Poison Ivy rash and blisters on my skin. Scary scars of Poison Ivy This is how Poison Ivy destroys your skin. Here the stages of poison ivy rash and blisters. Poison Ivy makes your arms and hands look horrible. While I was trying to find a good spot for fishing at a lake, I stupidly touched poison ivy .. and here the results of it's harm on my skin. In this Youtube video you can see how it looks when the poison covers the skin: https://youtu.be/gJ3R2p7madg This is how it started And only in 4 days it become terribly disturbing After two weeks, finally it started to heal up.. but still badly itchy and swollen
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