Poison Ivy Soap
Our favorite poison ivy soap has everything you need to soothe, cool, and heal poison ivy as quickly as possible. The rash can last for up to three weeks!
Washing with poison ivy soap as soon as possible after the exposure may prevent the symptoms entirely. It can also reduce severity of the symptoms.
Key ingredients in our natural poison ivy soap include manuka honey, calamine powder, oatmeal, and aloe vera juice. Each one helps to soothe and heal the skin, while reducing the itchiness.
This natural soap will not dry out the rest of your skin. It is as gentle as can bee! (It smells nice too!)
You can find the poison ivy soap as part of a money saving bundle over here, along with other summer outdoor necessities.
Poison Ivy “Leaves of Three, Let it Bee”
The Queen is VERY sensitive to poison ivy; she literally gets goosebumps in the vicinity of the plant! She knows how to identify the plant by it’s “leaves of three”…do you?
Plants are always friendly to humans! If you are sensitive to urushiol, an oily resin produced by the poison ivy plant, you know it is not fun!
Contact with urishiol from poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac can cause redness, itching, and swelling on the skin where you came in contact with the resin. It can also spread to different parts of your body.
Even though poison ivy can be unpleasant, we still want you to get outside and enjoy nature. Dress right, stay out of overgrown woody areas and bee clean with Backyard Bees!
Mosquitos can also bee a little barrier to enjoying nature. We’ve got an natural solution to that too – check out our Bee Outside set that includes a natural mosquito repellent and lavender bug bite relief stick.
How to Use Poison Ivy Soap
After exposure to poison ivy, wash your whole body with the poison ivy soap. Pay extra attention to fingernails, wrists and ankles. Don’t wait for the symptoms to appear.
After your initial whole body washdown, if you develop symptoms, you can opt to use the soap on the affected areas or continue to use on your whole body. It is 100% safe.
The soap will stop the itch, and dry up the urishiol, preventing further spread of the rash.
Poison ivy can last for up to three weeks. You do not have to use the soap for the entire 3 weeks. Just use as needed to provide relief.
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