Poison Ivy Goat Milk Soap

Poison Ivy Goat Milk Soap


(2 customer reviews)

A must have for the outdoorsman! Our Jewelweed Poison Ivy Soap is made with wildcrafted jewelweed that grows native to the mountains of east TN. Jewelweed is one of nature’s best kept secrets for poison ivy! We’ve also added plantain, yarrow, and tea tree essential oil which are all “super heroes” of the herbal world for skin! Old fashioned pine tar completes this recipe making it a powerhouse combination of all the hiker secrets, herbal remedies, and grandpa’s wisdom.

How does it really work?

  • Pine tar and Tea tree oils strip the poison ivy oils off your skin to prevent a rash from developing after exposure.
  • If rash has already developed a thorough wash may help to remove any residual oils and keep it from spreading.
  • Goat milk helps add a gentle quality to ensure your skin doesn’t get too dry after each wash and may help alleviate irrigation and itch*

How do I use it?

  • Possible exposure:  wash thoroughly and rinse all areas possibly exposed.
  • Rash has developed:  leave soap lather on exposed area for at least 1 minute before rinsing thoroughly.

*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any condition. All medical concerns should be addressed with a medical professional.


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Free Reign Farm Goat Milk Soap Benefits

Free Reign Farm’s Jewelweed Poison Ivy Soap made with Goat Milk

This jewelweed poison ivy goat milk soap is made with pine tar and jewelweed.  A hiker’s best kept secret for poison ivy.

Ingredients: Jewelweed infused goat milk solution, saponified natural fats and coconut oils, olive oil infusion (Jewelweed, plantain and yarrow), pine tar, tea tree essential oil.

Size: 4.5 oz

How do I use it?

  • For possible poison ivy exposure, lather and rinse thoroughly to remove oils from skin.
  • If a rash has developed soap can be used to wash any residual oils away to help prevent spreading to new points of contact.
  • Goat milk and herbs in soap may help alleviate irritation/itch.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any medical condition and should not be viewed as such. Please consult a doctor for all medical needs.

Allergy Warning: People with skin allergies should test the soap on a small spot of skin first.  Stop using if irritation occurs while using this poison ivy soap.

Please Note: Our amazing jewelweed poison ivy soap made with pine tar and tea tree essential oil is all handmade which will result in natural variations in size, shape, and color from batch to batch. We think it adds character! Goodness knows there were a lot of “characters” who had a hand in making – just ask Ethel the goat!


2 reviews for Poison Ivy Goat Milk Soap

  1. Rebecca

    We have a large yard next to a forest, and poison ivy is part of this beautiful landscape. I’ve had to resort to steroid creams, pills, and/or shots during yard-maintenance season for years. However, this season I bought a “Poison Ivy Soap” bar and immediately used it right after working in the yard. I’m so thrilled to share that this soap really works!! I’ve had no rash this summer! I believe the key is its ingredients along with the timing – wash with it immediately after exposure to the vines. This soap will definitely be a staple in our house!

  2. Brenda B (verified owner)

    This is my favorite soap due to being highly allergic to poison ivy. After doing yardwork I suds it up and put it on any skin that was exposed ( like above the glove line) and leave it on for 3 minutes and then rinse off. It really works for me!

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