A nap on the Beach during some cool weather led to the worst sunburn on my lower pack that I have EVER had. My pants were uncomfortable, bending over felt as if my skin was tearing, I even had swelling. This cream/ointment/miracle potion saved me. It eased the burning pain for hours at a time and my pants were no longer irritating my skin. After a few days, I was healed. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating this product! I now carry your blue & white bottled beauty in my beach bag at all times because, Hey you never know when you will get lost in the gorgeous Florida Sun Rays on a breezy day. Be Well & Thanks again!
D'Anna R. :-)
It works! No more itchy back! Yeah!
It works! No more itchy back! Yeah!
“Godsend” hand cream.
I’m very picky about my hand cream, and have always had soft skin. Recently, my palms began itching and I was forced to go to a Dermatologist. My hands suddenly turned red, thickened with horrible crinkled palms, almost blistering, although anyone else looking at my hands would have thought I cleaned without gloves too much. Not! 😂
I was prescribed a steroid cream, which has helped. But the only thing that seems to stop the itch or ache of this new skin problem is the Dermeleve cream which the Dermatologist suggested I try when she handed me a sample. Too much anti-bacterial soap and liquid hand cleaners evidently doesn’t work well for me. The Dermatologist also suggested I stop at a drug store and try a tube of a specific healing ointment. The ointment made me feel as though I had applied Vaseline, which I didn’t care for at all.
Later, I tried the sample of Dermeleve, and there is absolutely no comparison! This is a soothing cream which relieved my hand pain & itch almost immediately. It dries quickly and I can reapply as often as needed, although I only apply it a few times during the day and before bedtime.
Since my prescription steroid can only be used twice a day, this Dermeleve was a Godsend! Even though my hands are still a bit of a mess, at least I am comfortable while healing. I am extremely pleased with Dermeleve and will continue using it in the future. Karen N
A tip on conserving every last bit
"As someone suffering from a severe break out of a rash from stress, I didn't want to waste any of the cream from the tube. Short of cutting open the tube, I discovered if I hold the tube against a light, I am able to see whether there are any more remaining in the tube and where the cream would be and squeeze the tube in that area." -PCP
Literally life changing…
I found a new dermatologist, Stephen Switlyk, M.D. who is working on diagnosing the cause of a new rash that has persisted for 5 months. The itching is so severe at times it wakes me up in the middle of the night. Dr. Switlyk asked me try a sample of Dermeleve in his office while doing his intake … a few minutes into the intake, he asked, “how is the itching?” I said, “I forgot!” Absolutely love the product – it has become literally life changing as I head to France for 2 weeks … don’t know what I would have done without this wonderful product. Thank you!
Love the product. As the surviving spouse of a well known dermatologist and dermatopathologist suffering from a whole body itchy rash that just won’t go away, Dermeleve really helps with my itch and it is steroid free too! My only suggestion is to put the product in a big jar. Thank you. PCP
Dermlite mites / Ivermectin failure / Scabies
I must once again sing the praises of DERMELEVE Anti-Itch cream. In both of these itching scabies patients I applied some DERMELEVE in the office and within a minute they were itch free. I enjoy giving patients immediate relief of their symptoms. Imagine how you would feel if you bad been itching day and night for months and then a doctor makes the correct diagnosis and immediately relieves your incessant itching. Make sure you keep some of the DERMELEVE products in each one of your exam rooms so you can be a miracle healer. It makes you feel like you actually know what you are doing.
**[Dermeleve does not treat Scabies. Temporary itch relief was observed, but scabies will persist unless properly treated]
Brachioradial Pruritus 2
I just had a brachioradial pruritus walk in. Years of terrible drives her crazy itch of the left arm (she has areas of digging/crusts) happens every fall...lots of sun in the summer (who knows if that is why?)...
After five minutes of Dermeleve...no itch! (except in the area under her short sleeve that I did not pick up to apply on).
I had two patients in a row this afternoon who were both 60 year old ladies with an airborne contact dermatitis in upper chest, abdomen, back, but sparing the breasts and both had severe itching for several weeks and both improved 90% within three minutes of the application of the Dermeleve anti itch cream. I really love that stuff.
Just thought I would share the comments from a patient with severe pruritus associated with zoster.
“Thanks so much for the anti-itch “potion”—it got me through the wedding without looking like I had St. Vitus’ Dance. In case your friend wants any feedback on it, for me, it acted something like this: Touching the area to apply anything was exquisitely painful—kind of like stinging nettles, if you’ve ever been hiking and got them on you. In addition to the touch the first application on the shingles started to burn at an escalating rate (kind of like taking a hot pepper in your mouth, thinking it’s going to be ok, and then it starts building in intensity and starts to scare you)—just at the uh-oh-very-warm stage it stopped warming and turned cool! Then there was a measure of numbness, which was such a relief from the shingles pain that it gave me shivers at first. By late Friday night and the 3rd application I was beginning to feel like a junky waiting for the needle! By Saturday night even the pain of application was considerably eased, and I could put clothes on for first time without agony. Now the hive-like swelling has gone down and the whole area has shrunk and is beginning to dry up into the pox-like patches. The itching is more like tingling, and is mostly quite bearable. The pain all over the back is much less, although the deep pain and burning down my arms and back is not yet gone. Today is my last day of acyclovir (and my G-I tract says thanks for that fact), but I think the scourge is generally on the run (no pun intended….) Again, thank you both so much for my relief and management!”
Lichenoid eruption from Interferon Treatment of Hepatitis C
I have a female patient who is on Interferon and [another antiviral medication] for Hep C. Eight weeks into the treatment, she has a morbilliform eruption, mainly on the trunk. Somewhat pruritic. She has already tried Zyrtec, Claritin, Atarax, and Benadryl with disappointing results, as far as controlling the itch and rash. She doesn't want to stop the Interferon, and I can't blame her. No other drugs. She developed a lichenoid eruption on the upper trunk. The itch was what bothered her. Dermeleve helped her immensely.