This is my arm, although it sort of looks like a leg too. Good grief, when did my elbows get so many wrinkles? Please send moisturizer quick! This arm is attached to my body, but if I didn’t know better I would say it belonged to my Grandma Edna.
I took this photo two weeks into my latest battle with Poison Ivy, Oak, Sumac or whatever it is I get into. I almost always get it on the inside of my arms and under my chin.
I’m 98% certain that this is the cause of my problem. They were rubbing up against me when I was pulling weeds. CURSE THE BARN CATS!!!
Um, hello? Could someone please come over and fix my porch floor? I can give you a cat or two or three and some pork and a big hug. Thanks, I’ll see you in a bit, right?
This is my arsenal. I use all of them. It’s ridiculous. I’ve also used most of your home remedy suggestions except the bleach, I don’t think I would have any skin left on my arm if I scrubbed it with bleach, but I’m not writing it off completely.
See? I even went to the health food store and got the stuff with Jewelweed. Nobody warned me that it smells like A-1 Steak Sauce and I walked around wreaking like a marinated side of beef.
Honestly, I don’t know what worked this time., it takes a little longer for me to heal each time I get it. What on earth did they do two hundred years ago before Zanfel was created? Maybe they were smarter than me and wore long sleeves and didn’t own long-haired barn cats.