Poison Ivy Soap
After pulling weeds in my yard, my underside forearms started itching. Not poison ivy. No rash, no blisters, just intense itching. I tried several products; peroxide, hydrocortisone cream, etc. Four days and no relief in site, itching getting worse, I got out my Poison Ivy Soap, washed with it. What a relief. The itching stopped and I got my first night's sleep in days.
Doesn't smell bad, just not that good, but for the relief I got, I don't care how it smells.
July 18, 2010
I have tried many poison ivy products over the years, and this one is not only the most natural remedy I've used, but the most effective. It stings a little bit on the blisters, but it's worth it as you watch them start fading after one day of using this soap. I'm keeping this stocked in my pantry every summer! The only reasons I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 for overall rating were the stinging and the smell. It's a very herbal, earthy smell, which is fine with me, but I had a few people ask me what I had used, and that it was... different! :)
July 13, 2010
When my daughter was covered in poison ivy and broke out in new spots every day, Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap was the only thing that stopped it. We now keep a bar in the shower and several in the cabinet just in case.
May 29, 2010
Really helped my husband!
He just looks at poison ivy and he gets it! I saw this product on in our local store, and as I use many BB products, I bought it immediatly.
If he thinks he has been exposed to the plant...he washes with the soap ASAP. His outbreaks seem less irritable and less widespread.
May 24, 2010