Adventure Medical Topicals

Adventure Medical Topicals
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Refill or customize your first aid kit with the most commonly used topical medications for treating bug bites, itching from common allergic reactions, and the pain from burns. Includes After Bite®, the #1 pharmacist recommended insect bite treatment; 1% cortisone cream for temporary relief of minor skin irritations, itching, and rashes caused by eczema, poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac; and After Burn® aloe vera gel with lidocaine for cooling, instant relief of pain from burns, including sunburn.

  • Instant Relief from Burns, Cuts, and Scrapes
    After Burn® includes aloe vera gel for cooling and healing burns plus 2.5% Lidocaine to stop the pain of minor burns.
  • Instant Relief from Mosquito Bites and Stings
    After Bite® wipes eliminate the itching and stinging associated with insect bites and bee stings.
  • Stop Itching Fast!
    1% cortisone cream provides maximum over the counter relief from itching and rashes from poison, oak, ivy and sumac, and other allergic reactions.
  • Tamper-evident sealed packets.
    Alcohol wipes remove oils from the skin to increase the adhesion of tape, bandages, and moleskin.
  • Portable size.
    Keep Your First Aid Kit Light and Compact


  • Size: 4.3" x 0.3" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 0.04 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Rash Treatment

  • 3 - Cortisone Cream 1%, 1/32oz (.9g)

Insect Bite & Sting Relief

  • 3 - After Bite® Wipe

Burn Care

  • 3 - After Burn® Aloe Vera Gel with Lidocaine (1.8g)

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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Adventure Medical Topicals 0155-0260 ADVENTURE MEDICAL TOPICALS
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