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Grandpa's Wonder Pine Tar Soap– Though it was originally used as a wood preservative and weatherproofing agent, pine tar has long held a reputation as a great ingredient in soaps because of the way that it helps alleviate symptoms associated with chronic skin conditions. You can find this useful compound as a prime component of Grandpa's Wonder Pine Tar Soap, which can help heal your skin while it cleans. Grandpa’s also recommends using pine tar soap for shaving and shampooing to increase the benefits of this versatile product.
Pine Tar Benefits
For centuries, pine tar--which is a sticky substance created during the carbonization of pine wood--has been used by professionals ranging from ship builders to veterinarians. Among its other uses, pine tar has been proven to be beneficial in addressing symptoms of various skin conditions. Individuals who suffer from skin irritation due to eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff may benefit from using pine tar soaps. The natural ingredient can also help calm the irritation caused by sunburn, bug bites, and exposure to poison ivy or poison sumac.
Versatile Uses for Pine Tar Soap
Since 1878, people have been using Grandpa's Wonder Pine Tar Soap to cleanse, heal, and moisturize skin. The soap is manufactured without any added fragrances or dyes. Instead, you will notice the distinct natural scent and brown color of pine tar. If the concept of washing with brown soap makes you uncomfortable, you will be reassured to know that this product lathers white and won't leave behind any unwanted residue. According to manufacturers, the use of pine tar soap as a shampoo is recommended by many barbers as a way to soothe the skin on your scalp while imparting necessary moisture to your hair. You can also use Grandpa's Wonder in place of your usual shaving cream to provide a comfortable barrier between your face and razor blade.
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