Cameron has sensitive skin and suffers from a lot of rashes(heat mostly), but he also has a tendency to get into poison ivy and oak a lot. I've tried other anti-itch relief products but either they didn't work, were too messy, or Cameron just wouldn't let me get near him.
When my tube of TriCalm arrived I wasn't sure how Cameron would react. I wasn't sure if this anti-itch gel would be a hit in my house. Of course the day it came he had gotten into poison oak, so I got my chance. Cameron protested until I put a little of the TriCalm gel on my fingers to show him it was clear(he has a thing about white creams). Anyway, Cameron let me apply TriCalm and in a matter of minutes he stopped itching and most of the redness disappeared. We had a hit!
What I love most about TriCalm is my grandson will let me use it on him when needed, but not only is that a plus, but TriCalm is a steroid-free anti-itch gel. TriCalm works on contact to help alleviate discomfort associated with minor skin irritations. TriCalm offers powerful relief from itching, burning and stinging caused by rashes, hives, sunburn, allergic reactions,bug bites, poison ivy and other skin ailments.
More about TriCalm:
- TriCalm’s formula contains COSMEDERM-7, a compound of strontium, a naturally occurring element found in leafy green vegetables.
- TriCalm is safe to use daily on kids and adults and is FDA-approved
- TriCalm is non-numbing, and works on contact to provide rapid itch relief from bug bites, rashes,sunburns, poison oak/ivy, and more. It may also help relief dry skin and eczema-related symptoms.
- TriCalm does not increase sensitivity to UV rays, so its safe to use while spending time in the sun.
- TriCalm retails for $9.49 for a 2-ounce tube.
I would recommend TriClam because not only does it work, but it steroid free and if you do have a child with special needs like Cameron, then TriCalm is your best best when it comes to anti-itch gel.