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The Zanfel poison oak, ivy, and sumac (urishiol) topical wash treatment comes in a one-ounce tube, provides relief of pain and itching within 30 seconds, is safe for children, pregnant, and nursing women, and can be used on external body areas including the face and genitals. A wash treatment is a topical substance that provides physical relief to campers, landscapers, forestry workers, and firefighters, for itches and rashes caused by plants. This wash treatment can be used in conjunction with steroid treatments. Zanfel cream binds with urushiol, allowing it to be removed from the body with washing and water. Zanfel can be used to clean garden utensils and other instruments that have plant substances on them. It has a 10-year shelf life.
Zanfel Laboratories manufactures topical wash substances used by campers, landscapers, forestry workers, and firefighters to treat physical symptoms caused by plants. The company, founded in 1998, is headquartered in Clive,IA.
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Hi-Tried everything but my wife eyes blisters were getting bigger. Tried Zanfeel and within a few days blisters were gone and ivy ceased to be.
This is a wonderful product that should be in every doctor's office and on every pharmacy counter come spring! Read morePublished 1 day ago by BargainHunter
Haven't used it but my sister, who is very affected by any contact with poison ivy, swears by its effectivenessPublished 8 days ago by mary l chavis
Notice there is no “Satisfaction Guarantee” because they would go broke. This stuff is nothing but a strong soap with grit in it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by mschmidt123
IF USED EARLY ENOUGH THIS PRODUCT WORKS VERY WELL. IT IS HANDY TO HAVE IN THE MEDICINE CABINET IF YOU HAVE POISON OAK AROUND.Published 24 days ago by gillian thornley
Fantastic! For anyone that has reaction to poison ivy - this is an almost instant relief.
This cream is 47$ at a pharmacy. I would never buy it for myself. But when my 1. Read more
This stuff absolutely does not work! if you're like me save your time and money and suffering and just go to the doctor and get a steroid pack, shot, and/or cream... Read morePublished 1 month ago by scorbett
This is my first experience with poison oak/ivy. Whatever it was. After using the cream from my doctor, I was COVERED in the stuff. I was miserable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brook