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Adventure Medical Itch Eraser Spray - 0.95oz

Adventure Medical Itch Eraser Spray - 0.95oz
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Itch Eraser Spray - 0.95oz

The Itch Eraser® Spray featuring antihistamine and zinc acetate is a steroid free anti-itch and skin care spray for instant itch relief. This extra strength spray formula stops the itch and heals the skin with ultra healing ingredients such vitamin E, tea tree oil, oat complex, and baking soda. It is perfect to treat allergic reactions; poison ivy, oak and sumac; hives; rashes and redness; insect bites; sunburns; and minor cuts and scrapes. Use The Itch Eraser and don’t let itches ruin your outdoor family fun!

Features:

  • Dermatologist Recommended: Confidence that it works because it is backed by doctors
  • Extra Strength Formula with Antihistamine and Zinc Acetate: Instant and permanent relief from outdoor itches and pain
  • Cooling Spray Formula with Natural Healing Properties: Contains ingredients that are moisturizers, anti-irritants, redness reducers, antibacterials, and antioxidants
  • Pump Spray Delivery System with Locking cap: Worry Free, no mess portable container
  • Simple to Apply: Just spray it on for maximum skin coverage

Specifications:

  • Size: 1.75" x 1.75" x 5.75"
  • Weight: 0.95 FL OZ
  • Group Size: 1 - 3 People
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days
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