The only ones like them.
My kiddo has been wearing these gloves for three years. We've been through many pairs despite the very high cost. Mainly because we have not found anything like them that:
1) come in such small sizes (my 4yo still wears the 1-2year size)
2) is soft enough that will not irritate my kid's super sensitive and rash-covered hands and
3) my kid will keep them on.
We use them for wet-wrapping at night and to protect my kid's hands from their own scratching during the day. The gloves do get dirty super fast (I mean they're white and a toddler is wearing them after all.) We hand-wash daily and cycle through about 4-5 pairs every 2-3 months depending on how bad our condition is. FYI, once dirty, they do not ever get "white" again unless perhaps if you use an SLS-detergent. We do not.
Have they miraculously made my kid's hand eczema go away like in the photos on the product page? No, but they do protect their super sensitive skin from irritation and makes wet wrapping a lot faster than using gauze at night.
We hope that as Tencel becomes more common in the consumer clothing industry, it will become a little bit more affordable. And perhaps by then we won't even need them anymore.