What is the fastest/most efficient way of curing rashes due to poison ivy?
I dont really want to be going to a semi-formal with a rash on my face, and I have been applying a gel form of Benadryl to my face and arms, and have been trying my hardest not to scratch. By the looks of things, my treatment isn’t working fast enough. So is there any faster way then this, or a better medicine that might be able to at least clear up the few small spots on my face by tomorrow night?
Go to the doctor or an urgent care clinic. They will probably prescribe prednisone. This works very quickly.
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