@ZipLine-- No, sulfur soap works too, it too comes in 10% potency. I used the soap as a scabies home treatment. It's easy to use and less smelly. I would lather up with it in the shower, apply it all over my body and wait like that for five to ten minutes before washing it off.
The cream is kind of messy and you have to leave it on and I don't like smelling like sulfur all day. My scabies symptoms disappeared in about two weeks.
I should warn however that sulfur is very drying for skin. So I recommend moisturizing with coconut oil (which also protects against scabies) afterward. Otherwise, you may end up getting dermatitis.