This soap is inspired by campfires, long hikes, sleeping under the stars and all the poison ivy, bug bites & stings and sunburn that inevitably come with those activities. Nature's remedy is wild-harvested jewelweed whose leaves and stem contain juices that soothe and help clear up skin irritations. Jewelweed juice is used to make this soap along with exceptionally skin-healing neem oil with a base of local, pasture-raised lard, regionally-grown sunflower oil and coconut oil. It’s scented with lavender, tangerine and patchouli essential oils for a fresh, and well, happy scent! The color comes from rose clay which can help calm and dry up rashes. You can use this soap to wash any exposed skin as soon as possible after walking through an area with poison ivy to avoid the rash. Or, if you’ve already got it, you can make a paste with the lather from this soap and let it dry on the affected area. It clears the rash up so quickly! A summer must-have for all you nature-lovers out there!
Ingredients: Purified water, coconut oil*, regionally-grown sunflower oil, local pasture-raised lard, sodium hydroxide, jewelweed, castor oil*, neem oil*, rose clay, red clay, lavender*, tangerine and patchouli* essential oils.
Directions: Wash skin thoroughly after exposure to poison ivy. To dry up a rash, create a thick lather and allow to dry on affected area. Repeat every 3-4 hrs until rash subsides.
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