My pine tar soap is a specially formulated recipe I created for you that suffers from troubled skin. I use a unique blend of pine tar, olive oil, shea butter and castor oil. I then add a bolstering amount of pure essential oils including tea tree oil, lavender oil and rosemary oil. The scent of pine tar totally supercedes the scent of the above mentioned essential oils and the bar smells (best described as) woody and smokey.
Asking yourself what is pine tar soap good for? Pine tar soap uses are endless, if you have problematic skin, your going to want to give this soap a chance, we've gotten so much feedback from customers telling us how this bar has helped their eczema, dermatitis, dry skin, psoriasis, acne and even poison ivy.
Pine tar soap benefits are endless and have a rich history in our countries past, its produced by carbonizing pine wood using extremely high heat. It was the primary preservative in the shipping industry before modern preservative methods were introduced. Since it's discovery and even today, it is used on horses hooves to help keep them moisturized. Pine tar has been used for over 2000 years to treat skin conditions, our ancestors felt provided soothing and antiseptic properties, nevertheless, the demand for high quality, pure and naturally made pine tar soap is growing. This bar is sometimes known as a grandpa's pine tar soap since grandpa's with dry skin remember their parents using the same type of soap on them when they were children.
If you don't see the answer to, what is pine tar soap used for here, check our blog posts for a full list, if there isn't an article on it yet, there will be soon.
Not to be confused with pine soap, or tar soap or even soap tar... this is an official listing for a pine tar bar of soap.
Directions: Use on your scalp or body the same amount of time that you would use any other soap. Keep the bar dry between uses and it will allow the pine tar to last much longer. If you experience any unwanted or uncomfortable reaction, discontinue use immediately.
If your still asking yourself, what is pine tar soap used for and want to learn about the added all natural ingredients in this handmade pine tar soap bar you can read further into the ingredients and their benefits in our blog posts, we go into detail about skin-care and the health benefits that come along with using our handmade soap bars and go into detail about each essential oil and ingredient we use in this bar of soap and all of our other soaps, shampoo bars and lotions. You'll also find more info about the founder of Ava Quinn's and the journey its been to get here, where we are today.
One of our specialties is hand crafting custom party favor orders for your baby showers, bridal showers, engagement parties or any other party that you may need bulk soap for, always at discounted, wholesale pricing. We label and wrap each soap or shampoo individually, the result is a memorable, gorgeous little gift that your party go-ers will never forget. The labels can be totally customized with your wording.
Each product includes complete ingredient listings, letting you know exactly what you are buying (and putting on your skin). Every item we produce has been tested by myself and my family. We don't create anything we wouldn't let our own children use. All creations exceed our rigorous standards before it ships to you.
All of our soap, shampoo and skin-care products are always hand-crafted in small batches. Based in NY, we source local ingredients as much as possible from local gardeners and community gardens alike, all of our products are completely vegetable-based with no animal fats added.
Extend the life of your soap by keeping it dry in between uses and make sure it's in a well drained, dry soap dish. Please keep in mind since each bar is handmade and hand cut, the size and appearance may slightly vary.
We never use soy, artificial dyes, artificial ingredients or chemicals.
Our promise to you: we will always use the highest quality ingredients and will source local products within our region as much as possible.