Jewelweed Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac Soap and Outdoor Activity Soap with Goatmilk and Honey
We have added wildcrafted Jewelweed from the Sothern region of Illinois!
Jewelweed is known for its powerful soothing properties after one has been exposed to Poison Ivy or Poison Oak. You may want to research facts about Jewelweed Poison Ivy/Oak Soap and its many uses.
INGREDIENT QUICK FACTS:
- Beef Tallow: Cleansing
- Scented with Bug repealing Essential Oils
- Aloe Leaf Juice
Saponified Soybean, Coconut, Palm (RSPO), Shea butter, Goatmilk, Wildcrafted Jewelweed, Essential Oil blend, Honey, Aloe Leaf.
HOW TO USE:
If exposed to poison Ivy or Oak, wash effected areas with cool water and our Jewelweed Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac Soap to remove the poison oils. (Cool water keeps your pores closed reducing the chance that the poisoned oil will penetrate your skin.) If rash develops wash & rinse areas with Jewelweed Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac Soap and then pat a little lather on the rash leaving it to dry. Repeat as necessary to control itch. (Lather dries clear and should not stain/harm fabrics.)
PLEASE NOTE: Jewelweed Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac Soap will last a long time but only if kept dry between uses. Use a soap dish that drains and keep it in a place away from standing water.
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IMPORTANT: Discontinue use if any irritation occurs.
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