Skinnies - You'll notice the difference!
Seamfree™ technology means no compromising
on comfort or style and and provide more
freedom to move
Skinnies - You'll notice the difference!
Dermatological Safe Washing Powder and Liquids
Good for the environment and yet still tough on stains even at
today's low temperature washes
Skinnies - WEB
Innovative range of garments for patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Skinnies - You'll notice the difference!
Dermasock for Diabetic and Vascular conditions, designed with your comfort in mind. Can also benefit sufferes of Eczema and other skin conditions.
Skinnies - You'll notice the difference!
Available on the NHS and for the whole family
Choose Skinnies for your family today
Skinnies
Viscose
perfect for
wearing with
creams and salves
Skinnies
Silk
anti-microbial material for added
protection
Skinnies
WEB
Specialist garments
for dressing
retention
Skinnies
Dermasock
Socks especially designed for Diabetes sufferers
Skinnies
Laundry
sensitive on skin, powerful on cleaning
NHS

firstAid
Skinnies have developed a range of Therapeutic Clothing Products that help aid recovery from Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin conditions. Our garments are completely seamless, utilising technologically advanced yarns that are designed to be anti-irritant.

Skinnies are high quality, robust garments for every day and wear and tear, with a combination of colour, style and comfort, which belies a serious medical purpose. All our therapeutic clothing is
Available on Prescription
BB_Butterfly_photowayneButterflys & Bandages is a Non Profit Organization founded to help raise funds for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) Research and Family Support.
www.butterflysandbandages.org/

Testimonals
  • "I was sceptical at first as Skinnies were new on the market and they looked very expensive, however, after giving some samples to parents to try the feedback, was very positive. They last..."
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  • "my son who is 5 was bullied at school and thanks to Skinnies, it has pretty much stopped, he is so happy he wrote a letter to his nurse to thank her for giving him..."
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  • "My child (11 yr old), Zach suffers from severe epidermolysis bullosa. I have been looking for what seems like forever for your WEB crotchless shorts. We live in the USA. Wound care is..."
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  • "Our dermatology nurse swapped my Emma to Skinnies in pink, because she refused to wear the other tops, bedtime was a nightmare. They're  really soft and comfortable and she actually wants..."
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Blog Posts
  • " Beeswax is a natural product produced made by busy bees that turn it into honeycombs, but humans make good use of it too. In medicine you can find beeswax used for relieving pain, lowering..."
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  • " Many doctors will prescribe hydrocortisone products to help you to take care of your eczema. The products come in lots of different forms such as gels and creams and they are quite common, they..."
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  • " It's difficult to know whether the sunshine will have a positive or negative effect on your or your child's eczema. In general, as many forms of eczema are made worse with stress, the..."
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  • " Some people find their eczema becomes more manageable in the summer months. The NHS website says that eczema is often worse during colder periods and less problematic during warmer periods of..."
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  • " Epidermolysis Bullosa patients require bandages in order to protect their areas of broken skin. In the past carers and patients would have to rely upon flat and tubular bandages, but these came..."
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  • " If you have eczema you'll already know that there are often triggers you need to be aware of. These triggers differ from person to person, but there are some that tend to cause problems for..."
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  • " On May 1st  2014 we launched the brand new children's WEB garment, the new addition to our WEB product range.  The WEB garments are designed for patients with Epidermolysis..."
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  • " There are all sorts of reasons why you might be experience eczema on the hands (also known as hand dermatitis). First of all it could simply be down to your genetics as is often the case...."
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  • "Nurses, academics, a fashion designer, a knitwear factory and digital pen and data processing company are about as diverse an alliance as you're likely to get working on a medical research..."
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  • " Not everyone is keen on using steroid based creams and ointments and some people find they are not compatible with their skin. In these cases alternative treatments are often considered. ..."
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