Poison Ivy Soap


Poison Ivy Soap


Pass on poison ivy.
99.8% Natural

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Poison ivy, it's a fact of nature. Here's another: our vegetable-based soap featuring Jewelweed, Pine Tar and Tea Tree Oil helps soothe your skin. So when your next walk through the woods takes you through a rough patch, let us help you back to comfort.

• Vegetable-based soap
• Soothes skin with Jewelweed, Pine Tar and Tea Tree Oil

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Lifesaver I am sooooooo prone to get poison ivy... so much so that if someone is burning it or pulling it and im near it, I will get it. This soap has saved my skin so many times from the horrible affects of this annoyance. Im so glad this product is on the market. As a kid, I used laundry soap bars... probably not so good for you! August 25, 2014
Poison Ivy soap This soap is wonderful. I go out a pull poison ivy up with my bare hands, go in and wash with this soap. I used to get poison ivy just by walk by it. Great stuff. Hopefully it's still made here in the USA... July 25, 2014
Burts is a great guy hands down. This is the best soap for stopping Poison Ivy suffering! I come in contact with the evil weeds and was sure I was going to have to go to the doctor until a friend told about it. It worked wonders!! I always keep some on hand just in case and I tell everyone about it. June 5, 2014
Excellent An acquaintance recommended this product to me and I am extremely satisfied with the results. It did as advertised within a very reasonable time-frame. I would recommend this product. July 17, 2013
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Wash the affected area with the soap, rinse, then wash again and leave the lather on your skin and let it dry. Use 2 to 3 times daily.
Featured Ingredient

Pine Tar — Produced by distillation and applied externally, it's used often in the treatment of skin afflictions. Making Pine Tar a natural star.

vegetable soap base, kaolin, avena sativa (oat) kernel protein, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, pinus palustris (pine) wood tar, impatiens balsamina (jewelweed) extract