Rhuli Gel: A safe And Effective Anti-Itch Cream

Itching is a common symptom of most skin conditions. In fact, itchy skin is a signal or a warning given by your body informing you that something is wrong internally or externally.

Itching might indicate your skin has come in direct contact with something you are sensitive or allergic to such as perfumes, detergents, or chemical-based cosmetics. Skin itching can also be a sign of chronic skin diseases like eczema or simply occur due to insect or mosquito bites.

Irrespective of the cause, itching can cause moderate to severe discomfort and even embarrassment. Hence, it is important to be aware of how to stop itching in a safe and effective way to avoid discomfort and restore the natural health and appearance of your skin.

Treatment of Itchy Bumps On Skin

Patients with skin allergies are usually prescribed topical creams and oral medications to relieve itching. Most anti-itch products contain antihistamines and steroids.

Antihistamines like diphenhydramine help to reduce itching by blocking the action of histamines released by the immune system in response to the exposure to allergens or irritants.

Some patients are advised to use steroidal medications that work by suppressing the response of the immune system.

These medications often provide relief within a short duration and hence, could be suitable for managing severe itching caused due to allergic dermatitis and fungal infections.

However, an itching cream containing antihistamines and steroids is not always a safe choice, especially if you need to use it frequently.

Research has shown that the long-term use of steroids could make your immune system weak putting you at risk of repeated infections. It may also reduce your body’s ability to fight disease-causing agents like toxins and heavy metals thus increasing your risk of inflammatory diseases, neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s, and even cancer.

Antihistamines like diphenhydramine, on the other hand, can lower your alertness and even cause serious side effects like tachycardia, agitation, and drowsiness. These diphenhydramine side effects can put you at risk of accidents, necessitating you to avoid certain routine activities like driving and working with heavy machinery. [1] [2]

This marks the need to choose safer medications that can provide relief from itching without interfering with immunity and the body’s normal functions.

Rhuli Gel: A safe And Effective Choice For itch relief

Rhuli Gel offers a simple and straightforward formula with 2 fast-acting active ingredients: Menthol and Camphor.

The safety and effectiveness of both menthol and camphor have been backed by research making them a good choice for skin itch relief without having to worry about antihistamine side effects.

Rhuli gel offers a safer approach to patients with skin allergies to manage itching without using steroids or antihistamines. It is an over-the-counter anti-itch gel that can provide rapid relief from itching and skin irritation caused due to insect bites, plant-related reactions, and minor skin irritations.

The Rhuli  gel formula is based on the traditional remedies used for several centuries as well as the evidence provided by modern science indicating the benefits of menthol and camphor in the management of eczema and allergic dermatitis.

The Role of Menthol and Camphor In Itch Relief

Camphor and menthol have been traditionally used in skin creams, ointments, lotions and gels for relieving itching.

Camphor oil is derived from the wood of camphor trees. It is commonly used as a topical agent to relieve itching, pain, and irritation and to massage the joints to reduce joint pain. The soothing and cooling action of camphor can also reduce chest congestion.

Menthol is a naturally occurring alcoholic compound usually derived from plant sources like peppermint. Studies have revealed that the topical application of menthol could help to reduce itching by stimulating the nerve fibers that transmit the cooling and soothing sensation. [3]

Several ancient civilizations like India, Egypt, and China have used camphor and menthol as alternative therapy for relieving itching. Menthol isolated from the essential oils of Menthe arvesis and Menthe piperita has been used for its anti-itching effect since ancient times in the form of topical lotions and aromatherapy. [4] [5]