Tecnu Calagel Anti-Itch Gel

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Stays where you put it. The clear, hydrocortisone-free antihistamine gel dries quickly, leaving an invisible, anti-itch skin protectant shield on your tender skin.

- CampSaver.com

If you have been exposed to poison ivy, oak or sumac you should thoroughly clean up with Tecnu Outdoor Skin Cleanser as soon as possible after exposure to unlock and remove the poison oils that cause your rash. If the rash has appeared, use Calagel to stop the itching, dry the oozing, reduce the swelling, and help avoid possible infection. Calagel also relieves the pain and itching of skin allergies, insect bites, rashes, and minor burns and skin irritations. It dries quickly, leaving an invisible, anti-itch skin protectant shield on your skin. Size: 5.75 in. x 1.75 in. Net wt. 6 fl. oz.Tecnu Outdoor Skin Cleanser removes poison oak, sumac and ivy oils that cause rash and itching. Its unique waterless cleansing formula has been proven to remove the cause of the irritating itch and spreading rash, the poison plants' oil, Urushiol. Tecnu has become standard issue in first aid kits of outdoor professionals across the country. Ingredients: Deodorized mineral spirits, water, propylene glycol, octylphenoxy-polyethoxyethanol, mixed fatty acid soap and fragrance. Size: 3.75 oz. x 1.35 in.Net wt. 2 fl. oz.

- Campmor

Tecnu Calagel Anti-Itch Gel

previously retailed for:
$6.99 - $8.95

The Tecnu Calagel Anti-Itch Gel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 2, 2017 at EMS.

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