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Wicked Itch Jewelweed Lotion (Small - 1 fl. oz.)

Wicked Itch Jewelweed Lotion (Small - 1 fl. oz.)

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Need a soothing, moisturizing solution to your itch problems? Then Wicked Itch jewelweed lotion is the product for you!

Description: Our hand-made lotion is comprised of anti-inflammatory jewelweed extract and a soothing shea aloe lotion base. Like our soap and sticks, it treats poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, and a variety of other external itches. Also, since it is smooth and soft, you can allow this solution to sink into your skin for a more thorough cure.

Our lotion comes in two sizes, large (4 oz.) and small (1 oz.).

This lotion is unscented.

Ingredients: Impatiens Capensis / Pallida* (Handpicked Jewelweed)** Decoction, Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Emulsifying Wax, Stearic Acid, 100% Pure Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Seed Extract (All Natural Preservative).

NO SLS OR PARABENS.

REFRIGERATE: As much as possible, Nature Labs strrives to use all natural, organic preservatives to keep our products fresh. However, this may mean that our products do not last as long as those preserved by chemicals such as parabens. Because of this, it is best to refrigerate your lotion. Depending on your environment, leaving your lotion out could encourage mold growth or other spoilage.

NOTE: It may take a good number pumps to get the lotion flowing through the nozzle; please be patient. If for some reason your bottle is truly deffective, contact us and we will refund your purchase.

Volume: 1 fl. oz.

Price (per bottle): $3.99

Shipping: Free!

* This product may contain traces of yellow / pale jewelweed (Impatiens pallida), which is also effective against poison ivy. Read our article to learn more about pale jewelweed.

** In order to capture the additional anti-itch element from jewelweed's flowers, this jewelweed was harvested while in bloom.

Jewelweed information: 

1. Lipton (1958) did a clinical study where he determined that 108 of 115 patients who presented with existing poison ivy rashes that he treated with jewelweed preparations "responded most dramatically to the topical application of [jewelweed]". He later did a patch test on himself and again concluded that jewelweed extract was the most effective course of treatment.  Source - Medical Attributes of Impatiens sp. - Jewelweed, Touch-me-not

2. An active ingredient found naturally in jewelweed extract is the same ingredient found in a popular hemorrhoid preparation.  Why?  Because it works on itching and inflammation!

Learn more about the science behind jewelweed use as a poison ivy remedy and anti-itch solution.

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