This unique soap works in 3 ways. First, it stops the itch with sassafras root bark, a natural antihistamine. Then it uses noni and white willow herbs to soothe swelling, pain, and irritation. Finally, the natural clay and oat bran draw the irritants and toxins out of the skin to stop the progression of the irritation. Not just for poison ivy/oak. Try Itch Relief for insect bites, skin rashes, and chronic skin problems.
After suffering for years from poison oak and being unable to find a cure that really worked, Marie, a medicinal herbalist for 35 years, settled down to formulate her own solution. Her 100% natural soap formula, handmade on her 40 acre organic farm in Oregon, proved to be so successful that she soon began selling it to her local hardware and landscape supply stores. It wasn’t long before the word was out: Marie’s Original POISON IVY/ OAK SOAP really works!
UNIQUE TRIPLE ACTION FORMULA
1. STOPS THE ITCH: Marie uses Sassafras root bark which has a natural antihistamine action that stops the itching.
2. HEALS: Two ingredients, Noni and White Willow, are herbs that traditionally help heal swelling, pain and irritation.
3. PREVENTS: This soap has a mechanical action. The pure natural clay and organic oat bran pull any toxins or irritants that might be present off the skin. This action stops the progression of the irritation.
Marie’s Original POISON IVY/ OAK SOAP helps removes the oils of the poison ivy, oak and sumac plants from the skin and speeds the healing process of these and other skin rashes.
It Works AND It’s 100% Natural!
Ingredients: Glycerin soap, Organic oat bran, Pure natural clay, Olive oil, infusions or essential oils of Betula lenta, Salix alba, Morinda citrifolia, Sassafras albidum and Grindelia camporum.
Directions: Wet skin, lather affected area with Poison Ivy/ Oak Soap, leave lather on skin for at least 5 minutes and rinse. Lather again and allow lather to dry on skin for long-lasting relief. Use 3 times daily or as needed.
Do not use this product on broken skin without consulting a physician.