Grandpa's Pine Tar Soap 92 g
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This pine tar soap recipe is easy to make following a traditional cold-process lye soap method. It’s is a natural deep pore cleaner that’s been used for centuries to help skin issues like psoriasis, eczema, dandruff, insect bites, and other minor irritations.
Soothing, foaming relief for inflamed and itchy skin conditions, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal Pine Tar Soap.Stir the 1 teaspoon of salt into the cold water. This is to help the soap release from the mold easier and is especially helpful if you’re using silicone molds. Let me know about your soap making adventures by joining my FREE online Natural Living Community. It’s completely OFF social media on our own private platform, giving you a safe place to ask your questions without prying eyes.
Yes, pine tar soap is good for getting rid of body odor. Not everyone enjoys the intense aroma of pine tar, even in a pine tar soap recipe like this one, where it’s offset with essential oils to create a pleasing, masculine scent that isn’t overwhelming. But even those who don’t appreciate the scent will agree that it’s better than body odor!Pine tar has been shown to be antipruritic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal, which makes it a suitable treatment for many inflammatory skin conditions [ source ], such as: Pine tar is made by burning the wood of pine trees in an enclosed container until it breaks down into its component parts: charcoal and tar. The tar is then siphoned off so it can be used for other things, like as a wood preservative, baseball bat sealant, and bath and body treatment—random, right? Ideal for showering, shampooing and facial grooming, this 3-in-1 wonder is made with natural pine tar oil to deeply cleanse, deodorize and moisturize from head to toe. Also helpful in removing scales of Psoriasis, Seborrhea, Dandruff, Eczema and other skin irritations.
Pour the lye solution into the oils/pine tar mixture and stir with a heavy duty plastic or silicone spoon or spatula. Step Two: Pour your lye beads into the water (never the other way around!). Be sure you’re wearing safety glasses and long sleeved shirt/pants. The lye water solution will be hot. Take care and be sure to use a heat resistant container, preferably Pyrex (my favorite)Hi Kelly! Every time I’ve made pine tar soap, it turns out a different color. I suspect that it may have to do with the natural variations that happen in nature-sourced products like pine tar.