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Home > Illness & Symptoms > Skin > Poison Ivy, Oak, Sumac
Approximately 85% of people will get intensely itchy, blistering rashes after coming into contact with poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac. These rashes are caused by urushiol, a type of oil that is found in all three of these poisonous plants. Because it takes several weeks for these rashes to go away, you may want to use some over-the-counter products and at-home-remedies for symptom relief.

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  • Calamine Anti-Itch Lotion (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 6 oz.
  • $3.89

  • Anti-Itch Cream, Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride 2% (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 1 oz.
  • $2.99

  • Anti-Itch Cream, Hydrocortisone 1% Plus 12 Moisturizers (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 1oz
  • $3.89

  • Anti-Itch Spray (Ivy Dry Super), 6 oz.
  • $9.99

  • Extra Strength Anti-Itch Cream (Benadryl), 1 oz.
  • $4.76

  • Original Strength Anti-itch Cream, (Benadryl), 1 oz.
  • $4.44

  • Caldyphen Anti-Itch Lotion (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 6 oz.
  • $3.65

  • Medicated Poison Ivy Scrub (Tecnu), 4 oz.
  • $11.76

  • Clear Caldyphen Analgesic/Skin Protectant Lotion (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 6 oz.
  • $3.56

  • Poison Ivy/Oak Tablets (Hylands), 50 Tablets
  • $5.38

  • Anti-itch Ointment, (Calmoseptine), 4 oz
  • $6.55

  • Anti-Itch Cream, Hydrocortisone 1% (Fougera), 1 oz
  • $5.60

  • Poison Ivy, Oak, Sumac Skin Cleanser (Tecnu), 4 oz
  • $5.04

  • Anti-itch Spray, (Itch-X), 2 oz.
  • $5.53

  • Anti-Itch Continuous Spray (Ivy Dry Super), 3 oz.
  • $6.65

  • Phenolated Calamine Lotion (Good Neighbor Pharmacy), 6 oz.
  • $3.33

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