Toss Grandma's pink goo and welcome the instant oasis of relief from Calagel! This maximum-strength anti-itch gel banishes the misery of countless skin woes, such as poison ivy rash, insect bites, and more. No more messy ointments or lingering pink flakes – Calagel dries clear, so you can embrace relief without embarrassment.
Calagel isn't just another anti-itch remedy for poison ivy and poison oak. This powerhouse poison ivy treatment tackles the dreaded itch and inflammation leaving your skin feeling calm and soothed.
Did a swarm of mosquitoes, chiggers, or black flies leave you with itchy welts? Calagel acts fast for effective bug bite relief.
Sunburn got you seeking an ice pack? Calagel brings instant solace.
Calagel is more than just relief, it's freedom. Freedom from the constant urge to scratch, freedom from the discomfort of rashes and burns, and freedom to enjoy life to the fullest. So, ditch the outdated remedies and embrace the Calagel difference:
A superior anti-itch medication with maximum-strength itch relief.
Multi-use, great for poison ivy, oak, sumac, insect bites, sunburn, and minor burns.
Soothes skin irritations.
A better alternative to calamine lotion. It dries clear, leaving no messy residue.
Diphenhydramine HCl 2% - Purpose: topical analgesic
Calagel Medicated Anti-itch Gel is an over-the-counter medication that has a two year expiration date from the day it is manufactured. The date can be found marked near the batch code vertically on the side of the bottle label. It will be marked as "EXP month/year", so for example EXP 6/2018 would expire in June 2018. If you purchase Calagel in a box with a 2 oz. Tecnu Original inside, the expiration date will also be stamped on the bottom of the box.
We are not aware of any side effects of Calagel. However, if you are allergic to sulfites, you could experience: a reaction that can vary from mild to life threatening. The most common symptoms are mild and involve a skin rash accompanied by redness, hives, itching, flushing, tingling, and swelling. Respiratory symptoms include difficulty breathing, wheezing, and stridor. Gastrointestinal reactions involve nausea and stomach cramps. Less common but more serious signs include low blood pressure, shock, extreme difficulty breathing, and loss of consciousness. DO NOT USE Calagel IF ALLERGIC TO SULFITES.
The symptoms of a sulfite reaction vary from mild to life threatening. The most common symptoms are mild and involve a skin rash accompanied by redness, hives, itching, flushing, tingling, and swelling. Respiratory symptoms include difficulty breathing, wheezing, and stridor. Gastrointestinal reactions involve nausea and stomach cramps. Less common but more serious signs include low blood pressure, shock, extreme difficulty breathing and loss of consciousness.
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