‘It works better than anything else I’ve ever tried’: This itch relief lotion is best for allergy relief and eczema

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According to Harvard reports, pollen seasons are getting longer each year. Unfortunately, this can spell disaster for those who suffer from intense allergies and sinuses during allergy season.

Although allergy medications may help with symptoms, a common side effect can include itchy, flaky skin. If you need itch-relief (allergy-related or not), there’s one lotion that stands out from the rest.

CeraVe Moisturizing Lotion for Itch Relief, $14.88

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This lotion provides relief for even the most severe itch, containing essential ceramides. If you have allergies, dry skin, eczema or a mix of skin sensitivities, this lotion works in as little as two minutes.

“My dermatologist recommended this for eczema itch relief. It works better than anything else I’ve ever tried. [My] intense itching was relieved within five minutes,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another impressed shopper said, “This stuff actually dries dry and works exactly as advertised. It’s got some topical analgesic like lidocaine so any dry burning skin that you have is immediately eliminated the moment this touches your skin. You will love this stuff. I have it in my home and my office.”

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