iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.77 (8% off)
Pretty good but very sticky!
Posted by SmartHealth on Oct 01, 2013
I find Hyland Hemmorex is stronger and give longer relief than H cream. However, the cream likes vaseline jelly - thick and rather sticky. It has herb smell. You need to wash hand several times after applying it. so, it is a trade off with H cream which has light and no smell cream. If you need stronger relief, Hemmorex is probably the way to go - the herb smell won't be detectable after you apply it unless somebody is sniffing your behind lol UPDATE: the cream is rather sticky and it is difficult to clean after you apply it. it is quite annoying. I do still need to apply twice a day to avoid itchiness. Thinking of trying out other brands.
Posted by mil694 on Apr 12, 2013
Comes with handy applicator. Now use coconut oil.
Posted by Reviewer1541633 on Jun 11, 2012
soothes and reduces itching, but the applicator is not convenient
Posted by Reviewer2411072 on Dec 01, 2011
Soothes & speeds healing
Posted by Reviewer2840247 on Oct 31, 2011
Necessary thing at issue, relieves Discomfort.
Posted by Reviewer3210586 on Nov 30, 2010
ı do not want to do ıt
Posted by Reviewer1463500 on May 01, 2009
Does the job
Posted by Reviewer1912677 on Jul 14, 2008
Comes without the applicator, which makes it difficult to use properly. Avenoc is easier to use, at least as effective, and less likely to stain fabric (the Hyland's is a brown color).
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2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1287062 on Jun 01, 2008
Soothing and works quickly.
I'm not sure if it's working.
Posted by Reviewer2790799 on May 22, 2008
I think it's helping a little, but I'm not sure. The applicator doesn't work very well, for the goop is too thick to go through the little holes. Perhaps warming it up would help.