Description from Old Whippersnappers:
Does dry itchy skin or flaky scalp drive you crazy? This Pine Tar Soap will take care of it.
I make this soap with a large amount of Pine Tar in it to help with Psoriasis, Eczema, and Dandruff.
You will be hard pressed to find a better Pine Tar soap than mine. My Pine Tar soap is Authentic, meaning that it has at least 20% Pine Tar in it. Most other Pine Tar soaps only put a little bit in and then try to pass their soap off as “Pine Tar Soap”. Why? Because Pine Tar is expensive and they are just gouging their customers! Seriously, do you really want to pay big bucks for a bar of soap that is filled with clay & sand & fake Pine Tar?
So if you want the “Real McCoy” our Authentic 20% Pine Tar soap is here to purchase!
Also, here is a great related question I got recently from a buyer, and my answer to her question:
“Hi! I’ve recently heard about pine tar soap but never tried it before. I’m very interested in trying your soap. I have a quick question for you. Does your soap have a fairly strong/fresh pine scent that stays with you for a while or does it smell like something else? I look forward to hearing from you and then trying your product. Thx!”
“Hello. Real pine tar soap, like ours, does not smell like pine. It smells a bit smokey due to the fact that it is made with Pine Tar. Pine tar is created by burning pine trees. Any pine tar soap that claims to smell otherwise is not real pine tar soap. They are likely skimping on their percentage of pine tar in the soap due to the fact that pine tar is expensive and adding a pine fragrance to misdirect the consumer.”
Handcut Soap is 4.1 to 4.5 ounces Each Bar
(color and shape of soap may differ slightly from picture as each batch is homemade to order and slightly unique order to order giving each batch its own character. Also note: To ensure brand authenticity to our customers all bar soaps are stamped with our company name.)
*Full list of ingredients: Pine Tar, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerine, and Lye (used for saponification to create the soap; final product contains no lye).