If you want to rule out if it's the latex, you can purchase your own latex free gloves to see if it helps. If it doesn't then it can be from what you stated. It's all a matter of elimination to find the culprit. If the red bumps continue you should see a doctor because it can be a skin infection (fungal) which would require medication. Fungal infections thrive on moist warm environments.
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