rhuli gel box tube 3oz large

What is Rhuli Gel?

Rhuli Gel is the ultimate in topical anti-itch relief for minor skin irritation. Fast acting with two active analgesic ingredients. Easy to apply in a non-drip gel. Effective relief from skin itching, pain and discomfort due to insect bites/stings, poison ivy/oak, poison sumac or minor skin irritations. Safe when used as directed. Convenient tube can be easily stored at home or on the go.

Rhuli Gel returns. Once a stable for everyone’s first-aid kit or medicine cabinet, Trifecta Pharma now offers the same high quality and effective formula.

Rhuli Gel Information

What are the Active Ingredients in Rhuli Gel?

Menthol 0.3% – a local anesthetic and anti-irritant.  By stimulating cold-sensitive receptors in the skin, topical menthol provides a cooling sensation regardless of the trigger, without causing a drop in temperature.

Camphor 0.3% –a well established folk remedy used topically to relieve skin pain and reduce skin itching. As a “counterirritant” it may increase skin blood flow, or stimulate nerve endings thereby reducing pain and swelling.

Indications and Directions

For minor skin irritations such as scrapes, minor burns, insect stings or bites and for minor rashes from poison ivy, poison oak or poison sumac.

  • Wash your hands before and after applying this topical gel.
  • First apply to a small affected area on the skin. If only a mild cooling sensation occurs then continue to apply to the entire affected skin area.

Warnings

FOR TOPICAL USE ONLY. Use on affected skin only. Do NOT ingest. Do NOT apply to eyes, lips, mouth, nasal passages or rectum.

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. For adults and children over 2 years under adult supervision.

DO NOT apply within one hour before or 30 minutes after taking a hot bath, hot shower, whirlpool, sauna, steam room or heating pad.

If any significant discomfort, discontinue use and wash the skin thoroughly with mild soap and water.

If your skin symptoms persist, spread or do not resolve within a few days, contact your health professional.

If after an insect bite, insect sting, you experience difficulty breathing, tightness in throat or chest, wheezing, hives, swelling of face or any symptoms unrelated to the site of bite, seek immediate medical attention.

Store at room temperature and keep cap tightly closed.

CONTACT DERMATITIS

Poison Ivy

Easy to identify as a cluster of three leaflets,  it can grow on the ground, as a climbing vine or as a large bush. Found throughout North America, especially in wooded areas, open fields, on the roadside and along riverbanks. The 3 leaflets are usually green or yellow. If it is “Leaves of Three, Let Them Be”. However, if you accidentally touch them or it rubs on your feet or legs, it may cause a painful, itchy, red rash. Known as a contact dermatitis, even with no known nasal allergies, you may experience poison ivy contact dermatitis.

Insect Bites/Stings

Insect bites are very common especially during the warm, humid months and in the woods, by streams or in your own backyard. Depending on the insect, bites can vary in size, redness, severity of pain and swelling. Often a puncture mark may be found in the middle of the affected area. If hives, swelling, itching occur unrelated to the site of bite, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of throat tightness, shortness of breath, facial swelling, wheezing, feeling dizzy, etc.especially warrants immediate medical attention.

Poison Oak

Found more commonly in the western United States and British Columbia, it also has a cluster of three leaflets. Each leaflet may have roundish edges, resembling a white oak tree. As with poison ivy, if you accidentally touch them or it rubs on your feet or legs, it may cause a painful, itchy red rash, known as poison oak contact dermatitis.

Poison Sumac

Found commonly in the eastern/southeastern United States, it grows as a shrub or small tree, typically in wet marshes, such as along the banks of the Mississippi River. Also it can cause a contact dermatitis, but often more severe than poison ivy or poison oak.

USEFUL MED INFO

What is contact dermatitis?

An itchy, red, tender, often blistered and raised rash that starts at the point of contact with a specific substance to your skin is known as contact dermatitis . This immune or allergic reaction on contact is a different type of allergic reaction that is associated with nasal allergies due to pollen, dander or dust.  So whether you have nasal allergies or not, does not determine whether you are prone to contact dermatitis.

What substances may cause a contact dermatitis?

Poison oak, poison ivy, poison sumac are common plants known to cause an allergic contact dermatitis.  Other substances on contact that may cause this type of reaction include nickel (found in costume jewlery) and latex gloves.

An irritant contact dermatitis may also be caused by acid burn, bleach, certain soaps, foods and even dry cracked hands (from excess water exposure).

How does contact dermatitis occur?

In the case of poison ivy, oak and sumac, an oil called urushiol is the offending substance found in these plants. Your skin reacts to this oil, by secreting chemicals including histamine that contribute to the appearance and symptoms of the rash.

How do I identify poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac and where do they grow?

Poison Ivy

Easy to identify as a cluster of three leaflets,  it can grow on the ground, as a climbing vine or as a large bush. Found throughout North America, especially in wooded areas, open fields, on the roadside and along riverbanks. The 3 leaflets are usually green or  yellow. If it is “Leaves of Three, Let Them Be”.

Poison Oak

Found more commonly in the western United States and British Columbia, it also has a cluster of three leaflets. Each leaflet may have roundish edges, resembling a white oak tree. If it is “Leaves of Three, Let Them Be”.

Poison Sumac

Found commonly in the eastern/southeastern United States, it grows as a shrub or small tree, typically in wet marshes, such as along the banks of the Mississippi River.

What does a contact dermatitis look like?

Typically the rash is red, raised and blistered and occurs specifically at the point of contact with the offending substance. For instance, if you are wearing a bracelet containing nickel, and it triggers a rash, the rash will be directly under the bracelet (i.e. circular ring around your wrist).

What about rashes/symptoms from insect stings or bites?

Depending on the insect, bites can vary in size, redness, severity of pain and swelling. Often a puncture mark may be found in the middle of the affected area. If hives, swelling, itching occur unrelated to the site of bite or sting, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of throat tightness, shortness of breath, facial swelling, tongue swelling, wheezing, feeling dizzy, etc.especially warrants immediate medical attention.

What are other common causes for red, itchy skin?

Minor scrapes, cuts, sunburn can also cause mild itchy, red skin.

Regardless of the cause,  these mild skin symptoms can be treated with a topical gel analgesic such as Rhuli Gel.

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