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ScratchSleeves - a company dedicated to parents of children suffering with skin conditions.
At ScratchSleeves we pride ourselves on having found a genuinely effective alternative to traditional scratch mitts. Our cool, breathable cotton products with naturally antibacterial silk mitts not only prevent damage to sensitive skin but also help heal existing injuries.
Our NEW SuperHero Pyjamas are designed for children aged 4 to 8 years. Using the same cotton and silk combination as our standard lines we added a little fun. And a cape….naturally. Because having eczema shouldn’t mean having boring bedclothes.
If your little SuperHero is too small for our new PJs you can still take part in the giveaway - we’ll send our smaller striped PJs instead (6m to 4y).
The creators of ScratchSleeves know from hard personal experience the trials of parenting a child with severe eczema, and that’s why the company has evolved with such a strong ethos.
Everything we do, and every decision we make is focused on providing an easy, effective solution for our customers because we understand that they are having a rough time. We have a no quibbles guarantee, next day delivery on orders placed before 2pm Monday to Friday and a flexible approach to custom orders and returns or exchanges.
ScratchSleeves are recommended by medical professionals for a wide range of issues including:
- Post surgical healing
- Chicken pox
- Toddler hair pulling
- Thumb sucking
- Nose picking
- Nail biting
- Sensory issues
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