Dermatuff use Kevlar® by DuPont™, as used in body armour, and are patent protected.
Kevlar® is used to make Dermatuff products safe and cut resistant, the perfect material for protecting thin skin. It’s lightweight, durable and extraordinarily strong.
We offer Thin Skin Protection Socks and Thin Skin Protection Sleeves for fragile skin that is prone to skin tears and bruises. Our thin skin protection products enable thin skin sufferers to go about their daily routine with greater confidence and enjoy more freedom when it comes to their activities.
“Warm in Winter, cool in Summer.”
Our range is for men and women. We have different sizes available with a size chart on the product page to help you decide which size is suitable for you. To purchase, simply go to our shop and select the product. Choose the colour you prefer, your desired size and then click ‘add to basket’. To checkout, click ‘view basket’ and go through to the checkout to enter your billing and shipping details.
We provide a simple, comfortable and flexible protective system for those vulnerable to the risk of skin tears as a result of their age, physical or medical condition. Dermatuff thin skin protectors are design for people that require leg protection and arm protection due to suffering with thin skin that is liable to skin tears and bruises. In addition, some people use them to give themselves additional protection when carrying out leisure activities, like gardening. Our thin skin protectors are CE marked Class 1 Medical Devices. This means they have been clinically evaluated and proved to work as intended.
Our products were created originally to help with a problem most prevalent in the elderly, who may become at increasing risk of injury and loss of confidence due to fragile and weak skin. However, anyone affected by fragile skin or anyone who is easily bruised on the legs or forearms could benefit from Dermatuff socks and sleeves.
Watch the video to hear what Professor Adrian Harris had to say about Dermatuff products in relation to the product trial: STOPCUTS RCT (Randomised Controlled Trial). The STOPCUTS trial was undertaken by Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust (in the UK) and you can read the study here.