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Remwood Products Co. - Grandma's Pure and Natural Lye Soap - 6 oz.

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Remwood Products Co. - Grandma's Pure and Natural Lye Soap - 6 oz.

  • Code#:78588
  • Manufacturer:Remwood Products Co.
  • Size/Form:6  oz.
  • Packaged Ship Weight:0.40
Four Reasons Why You Should Use Our Pure Soap
  • No detergents or other additives to dry skin.
  • Natural glycerin is not removed
  • Economical. Lasts about a month
  • Itching of mosquito, tick and chigger bites.

    In the past, folks made two kinds of lye soap at home; mild lye soap (like ours) with which to bathe, and a stronger version for laundry.

    Lye is used in the making of all soaps. During the process of changing the oils into soap, called saponification, all of the lye is used up in the finished product. It is during the saponification process that natural glycerin is created. Most commercial soap manufacturers removed much of the glycerin from their products. Grandma's Lye Soap retains all of the natural glycerin. That is why our soap is pure soap and very good for your skin.

    Cheaper soap is not better soap. Commercial soap manufacturers have found ways to reduce the cost of soap by adding detergents and other additives. While detergents are great cleaners, they remove the natural oils from the skin and may cause your skin to be dry and itchy.

    Red, raw hands during the cold winter months can be caused by detergents in the soap you are using. Prevent detergent burned hands during the winter months by washing regularly with Grandma's Lye Soap.

    Historical Uses for Lye Soap
    • Folks tell us teenage acne was not a problem back when people used homemade lye soap for bathing. In the summer of 2006, lye soap was mentioned on the Oprah Winfrey Show during a discussion about what worked for acne.
    • Country folks suggest bathing with lye soap as soon as possible after being exposed to poison ivy or oak. They recommend washing the affected area 3-4 times a day and putting some lather on the rash to ease the discomfort.
    • People who have used lye soap for years say a little lather on mild sunburn seems to pull the heat out.
    • Some folks say leg cramps can be helped by placing a bar of lye soap on the foot of the bed under the sheets where the legs rest.
    • Mosquito or Chigger bite discomfort may be eased by placing some lather on the bite.
    • Leather tennis shoes can be cleaned and softened by simply lathering up a cloth, rubbing on the shoes and wiping off with a damp cloth.
    • For light laundry stains, wet stain, rub lye soap on, then launder.
    Highly Recommended For Dry Skin, may ease skin discomfort due to:
    • Psoriasis
    • Eczema
    • Acne
    • Winter dry, itchy skin
    • Poison Ivy-Oak
    • Any Rash/Hives
    • Insect Bites
    • Hides human scent for hunters
    • Best for dirty-mouthed kids
    Detergent & Fragrance Free
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    100%28 out of 28 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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    By Laurie (Fishers , IN )

    I use this for bath soap because it is so gentle. AND we use it for laundry soap, too! Use 1 c. ground soap with 1 c. each borax and soda ash, 1/4 c. citric acid and 4 c. hot water. Cool slowly and stir frequently. Makes a great concentrate - 1/2 c. in large loads gets everything clean and whites are bright.

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    By Kimberly (Decatur , IN )

    This is a favorite. Hands down. Doesn't strip your skin of oils, and cleans great!

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    By Alice (Kamloops , BC )

    I have serious allergies. This is the only soap I have found that doesn't cause me to have an allergic response. My husband has also switched to using it as well.My neighbour tried the soap, loves it and now has her husband using it also. Thank you for making this simple but very necessary product

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    By Sabrina (St Augustine , FL )

    My favorite lye soap. Helps a lot with my son's eczema.

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    By MELANIE (North Charleston , SC )

    I have an allergy to coconut and this is the only soap that I can use. My skin is soft and clear and the bar lasts a long time. It is too drying for my face, but works great as a body bar.

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    Manufacturer Info

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    Remwood Products Co. Box 35305
    Tulsa, OK,
    Phone: 1-800-345-3925 Fax: 918-622-6874 Visit website

    About Remwood Products Co.

    Unlike ordinary soap, our special formulation has resulted in pure, natural soap that seems to have exciting results. We receive mail orders on a daily basis from people who use our lye soap exclusively for psoriasis, eczema, dry itchy skin, head lice, acne, or just baby bottom soft skin. Four reasons why you should use our pure soap 1. No detergents or other additives to dry skin. 2. Natural glycerin is not removed. 3. Economical. Lasts about a month. 4. Itching of mosquito, tick, and chigger bites.


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