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 Kaolin, Jewelweed, Pine Tar and Tea Tree Oil helps quiet your skin after poison ivy strikes. So when your next walk through the woods takes you through a rough patch, this poison ivy fighter will help you back to comfort.

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

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Poison Ivy Soap 4.9 5 23 23
BEST thing for poison ivy I had tried MANY products for a terrible case of PI before trying this. It was the only thing that relieved the itch! Use it as it says...wash, rinse, then rewash and LEAVE IT ON. Relief. I love the fragrance...it smells like a campfire! That may not be for everyone, but I love it. August 29, 2009
Really Works! We have lots of poison ivy in our wooded yard. When my husband has to go out to trim the underbrush, he gets exposed to it. He comes in and immediately takes a shower with Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap and it keeps him from getting a rash. August 28, 2009
A must try product. I wasn't sure how well the Burt's Bees would work, but it is amazing! It is not as harsh as other poison ivy products on the market and it smells yummy. Left my skin soft and washed away the oils from the poison ivy. A must try product. August 28, 2009
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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 for long-lasting relief. Treat the affected area 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