Ivy Block

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Helps prevent poison ivy rash when used before exposure. The only FDA approved, pre-exposure, non-prescription product on the market.

- Vargo Outdoors

Description of Ivy Block 1oz BottleIvyBlock is a safe, effective, non-allergenic over-the-counter lotion that really works, really well. And, its as simple to use as sunblock. Just rub it on your skin before you go outdoors and youre protected for hours. The secret ingredient Its Bentoquatam, a patented substance that actually absorbs urushiolthe incredibly irritating oil thats the most common cause of allergic contact dermatitis in Americabefore it irritates the skin. So this summer and spring, fall and winter since poison plants are active year-round instead of stocking up on scrubs and treatments that are all washed up by comparison, use the only truly proven pre-exposure preventative against poison oak, ivy and sumac rashIvyBlock. And for total control, add IvyBlock Complete kit to your medicine cabinet to help eliminate all the ugly effects of urushiol. The only FDA-approved product thats clinically proven to help prevent poison oak, ivy and sumac rashes before they start. Features1 oz bottle

- US Outdoor Store

Prepare yourself for nasty assaults by vicious vegetation with the Ivy Complete Kit from Adventure Medical Kits. You'll have an arsenal of protection at hand with a bottle of Ivy Block cream, a pack of Ivy Cleanse wipes, and a bottle of Ivy Soothe cream.

- Mountain Gear

Ivy Block Lotion helps prevent poison ivy rash when used before exposure. The only FDA approved, pre-exposure, non-prescription product on the market. PRODUCT FEATURES: One ounce bottle

- Appalachian Outdoors

The only FDA-approved product that's clinically proven to help prevent poison oak, ivy and sumac rashes when applied before contact.

- EMS

Ivy Block

previously retailed for:
$3.99 - $24.99

The Ivy Block is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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