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Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap, 2-Ounce


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  • Gentle cleansing bar soap
  • Features pine tar and tea tree oil
  • 99.82% natural
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Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap, 2-Ounce + Mean Green Power Hand Scrub (16 oz Jar) + Tec Labs Tecnu Outdoor Skin Cleanser  12-Ounce
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Product Description

  • "Leaves of three, leave them be."
  • 99.82% Natural.

Our unique blend of jewelweed, clay and pine tar are carefully formulated to offer a mild and cleansing bar of soap, perfect for anyone who enjoys the great out-of-doors.

Customer Inquiry Hotline:  1-800-849-7112
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 3 x 3 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0009ET5H6
  • UPC: 792850113992 002766025976
  • Item model number: 113-887
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,578 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It is the worst experience one can go through.
Jessica
Works great for before or after the rash appears, and is very gentle on the skin and affected area.
Brandon Edington
That helped with the itch and helps the healing.
Douglas W Fine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 10, 2012
After months of using this product, during which time I got poison oak at least 10 times, I can say the following:

1) It doesn't work very well removing oils or clearing up rashes. The only products that seem to be able to stop rashes are Zanfel/Mean Green.
2) It doesn't stop itch very well, about the same level as Calamine lotion, which is to say not very much.

My treatment/prevention regimen:

1) Take Zyrtec during any time you might be exposed.
2) Ivy Block lotion on your hands or anywhere else that might be exposed. Reapply like you would Suntan lotion.
3) Tecnu to wash off oils that may have accumulated.
4) Long Sleeves and Pants.
5) Immediate wash of all affected clothing in 1/2 Tecnu and 1/2 Detergent.

If I get an actual rash:
1) Zanfel per directions
2) Mean Green Cleaner used in the same manner.
3) Gojo also appears to work, but I only used it once.

This will clear up the rash within a day or two.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By shopgw on November 4, 2011
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Yup, this stuff works like a charm. Prevents the P.I. after exposure and if you do get the itches, lather and let it dry right on the rash. It's all about getting the oil off your body, this soap does that. And the Jewelweed helps when you don't get it all and a rash does happen to form. I own a property of 7 poison ivy laden acres; trust me, this stuff works the best, and I have tried it all.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By nojirigirl on March 23, 2008
Not only does this stuff work right after you have been exposed, but if you lather it up and leave it on the rash to dry, it drys up the rash. I always keep it on hand now...
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Caleb Meinke on August 5, 2009
I contracted poison oak on a recent camping trip, and was having no luck with over the counter ointments and treatments. After giving a series of expensive options a try with limited results, I decided to purchase Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap to see if it would have any impact on the itching and burning that accompany Rhus-dermatitis. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised. This soap significantly reduced the itching feeling, nearly to the point of elimination, and began to advance the drying/healing process of the sores after the first use. I have had poison ivy and oak several times, and this treatment ranks with some of the best treatments I have ever used; including those prescribed by a doctor. If you want to save some time, money, and do away with the itchy irritation give this soap a try. I promise you won't regret it.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael Eade on June 4, 2012
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**Fair warning, I used two different products, but escaped largely unscathed.**
So I went for a run and got ensnared in a small forest of poison ivy. I'm in shorts and I'm surrounded by waist high poison ivy. DOOMED. It wasn't a case of did I touch it, it was a case of what do I do now to avoid a month of blisters and welts?

First, I ran to someone's house and begged for use of their garden hose and some regular soap. Cold water is the way to go when dealing with poison ivy, you don't want to open up your skin pores with hot water. After a thorough scrubbing I ran back to my car, drove home, and jumped in my own shower with a product called Technu. Once that was done, I started researching other treatments and came across this soap. I ordered some (for future use) and ran off to Whole Foods to buy some for immediate use. Started using this and had cold showers twice a day for a week.

The result? I got three small blisters behind one knee (probably just an area I missed during my wash offs). I will say that this soap seemed to help dry out the sores and make them go away more quickly, and I will certainly be incorporating this soap into poison ivy treatments in the future.

To help relieve itching once there is a breakout, switch the shower from cold to as hot as you can take. The itchy areas will burn out of their reserves of histamine and you'll remain itch free for several hours. Do not take hot showers prior to a breakout, as this can cause the oils to spread and/or make your skin pores open accelerating the absorption process.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Campbell on April 23, 2013
I am highly allergic to poison ivy and after being exposed, I have always had to receive medical care including prednisone shots. I am an avid outdoors person and gardener and I was so discouraged after my last bout of the evil rash. I had purchased Burt Bee's poison ivy soap before but I had never really used it properly. I never left it on to dry and although it helped, I still suffered for several weeks. Well, I finally used it the right way and what a difference.....night and day. The rash dried up so quickly after I would lather up and not rinse it off and I did this at least 3 times per day. WOW!! The best part yet though is I started to experiment using the soap for prevention as well as treatment. I had read on several forums about lathering up and not rinsing prior to being exposed and it will prevent the urushiol from the plant from bonding with your skin. I still of course took the necessary precautions and wore gloves but I went on an attack of the poison ivy in our yard with wonderful results. I pulled out by the roots, wheelbarrows full of the evil plant and the result was fantastic......a teeny tiny rash on my hands that went away so quickly....I am so thrilled. Maybe, just maybe, I can finally rid our 3 acres of all the poison ivy after all.
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