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Pine Tar Bath Products - Bath Size Soap Bar


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  • GRANDPA'S BRANDS Pine Tar Soap Bath Size 4.25 OZ
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Important Information

Indications
Skin Care

Ingredients
Special Vegetable Pine Tar Oil carefully blended to a formula that is over 100 years old.

Directions
Use for toilet, bath, and shampoo.

Product Description

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Grandpa's soap is the natural moisturizer. Skin care products like this pine tar soap - that has been called the "Wonder" soap - are especially useful for removing scales of eczema, psoriasis, dandruff and dry skin. Thousands of testimonials and word-of-mouth are the only advertising this 100-year-old product has needed. No additives. Only pure soap and sweet smelling pine tar oil. Lathers white.
Bath & Shower Gel comes in an 8 oz. container.

Product Details

Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00028LN1K
  • UPC: 010486007011
  • Item model number: 701-25
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (246 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,355 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

Oh, and it's actually the smell of pine tar.
dreampig
Within a week of using this soap her doctor thought the rash had cleared!
Peter Zenger
I really like the soap however, the smell is very strong.
L from NJ

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Paul H. Wilson on September 27, 2007
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I am very pleased with this soap. I used it many years ago, as a teenager and it seemed to reduce acne. Now, as a middle-aged very fair skinned person I have started using it again to clean and moisturize in one step, and it seems to reduce some skin problems I have.(Even the dermatologist noticed.) As a guy I really don't like scented soaps but this one smells fine to me, and the mosquitoes don't seem to like it much (jes fine by me!).
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54 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Its just me! on March 28, 2007
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I first began using Pine Tar soap as a medic in Vietnam to treat all kinds of skin conditions. It just seemed to work like magic on everything from rashes to eczemas to itchy scalp.

Then, it seemed to disappear from the shelves and I thought they had stopped making it. However, every now and then I would find an old drugstore somewhere that carried a few bars and I bought whatever they had. Now I see that Amazon carries it and at a great price too.

If you suffer from any kind of skin condition, you should try one bar. Some people complain about the smell but personally I like the smell. It has a woody odor and even that disappears within an hour.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By PS on April 17, 2012
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My wife had itching which started from 37th week of her pregnancy. It started with itching over her tummy and it was spreading all over. I felt so helpless watching her scratching all day and night. We tried everything from benadryl anti itch cream, gold bond, lactocalamine, Sarna and Grandpa pine tar soap. Initially benadryl anti itch & lactocalamine used to give temporary relief but it lasted only no more than 2hrs. Then the GoldBond which gave relief upto 3 to 4hrs. Goldbond used to give immediate relief rightaway but lasted no more than 4 hrs. If you use goldbond, apply very very less since it temporarily freezes the body. Then we got our shipment of the grandpa pine tar soap. We started using this along with the Goldbond and after 3 to 4 days the itching was gone. Am pretty sure that it was the soap that worked wonders. All you have to do is give it 3 days to work. As it was mentioned in other reviews about the smell of the soap, it wasnt bad at all for us. Its just that it doesnt smell good like dove or other soaps which are used regularly. But its not bad like mentioned in other reviews.

Our Gynic disagreed that the scratching my wife had was anything to do with PUPPS and she did a test to see if the liver was doing ok and it came out normal. However she didn't prescribe any medication for the itching except Benadryl. Many reviewers mentioned that once you start to get itching in your pregnancy, you don't have any other choice except to wait until you deliver the baby. I was worried reading all that. Another worry was we had a baby shower planned in a week. And then I came across this soap which just saved us from all the pain, frustration, sleepless nights and what not.

I wasted 3 days trying to purchase this at any store without ordering it online. I was a fool then.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MzEllen on July 11, 2008
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I have rosacea and within a week of using this soap, the majority of my symptoms were gone.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Adam J. Heller on June 6, 2011
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It's clear from all the other reviews that the scent of this soap is pretty polarizing, but I love it. It has the smell of slightly charred bacon and a pine wood campfire. The smell was strong when the bar was fresh, but it diminished pretty quickly. It lathers really well even in hard water, and the scent doesn't stick around long after a shower.

You can find lots of online commentary saying that one of the ingredients is sodium tallowate (made from animal fat), BUT THAT'S NOT THE CASE ANYMORE! I contacted Grandpa's to ask about it, and they say they don't use animal parts or do animal testing. I further asked what the difference between "Original" and "Vegetable Based" bar soaps are on their website, and their representative Kim Greer kindly responded with:

'All the pine tar soaps are the same formulation. At one time, this was not the case. We did have 125th Anniversary at the top of the 4.25 oz. bar but when it became outdated we change the description to "Original". This is the only difference.'

So, vegetarians/vegans/compassionate folk: Grandpa's does not use animal products, or do animal testing, contrary to what you may read online.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By lucas on December 19, 2007
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I have been using Grandpa's Pine Tar soap for years, after one use I was in love. I know the scent is STRONG, but I really like it. Some people think it smells bad, but that's just because we are used to our skin-care and everything else smelling like tropical fruits or cucumbers or flowers. This soap smells real. And I love it. My skin loves too!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By llama lee on September 13, 2005
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Grandpa's has been around since 1876 and some things I guess are just too good to change. This is a soap that gets you clean without all the perfumes you find in todays soaps. It even makes a great shampoo. Try a bar and you will never settle for any other soap in the shower.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Noway Jose on July 7, 2014
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I'm 32 weeks pregnant. Life has been rough lately. I got into some poison ivy while working on my yard (ugh), which then got infected (diagnosis: cellulitis), and just as that *started* to clear up a little (thanks, antibiotics!), I was just lucky enough to get PUPPP. I'm pretty sure I'm allergic to being pregnant. The skin on my belly and legs was itchy, inflamed, tight, and awful. I wasn't sleeping well because of the intense itch.

Enter Grandpa's Pine Tar Soap. I am on my fourth day of using this stuff twice daily. Each morning and night, I work up a nice pine tar lather in the shower. Then, I turn off the water for a couple of minutes, and massage the lather over my skin. I'm not sure if this step is really necessary, but I feel like it might make the itch relief last a little longer. Finally, I rinse off and go about my life.

Holy crap. This stuff has totally controlled the itch (for about 8 hours after use) and really faded the appearance of the rash. I can sleep through the night again. My only problem now is that I'm terrified to STOP using it. If I stop using it, I might grow scales and die, you know?

Yes, it smells like Ron Swanson's hunting cabin, set ablaze. It's not really a bad smell though. And if you're uncomfortable enough, you won't care. Plus, you really only smell it while you're using it. Once you dry off, the pine tar scent disappears from your skin.

If I were just slightly crazier, I would get a tattoo of the Grandpa's Pine Tar Soap logo on my left butt cheek to prove my total devotion to this product.
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