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Home remedies for the poison ivy?
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Dr. Louise Andrew
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Wash with brown soap
This must be done right after exposure, or you can use alcohol to wash the affected area immediately.
After the rash appears, this could hurt. Use oatmeal compress or bath for itching. You might need to use benadryl (diphenhydramine).

In brief: Wash with brown soap
This must be done right after exposure, or you can use alcohol to wash the affected area immediately.
After the rash appears, this could hurt. Use oatmeal compress or bath for itching. You might need to use benadryl (diphenhydramine).
Dr. Louise Andrew
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology
In brief: Poison ivy
Potato is used for a variety of skin treatments like skin lightening, sunburn relief, and for many other inflammatory conditions.
It is also one of the commonly used ingredients in home remedies for poison ivy rashes. Simply blend a potato in a mixer or blender until it is completely mashed into a pasty blob. Apply the paste over the skin that is affected. Do this as frequently as possible to redu.

In brief: Poison ivy
Potato is used for a variety of skin treatments like skin lightening, sunburn relief, and for many other inflammatory conditions.
It is also one of the commonly used ingredients in home remedies for poison ivy rashes. Simply blend a potato in a mixer or blender until it is completely mashed into a pasty blob. Apply the paste over the skin that is affected. Do this as frequently as possible to redu.
Dr. Michael Fisher
Dr. Michael Fisher
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