Skin Care Tips vol. 4/issue 4

Itching To Get Outdoors?

 

It’s that time of year. We are more than ready to get outside and enjoy fresh air, exercise and activities. Many of us will be doing yard work, others of us will be fishing, boating, hiking and camping. Whatever the activity is that draws you to the great outdoors, be sure you remember the old adage “Leaves of three? Let it be”. Poison Ivy is coming alive this time of year. Coming in touch with Poison Ivy causes an allergic reaction called contact dermatitis. Contact dermatitis is an uncomfortable, itchy, fluid-filled red rash that often shows up in lines or streaks.

Poison Ivy can usually be identified by its 3 broad, spoon-shaped leaves growing as a climbing or low spreading vine. Poison Ivy is found everywhere in the continental United States, but is most prevalent in the eastern and mid-west portions.

Most Poison Ivy rashes can be treated successfully at home. After the blisters appear Derma 50 is one very beneficial solution for treating the annoying itch of Poison Ivy. Derma 50 will not only give you relief but will help speed the healing of your skin. Because of the safe all natural ingredients of Derma 50 it can be used as often as needed. There are those who have extreme reactions and must have doctor or hospital measures to get the rash under control.

When heading outdoors, take preventive measures to avoid contact with poisonous plants. Learn to identify poisonous plants, avoid them whenever possible and wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and gloves.

Educate yourself and your family about poisonous plants, then get outside and
enjoy some fresh air.

 

“Serious Skin Care Made Simple!”

Nettie Bunton, Owner
Purple Emu, Ltd.
www.purpleemu.com

 

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