Back to Work
According to Jenny Lynn Fogle, Owner of Palmetto Specialty Products inColumbia, S.C., who works closely with these men, "They have cracked-openhands, bleeding, chapped to the point they can't even hold a tool their handsare so messed up."
Bill Stubbs, a 30 year bus mechanic from Florence, says, "As a mechanic,you would think that all that oil and grease on your hands is going to keepthem smooth, but it doesn't. Our hands are sore and cracked. If it gets realbad, we miss work."
Fogle worked with Charleston, S.C. based skin care company, L'Athene,whose founders are registered nurses and skin care specialists. Together theydeveloped a protocol for bus shop mechanics in South Carolina, to use productsfor their hands, on a trial basis.
"It worked and it worked quickly," said Fogle. "I was so surprised, andthe men were amazed. You could see a significant difference in their handswithin three days."
Created by two nurses who worked at Johns Hopkins with burn patients,L'Athene started as an anti-aging skincare line and has unexpectedly found itsway to create healthy hands for bus mechanics and health care professionalswho frequently handwash. These nurses are nourishing lives in a whole new way.
Now, these mechanics are back to work thanks to the rapid treatment fromL'Athene.
Used in numerous hospitals, high-end spas and several department stores,L'Athene's all-natural formulations are power-packed with vitamins, minerals,proteins and fatty acids for extraordinary results. Crafted for purity fromstart to finish, without man-made chemicals, resulting in healthy, radiant,beautiful skin for all skin types, including aging and challenged skin.
For more information: www.lathene.com
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