Pine Tar Sachet/Travel Soap

$ 2.50

Fragrance Description: This soap has an earthy, equine fragrance due to the pine tar.

Ingredients: Soap (palm oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, water, sodium hydroxide), Milk, Pinus Palustris (Pine) Wood Tar

Additional Information: Historically, pine tar soap has been used to remove the oils from Poison Ivy both before and after the skin reaction occurs. Our Palm oil supplier is a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), an organization that supports sustainable palm oil production.

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Customer Testimonial:
Hi Hedge! Just wanted you to know that I absolutely love this soap...obviously :)  I have a suggestion about your describing it--I think the exfoliate properties of the little bag are splendid. That's my fav thing about this product. Anyway, thanks so much!
♥ Valerie ♥ (6/15)
These unbleached cotton muslin bags are filled with tiny scraps of soap.

To use as a sachet, just place the bag in a drawer or any other enclosed area you wish to scent. If the scent fades, just roll the bag in your hands a little and that should break up the soap and release more fragrance. There is no way to re-sent or rejuvenate these bags once the scent has diminished, however most customers find it lasts 2-3 months depending on conditions.

To use as a travel soap, remove the paper tag and wet the entire bag as is and use it to wash as usual. The cotton muslin will work as a washcloth and the soap inside will condense and give you about 7 showers. Perfect for a week’s vacation, you can bring good soap with you without the hassle of returning home with a wet bar of soap in your bag. Cotton bags are also biodegradable and compostable.