Anti itching cream to treat sunburn, eczema, rashes, poison ivy, chickenpox, and insect bites and stings. 4 oz bottle.
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Topical Hydrocortisone (1%) Cream. For eczema, allergic rashes, psoriasis and certain other inflammatory skin conditions. 1 oz Tubes.
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Choosing the right medical supplies starts with properly outfitting your bathroom and home and car emergency kit with first aids basics, then supplementing with products to manage any specific health needs. Too often, essentials aren’t replaced after being used up, and a minor cut or burn causes a panic because simple home medical supplies aren’t available. Stocking up on medical supplies online means you’re prepared for accidents and minor illnesses as well as better health management. If you are a caregiver, it is especially important to check on medical supplies in your loved one’s home and to properly outfit them if they downsize to a new home or senior residence.
Medical supplies also include devices that allow you to better manage specific medical conditions at home. Once you have buying guidelines from your medical team, you can choose the right home medical supplies online to be sure you have all recommended items:
Here you'll find a selection of topical creams to relieve the symptoms of eczema (atopic dermatitis) and other skin conditions that cause rashes, cracking, edema, dryness and/or itching among other uncomfortable side effects. The Eczema Cream by Curad's active ingredient is Hydrocortisone, which is a steroid that also treats allergic rashes, psoriasis and other conditions that cause inflammation. Calamine lotion is another familiar anti-itch option that also has multiple usages via its combined active ingredients of zinc and iron oxide. It also relieves mild sunburn, poison ivy, chickenpox and bug bites, plus, its astringent properties help dry out blisters and acne abscesses. Our generic anti-itch/allergy cream is comparable to Benadryl, in both ingredients and application. It also utilizes zinc (acetate) for its skin protection properties along with diphenhydramine hydrochloride, which is an antihistamine.