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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Poison Ivy Soap 4.8 5 28 28
Even works on mosquito bites! I have the first run of this soap, when it was wrapped in a yellow wrapper. I think I may have originally bought it for mosquito bites. When used as directed, (wash once, then soap up again and leave to dry) it eliminates the itch PERMANENTLY!!! No after-bite or alcohol-based cures can do it! This the only item that honestly cures my mosquito bites. In the summer, I'm miserable without it when bitten. July 25, 2010
Poison Ivy Soap Really Works This product stops the itching, seeping and dries up poison ivy more quickly than any product I have ever used. For forty years I have battled poison ivy every summer. I keep a bar of this soap in the shower and by each sink for frequent use when I come in from the garden to prevent having an outbreak. It is a must if you suffer with poison ivy. July 22, 2010
best product 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
works!! 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
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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