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Wicked Itch Jewelweed Soap (5 fl oz.)

Wicked Itch Jewelweed Soap (5 fl oz.)

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Try our new five ounce bar of jewelweed soap. You can never have enough of this fantastic itch-relieving plant in case of emergency.

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Got a wicked itch?  Then you need Wicked Itch soap!

Description: Our hand-crafted / wild-crafted Jewelweed Anti-Itch Soap ("Wicked Itch") is a combination of natural glycerin soap base and jewelweed extract that is a  very effective remedy for a variety of external itches and irritations. Most notably, it treats poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.  Jewelweed is also known to be effective in treating acne.

This soap is unscented.

Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, coconut oil, sodium stearate, sodium myristate, palm oil, sunflower oil, sorbitol, olive oil, purified water, Impatiens Capensis / Pallida* (Handpicked Jewelweed)** Decoction.

Volume: 5 fl. oz.

Price (per bar): $8.99

Shipping: Free!

* This product may contain traces of yellow / pale jewelweed (Impatiens pallida), which is also effective against poison ivy. Read our article to learn more about pale jewelweed.

** In order to capture the additional anti-itch element from jewelweed's flowers, this jewelweed was harvested while in bloom.

 

Instructions for poison ivy (oak, sumac) itch relief: Use lukewarm water.  Do not use hot water. Hot water will open up your pores and allow irritants to penetrate.  Lather itchy area with the Wicked Itch soap and leave in place for about two minutes.  Rinse.  Repeat as needed.

Instructions for itch prevention: Our jewelweed soap is also effective at preventing poison ivy, sumac and oak rashes.  Before going into areas with poison ivy, poison oak or poison sumac, lather exposed areas with Wicked Itch Jewelweed Soap.  Rinse lightly.

NOTE: Don't leave your soap in the sun or a very hot location; the glycerin will melt if heated too much.

Jewelweed information: 

1. Lipton (1958) did a clinical study where he determined that 108 of 115 patients who presented with existing poison ivy rashes that he treated with jewelweed preparations "responded most dramatically to the topical application of [jewelweed]". He later did a patch test on himself and again concluded that jewelweed extract was the most effective course of treatment.  Source - Medical Attributes of Impatiens sp. - Jewelweed, Touch-me-not

 

2. An active ingredient found naturally in jewelweed extract is the same ingredient found in a popular hemorrhoid preparation.  Why?  Because it works on itching and inflammation!

Learn more about the science behind jewelweed use as a poison ivy remedy and anti-itch solution.

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