Poison Ivy and Oak Treatment

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Poison ivy, oak and sumac rash is commonly misunderstood but knowing two simple facts will help you find relief fast using the best treatment for poison ivy that can be found over-the-counter. First, you must remove any remaining rash-causing oil, urushiol, to contain a rash from spreading and allowing your body to begin the healing process. Second, you need an effective anti-itch treatment to relieve the miserable rash symptoms. Tecnu has you covered in both the oil-removing and rash-symptom relief steps for complete poison ivy treatment.

Begin with a poison ivy wash or soap to remove the rash-causing oil:

Follow with an anti-itch treatment to relieve itching, oozing and other symptoms:

Our anti-itch treatments can be used to relieve other minor rashes and topical irritations such as insect bites, sunburns, and allergens.

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