Pine Tar Soap is the best for CHIGGERS, POISON IVY, ACNE, & PSORIASIS Some folks like the smell of Pine Tar Soap... Thank the powers that be this soap does not leave a lingering smell after washing because I use a high concentration of pine tar in this 100% natural soap not just a dab. This is one of my best selling medicinal soaps at the markets and on the road. It is a must have soap for the homestead. This is a wonderful product for dogs with mange and hotspots
Pine tar soap has been used for over 100 years to treat eczema, psoriasis and other forms of dermatitis. It moisturizes dry, scaly skin and helps it heal. Pine tar soap is safe to use anywhere on the face and body, and is also used as a shampoo. Flaky scalp conditions that cause dandruff respond to pine tar soap or shampoo. The pine tar heals the scalp and returns dry, itchy skin to normal, reducing or eliminating dandruff.
Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac: Pine tar soap soothes the rash of poison ivy, oak or sumac. Washing the affected area can stop the itch and dry the rash, speeding healing.
Insect Repellent: 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.
Neem oil has traditionaly been used for the topical treatment of eczema, ringworm, athlete's foot, cold sores, psoriasis, warts, infected burn wounds and slow-healing skin ulcers as well as controlling various skin infections. It is highly effective against fungi and molds along with being antibacterial. Neem Oil is also a very effective insect repellent.
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