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Stop Poison Ivy In Its Tracks With A Super Easy Technique

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Venturing out in the woods can be a wonderful adventure full of new sights and sounds that take us far away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. One of the things that can turn a joyful adventure into a downright nightmare is getting Poison Ivy. You itch and itch till it is driving you insane and you swear you’ll never go into the woods again.

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But did you know that there is something you can do to avoid the dreaded rash? You can STOP Poison Ivy in it’s tracks with this incredibly simple DIY technique. Once you know it, you’ll never have to worry about poison ivy again and you can resume your love of being in nature and the great outdoors.

Contrary to popular belief, just coming into contact with Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac leaves themselves is NOT what causes the problem. It is the Urushiol oil contained within those plants that causes the rash and irritation. It is this oil that gets on your clothes and shoes or tools you might be using that come into contact with the skin and cause the problems.

So how do you prevent the rash before it ever starts? PROPER WASHING! Simple right?

But it’s not as easy as it sounds until you understand that the technique lies in the proper washing without missing any spots. It is also very important to do a proper washing within 2-8 hours of coming in contact with any itch causing plants to prevent the rash from occurring.

Go to the NEXT PAGE to find out the formula for preventing a dreaded poison ivy rash!

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