Washing all exposed areas of the skin for at least 10 minutes and applying calamine lotion is a treatment for poison ivy, states WebMD. Self-care treatments are usually sufficient for mild poison ivy rashes, states Mayo ... More »

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Some remedies to treat a poison ivy rash are washing the skin area with water, applying cold compresses, using aloe vera gel or witch hazel and taking a warm bath with a colloidal oatmeal product. After direct exposure t... More »

A poison ivy-induced rash can be treated with calamine lotion, lukewarm baths, washing the aggravated area with warm, soapy water and avoiding the temptation to scratch the aggravated area. If severe symptoms present, a ... More »

Common symptoms of poison oak and poison ivy include itching, red streaks or general redness where skin contact was made with the plant, hives in the form of small bumps or large raised areas, and blisters that may leak ... More »

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To get rid of poison ivy as fast as possible, people should begin treatment as soon as symptoms appear or before symptoms appear if they suspect they have come into contact with poison ivy plants, according to WebMD. Tho... More »

Some remedies to treat a poison ivy rash are washing the skin area with water, applying cold compresses, using aloe vera gel or witch hazel and taking a warm bath with a colloidal oatmeal product. After direct exposure t... More »

A quick cure for poison ivy is to immediately wash the skin with warm, soapy water, states the American Academy of Dermatology. Washing the skin is crucial as it prevents the oils from the poison ivy from spreading to ot... More »

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