Insect bites and poison oak and ivy are nothing new to anyone who spends time outdoors. Sooner or later something is going to bite you or you are going to rub up against a plant that causes a skin rash. The results of direct contact can be itching, red streaks, redness, small bumps, hives, or end up with blister filled with fluid that may leak out. It’s all part of being in the outdoors, but the negative effects of these minor skin conditions can be relieved with Anti-Itch Cream™ by Redneck Remedy.
Redneck Remedy (www.redneckremedy.com) was developed by a pharmacist to kill the itch quickly and maintain its effectiveness long after it’s applied. The proprietary blend of over five ingredients absorbs in about five minutes to the skin before fully being effective in relieving the pain and itching.
Redneck Remedy Anti-itch Cream can be used to treat everything from poison oak and ivy, fire ant stings, insect bites, eczema, psoriasis and shingles. It comes in a small, easy to carry 2 ounce bottle that can fit in a hiker’s backpack, angler’s storage compartment in the boat, tackle box, pants pocket or almost anywhere there is room.
Individuals who spent a lot of time in the outdoors like anglers or hunters have an increased possibility of coming in contact with poison oak and ivy. The itching and painful rashes of poison ivy and oak is caused by the contact with the oil called urushiol found in the plants leaves, stems, flowers, berries and roots. The best way to avoid dealing with the itching and painful rash of poison ivy or oak is to keep away from it. Identifying these plants and keeping your distance is the best prevention available.
I didn’t think that fire ants were all that bad until I went to Lake Fork in Texas and had my first experience with them. Not knowingly during one of our breaks from fishing this renowned southern reservoir, I happened to stand on one of the fire ant’s anthill. The pain from the numerous bites were followed by what can only be described as shuffling by me and other anglers LTBOAM (Laughing Their Butts Off At Me). The bites of a fire ant normally result in both pain and itching. Over-the-counter after bite products like Redneck Remedy Anti-itch Cream will relieve the symptoms of fire ant bites.
If fire ants aren’t enough, mosquitoes are another bug that can make going outside an itchy situation. Sometimes bug spray repellant just doesn’t work and the mosquitoes just bite you away. After they do, one sure way to relieve the itching is applying Redneck Remedy Anti-itch Cream to the bite area.
Direction: Adults and children 2 years of age and older: Apply to affected area not more than 3- to 4-times daily. Children under 2 years of age should seek the advice of a doctor. Warning: Redneck Remedy Anti-itch Cream is for external use only. It shouldn’t be applied to raw skin or blistered areas. Don’t use in or near eyes. This product should be kept out of reach of children.
Anyone going out to the outdoors would be wise to pick up some over-the-counter product that will relieve the pain and itching that can occur when coming in contact with poison ivy or oak, bites from insects or unwisely standing on a fire anthill.
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