Sarna Sensitive

Sara Sensitive treats itching associated with eczema and sensitive dry skin. It is fragrance free and steroid free.

Sarna Sensitive Overview


Sarna Sensitive is an over the counter medication used to treat itching associated with eczema and sensitive dry skin in a fragrance free and steroid free lotion. Sarna Sensitive belongs to a group of drugs called local anesthetics. It works on nerves in the skin to block or reduce the feeling of pain and itching.

This medication comes in a lotion and is applied to the skin as needed.

Common side effects of Sarna Sensitive include mild itching, burning or stinging.


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  • Dermatitis, Contact
  • Fissure In Ano
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Pain
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Sarna Sensitive Drug Class

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