"Tricalm" was the topical I used. I have another word on one more skin issue. I used AXE (a body wash). The next day I was one big itch! I jumped back in the shower. Then I thought long and hard what may have happened? I researched AXE and found out it's bad. All bad! I threw the rest of that junk away.
I put the Tricalm on a small area of my abdomen. It was very cool and the skin sensation of an itch went immediately away. Later it came back and I reapplied the topical. I think about three more times. The irritation faded and I sort of put it out of my mind, as it were. I hiope it works for you (both items).
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