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All Natural Pine Tar Soap, Old Fashioned Pine Tar Soap, essential oil soap, brown soap, relieves itch

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For over 100 years pine tar soap has been used to treat psoriasis and other forms of dermatitis. It moisturizes dry, scaly skin and helps it heal. Pine tar soap is safe to use on the face and body, and is often used as a shampoo. Flaky scalp conditions that cause dandruff respond to pine tar soap when used as a shampoo. The pine tar heals the scalp and returns dry, itchy skin to normal, reducing or eliminating dandruff. Pine tar soap can soothe the rash of poison ivy, oak or sumac. Washing the affected area can stop the itch and dry the rash thus speeding the healing process.

Before World War II, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended the daily use of Pine Tar Soap as an insect repellent. The scent kept mosquitoes, chiggers and ticks at bay, while the soap soothed the skin and kept it healthy.

Pine tar soap has antibacterial and antifungal properties and our pine tar soap is all natural containing no synthetic chemicals. The soap is designed to be gentle to your skin and to reduce the risk of aggravating your skin condition.

If you have sensitive skin which is not uncommon, it is recommended that you perform an initial patch test by applying a some pine tar soap to the inside of the wrist or elbow. If after 24 hours, no reaction occurs, use pine tar soap as you would any soap.

Ingredients: water, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, pine tar, sodium hydroxide, mango butter, castor oil, sodium lactate, essentials oil blend of tea tree, lavender and pine needle.

All our soaps are handcrafted in small batches using either the cold or hot process methods which preserves the natural glycerin. Each bar is hand cut and no two will be exactly alike. Of course, our soaps are allowed to cure 4+ weeks to ensure mildness and a long lasting product.

Please review the ingredient list and test for allergic reaction if you have a concern. Some essential oils should not be used on babies or pregnant women, and some may increase photosensitivity.

Soap bars will last longer if allowed to dry between uses. For best results do not allow soap to remain in standing or running water.

Listing is for one bar weighing approximately 4.5

Notice: The statements contained in this listing have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases or skin conditions.

Return to our shop home here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVillageSoapsmith
For over 100 years pine tar soap has been used to treat psoriasis and other forms of dermatitis. It moisturizes dry, scaly skin and helps it heal. Pine tar soap is safe to use on the face and body, and is often used as a shampoo. Flaky scalp conditions that cause dandruff respond to pine tar soap when used as a shampoo. The pine tar heals the scalp and returns dry, itchy skin to normal, reducing or eliminating dandruff. Pine tar soap can soothe the rash of poison ivy, oak or sumac. Washing the affected area can stop the itch and dry the rash thus speeding the healing process.

Before World War II, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended the daily use of Pine Tar Soap as an insect repellent. The scent kept mosquitoes, chiggers and ticks at bay, while the soap soothed the skin and kept it healthy.

Pine tar soap has antibacterial and antifungal properties and our pine tar soap is all natural containing no synthetic chemicals. The soap is designed to be gentle to your skin and to reduce the risk of aggravating your skin condition.

If you have sensitive skin which is not uncommon, it is recommended that you perform an initial patch test by applying a some pine tar soap to the inside of the wrist or elbow. If after 24 hours, no reaction occurs, use pine tar soap as you would any soap.

Ingredients: water, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, pine tar, sodium hydroxide, mango butter, castor oil, sodium lactate, essentials oil blend of tea tree, lavender and pine needle.

All our soaps are handcrafted in small batches using either the cold or hot process methods which preserves the natural glycerin. Each bar is hand cut and no two will be exactly alike. Of course, our soaps are allowed to cure 4+ weeks to ensure mildness and a long lasting product.

Please review the ingredient list and test for allergic reaction if you have a concern. Some essential oils should not be used on babies or pregnant women, and some may increase photosensitivity.

Soap bars will last longer if allowed to dry between uses. For best results do not allow soap to remain in standing or running water.

Listing is for one bar weighing approximately 4.5

Notice: The statements contained in this listing have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases or skin conditions.

Return to our shop home here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVillageSoapsmith

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All Natural Pine Tar Soap, Old Fashioned Pine Tar Soap, essential oil soap, brown soap, relieves itch

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, pine tar, mango butter, castor oil, tea tree essential oil, lavender essential oil, pine needle essential oil
  • Feedback: 179 reviews
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