We truly believe in our product’s soothing action for the symptoms of anal itching and all other anal irritations, which is why we offer a no quibble money back guarantee.

Analcare is a highly effective 99% natural cream formulated from 15 natural ingredients to soothe and relieve anal itching. Get instant relief from anal itching, anal irritation and cracked dry skin around the anal area. The cream provides a gentle cooling action for the relief you’ve been looking for.

It is suitable for adults, children aged 12 and over and is ideal for pregnant and post natal mums.

We have over 20 thousand happy customers to date, take a look at what they say about Analcare.

Anal Itching Relief





Forever Grateful, Miraculous

Nov 24, 2015 by Lyn

Hi Lisa,

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Oct 26, 2015 by Julie

I am just writing to say how pleased I am with this product, after suffering with heamoriods for five weeks I was at my wits end! I had tried all different creams from the pharmacy and also tried …
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Oct 23, 2015 by Anonymous

This is the most incredible cream ive ever tried. I bought the 2 X tubes and I haven’t even finished the 1st tube and already I have had incredible relief!

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Analcare Anal Itching Cream


What is Analcare?
About our cream
Analcare is a natural cream giving rapid relief from all anal irritation and anal itching. It is discrete, pleasantly fragranced and lasts all day so you can get on with your life in comfort. In recent tests, 75% of users found it to be “very effective” or “effective” at soothing and cooling all anal irritations.


What’s In Analcare?
About our natural ingredients
Analcare cream is made almost completely from natural ingredients. In fact, 15 of our 17 ingredients are natural. These include soothing, anti-inflammatory Calendula, Witch Hazel to shrink and stop itching as well as Sweet Clover, which helps blood flow. For sensitive parts of the body, natural is best, and no compromise on efficacy. It really works! 


What causes an itchy bottom?
Are you sitting comfortably?
Anal irritation or itching anus, also known as Pruritus Ani, is irritation, itching and sometimes inflammation of the anus – located at the exit of the rectum (bottom). There are many possible causes, including diet, being a bit overweight, pregnancy, sitting down all day, alcohol consumption, constipation, haemorrhoids or piles.


Anal Itching and Pregnancy
Ideal for pregnant and post-natal mums
Analcare, with its natural ingredient formulation, is an ideal topical cream for helping with irritation and itching during pregnancy. It soothes the itching, cleanses and moisturises the anal area. Anal Itching is a familiar complaint in post natal and pregnant women and Analcare is suitable both during and after pregnancy.


Our no quibble guarantee
We want you to be happy
When you try Analcare, it is important to know that, if it doesn’t live up to your expectations of its soothing, cleansing and moisturising properties, we will give you your money back without quibble within 60 days of purchase. The only thing we ask in return is that you tell us why you weren’t happy, so we can use your feedback to help us with further development of the product. 


Our story starts at home
How Analcare was formed
Meet Lisa Kelly and husband Mark, who have developed Analcare Natural Cream over the past few years following Lisa’s own personal experience of suffering from haemorrhoids after giving birth. Read the inspirational story of how a home made remedy became an approved cosmetic cream.




Analcare Anal Itching Cream

Analcare is a 99% natural cream. It effectively soothes and relieves anal irritation and discomfort using natural ingredients…read more…

…But, for those interested in a clinical, scientific explanation of the causes of anal discomfort, Hemorrhoids are vascular structures in the anal canal which help with stool control. The symptoms of pathological haemorrhoids, or piles, depend on the type present. Internals are usually painless with rectal bleeding while external hemorrhoids may produce few symptoms or, if thrombosed, significant pain and swelling in the area of the anus.

The exact cause of symptomatic hemorrhoids is unknown.[A number of factors are believed to play a role including: irregular bowel habits (constipation or diarrhoea), a lack of exercise, nutritional factors (low-fibre diets), increased intra-abdominal pressure (prolonged straining, an intra-abdominal mass, or pregnancy), genetics, an absence of valves within the haemorrhoidal veins, and ageing. Other factors that are believed to increase the risk include obesity, prolonged sitting and pelvic floor dysfunction. Evidence for these associations, however, is poor.

Many people incorrectly refer to any symptom occurring around the anal-rectal area as “haemorrhoids” and serious causes of the symptoms should be ruled out. Initial treatment for mild to moderate piles is often a topical application of a cream, which is frequently effective. Up to half of people may experience problems with hemorrhoids at some point in their life. Outcomes are usually good.During pregnancy, pressure from the foetus and abdomen and hormonal changes cause the hemorrhoidal vessels to enlarge. Delivery also leads to increased intra-abdominal pressures. Pregnant women rarely need surgical treatment, as symptoms usually resolve after delivery.