MyPine Tar Soap is a specially formulated recipe.
Mine pine tar percentage used is 10% of the weight of the oils. I use a blend of Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Lard, Grapeseed oil and Castor Oil. This is truly a wonderful soap for problematic skin. This bar works great on eczema, dermatitis, dry skin, psoriasis, acne and even poison ivy.
All Natural Cold process soap.
Water, Lard, Olive oil, Coconut oil, Hydroxide sodium, Grapeseed oil, Pine tar (DALBRÄND TRÄTJÄRA), Castor oil.
Pine Tar Soap: The Benefits of Use
Pine tar soap is a natural soap which has long been touted for its medicinal benefits in the treatment of skin conditions, plus treatment of dandruff.
Pine tar, as well as pine oil, has a strong pine smell; it is combined with other scented oils as well as essential oils for use on the body. It is said to have antibacterial and anti-fungal qualities and is useful to soothe and treat symptoms of poison ivy, oak, and sumac. Pine soap, is also used to treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis; it relieves the itching caused by bug bites.
Pine tar is a common additive in shampoo and is used to treat the inflammation and itching of the scalp due to dandruff. Due to its pine smell, pine tar soap, an organic soap, is known to offer a variety of deodorizing benefits. Men are known to enjoy its fresh, pine scent. Pine tar has been traditionally associated with homemade, organic, and natural soap-making.
Pine tar soap and shampoo has also been proven effective in soothing psoriasis and eczema, easing inflammation of the body, while offering a cure to itching associated with bug bites. It also makes for an excellent choice as soap for men.
Traditional Use in Soap
Pine tar has been a commonly seen ingredient in soaps, spanning hundreds of years. It is still used today, especially in natural soaps and organic soaps.
Pine tar and pine oil has long been used in soap. It can be irritating to some people: mixing it with the fats and other oils found in soap dilutes the pine tar and pine oil so it does not cause irritation.
Black soap is a very different product. It is made from coal tar and used to treat dandruff, kill lice, and treat similar skin conditions to pine tar.
Black soap made with coal tar is said to have analgesic properties, soothing the itching and burning sensation associated with common skin conditions. Pine tar soap and black soap are not the same product, but offer similar uses. Coal tar is said to have an unpleasant and strong odor that can be covered up with essential oils.
Other Uses of Pine Tar Soap
When combined with other ingredients, pine tar can be used for many applications for the skin and hair. No feminine scent here! Pine tar and pine oil can be used with ingredients such as oatmeal, another natural substance that soothes the skin, and adds mild exfoliating properties. It is effective in soothing the inflammation, skin, scalp and itching due to dandruff.
You can find pine tar in natural and organic soaps with other natural ingredients. Pine tar is an all-natural substance that does no harm to the environment.