Tecnu Poison Ivy Outdoor Skin Cleanser
A must for any camper, hiker or outdoor enthusiast, Tecnu® Poison Ivy Outdoor Skin Cleanser can help protect your skin from a poison ivy or poison oak rash before it starts, or used after a rash begins to aid the healing process. If used within 2-8 hours of exposure, Tecnu® can remove the urushiol oils that cause itchiness and rashes. This handy cleanser can also be used to clean and decontaminate laundry, pets or tools.
- Removes poison ivy and poison oak oils that cause rash and itching
- Stops irritant from spreading
- Can be used to decontaminate laundry, pets and tools
- When used within 2-8 hours of exposure, can remove urushiol oil before a rash begins
- Once rash has started, it removes free oil on skin to aid healing
- Contains 4 oz
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 18673066
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HRPrepper Works great I've used this product many times when I have gotten Poison Ivy. This is a must have for those who can't identify Poison Ivy or have not choice but to get into it (I'm a landscaper by trade, so I don't have a choice). June 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Letscallthehogs excellent product I have used Technu, many times when I have come in contact with PI. It eliminates the oil immediately, allowing for quicker healing. I recommend it to all outdoor enthusiast! July 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bill A must have for poison oak This is a great product if you are around poison oak. It can be used prophylacticaly prior to exposure or as a treatment after exposure. The only problem is the substance is a little thin and more like a runny lotion than a cream. There is not much odor and it goes on the skin easily. After contact it can be washed off along with the oils of the plant. After having contact with a plant it can be used like a soap to help remove the oils and reduce the inflammatory reaction. Make sure you wash all your gear and clothes with Technu as well after you have been in contact with the plant. The last time I hiked through some I forgot to wash my pack with the stuff and only sprayed it off and used Tide. The next time I wore the pack I got poison oak on my shoulders and waist again from the straps. A quick wash with Technu and the problem went away. May 7, 2013
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