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Kirkland Signature Hydrocortisone 1% PLUS Anti-Itch Cream, 8 Ounces

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Kirkland Signature Hydrocortisone 1% PLUS Anti-Itch Cream, 8 Ounces

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  • Compare to Cortizone 10 PLUS Active Ingredients*
  • 4 Tubes, 2 Ounces Each
  • FSA Eligible Item 
  • Brand: Kirkland Signature
  • Features: FSA Eligible

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About Hydrocortisone 1% Plus


Kirkland Signature Hydrocortisone 1% Plus contains the active ingredient hydrocortisone 1% enriched with aloe plus vitamins A and E.

This topical cream temporarily relieves itching associated with minor skin irritations, inflammation and rashes due to:

• Eczema
• Psoriasis
• Poison ivy, oak, sumac
• Insect bites
• Detergents
• Jewelry
• Cosmetics
• Soaps
• Seborrheic dermatitis

Hydrocortisone 1% Plus also temporarily relieves external anal and genital itching.


Understanding Common Causes of Itchy Skin


Bug Bites

Mosquito and bed bug bites as well as bee stings and other bug bites may cause itching.
 

Dry Skin

Dry skin and skin that comes in contact with an irritant such as detergents, jewelry, soaps and cosmetics may also cause skin to itch. This is also known as irritant contact dermatitis.
 

Eczema

Eczema is an inflammation of the skin causing it to become red, itchy and dry. The most common form of eczema is atopic dermatitis and is found more often in infants, though it can strike at any age. The face, hands, feet, inner elbow and back of the knees are the areas most often affected and may become worse from irritants such as soap, rough clothing, household chemicals, foods, dust mites and other allergy triggers.