Pine Tar has been used for many years as a wood preservative, weatherproofing for rope and in soap.
Customers have said pine tar has helped with various skin conditions and relieves itching.
Pine Tar has a very strong scent so I only use a small percentage in the soap. If you've tried other bars of pine tar that were too strong, this one may be just right for you.
It’s made with the oils of palm, coconut, hempseed and olive as well as pine tar. The lye is made from pure earth filtered mountain spring water and sodium hydroxide. It’s rugged texture comes from ground oatmeal. It’s pine tree scent comes from the pine tar.
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