To the Editor:—
Hail to the masters of serendipity! Let The Journal record, not a great discovery, but a small boon which adds a touch of elegance to everyday office practice and mitigates a common nuisance.
Every housewife knows that with the coming of cold weather her chronically wet hands will become rough, red, uncomfortable, and perhaps fissured. The medical practitioner who washes his hands frequently will also find his hands becoming...