A scientist demonstrates a new cream which protects hands from dermatitis. Innoxa laboratory.
New hand protection cream.
Innoxa Laboratory, London.
M/S of a scientist in Innoxa laboratory putting ointment on hands and rubbing it in. He picks up bottle of engine oil, pours onto his hands and rubs well in. M/S as he puts hand in bowl of water, the oil comes off and he shakes his hands. The cream acts as a barrier and helps those with dermatitis. M/S as he takes his hands (now clean) out of bowl and wipes on towel. M/S as he finishes wiping hands and walks to bench. C/U of his face. C/U as he puts tar on finger with stick, then puts finger in jug of water. The tar comes off and finger comes out of tube, quite clean. M/S as he dries his hands, rubs in more ointment, and takes a piece of zinc from bench and bends it. He puts it in a bowl of spirits of salts where it fizzes. He puts his hands in but they are fine.