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Quickly relieves itch and moisturizes skin

Developed by Crown Laboratories, it’s no wonder SARNA is the #1 dermatologist-recommended brand1. Crown has been a pioneering force in skin health, persistently exploring new ways to advance the science of skin care. Crown's unique combination of expertise, enthusiasm and imagination has lead to the creation of the highest quality, most-effective skin care products available.

Sarna Original anti-itch Lotion


Two Active Ingredients

Fast-acting SARNA Original lotion contains menthol (0.5%) and camphor (0.5%) to cool and soothe itch while moisturizing the skin. It is designed to relieve the itch associated with general itch, dry skin, insect bites, sunburn and poison ivy/oak/sumac. And because it’s steroid free, it’s safe to use daily.

Sarna Sensitive anti-itch lotion


Maximum Strength

Patient-preferred2 SARNA Sensitive lotion provides the maximum amount of anti-itch medication you can find without a prescription. Itch relief just as effective as 1% topical hydrocortisone (steroidal) creams,2 its non-irritating pramoxine hydrochloride (1%) formula moisturizes the skin while soothing the itch. It is ideal for relieving itch associated with eczema and sensitive dry skin. And because it is fragrance- and steroid-free, it is safe for daily use.

View the chart to see which product is best
suited for your needs:

Product Features SARNA Original SARNA Sensitive
Fast Acting
Safe for Daily Use

Best for Itch From: SARNA Original SARNA Sensitive
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin  
Insect Bites  
Poison Ivy/Oak/Sumac  
Winter Itch  

1. Data on file, Crown Laboratories

2. Fleischer A, Johnson K. Comparative efficacy and patient preference of 1% pramoxine lotion and 1% hydrocortisone cream in reducing pruritus in mild atopic dermatitis. Poster presented at: the American Academy of Dermatology 2006 Annual Meeting; March 3–7, 2006; San Francisco, CA.