Poison Ivy Soap Benefits Discussed as Health and Wellness Company Adds It to Natural Skin Care Product Line

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Natural health and wellness company, True Healthy Products, discusses the benefits of using Poison Ivy Soap as they introduce it for the first time to their product line.

True Healthy Products is an all natural nutrition company

Natural health and wellness company, True Healthy Products discusses the benefits of using Poison Ivy Soap as they introduce it for the first time to their product line.

All natural products proponents, True Healthy Products, based out of Florida is adding new items to their list of healthy alternatives. Poison Ivy Soap, a low cost natural cure is one, with a mix of traditional and modern ingredients to soothe plant induced rashes, is discussed by the company.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology: “10-50 million Americans develop an allergic reaction to Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac each year. Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac grow almost everywhere in the USA. About 85% of people will develop an allergic reaction when adequately exposed to Poison Ivy.”

One of the ingredients in the company’s soap, Palm Oil Soap Base is a common soap making ingredient that hardens the product so that it can be shaped, and provides good lather. Using the right amount of Palm Oil Soap Base naturally drys the skin which may be helpful to poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac sufferers.

Vegetable Glycerine, made from vegetable oil, has humectant, or moisture holding properties, It is transparent, mild enough to be used as a food additive and sweet to taste. It is a popular component for many different products because it is natural and easily obtained. For the Poison Ivy Soap, it may help retain the moisture and suppleness of the finished product, and act as a light moisturizer.

Regarding Oat Protein, “Oat Beta-Glucan is a singularly remarkable complex carbohydrate isolated from the cell wall of oats that has a profound impact on wound healing. Throughout the ages, it has been viewed as possessing numerous health benefits including relieving dry, itchy and irritated skin (oat meal bath), moisturizing and soothing dry skin and soothing and minimizing the discomfort of sunburn” -From the Brennan Medical Website, under “Burn and Wound” and “Oat Beta Glucan”.

Kaolin acts as a drying agent when applied topically. “Kaolin, also called china clay, soft white clay that is an essential ingredient in the manufacture of china and porcelain and is widely used in the making of paper, rubber, paint, and many other products. Kaolin is named after the hill in China (Kao-ling) from which it was mined for centuries” -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Tea Tree Oil which comes form the Malaleuca tree is a common additive to topical skin creams as a natural antiseptic.

Pine Bark is typically used by soap makers as a skin conditioner and antioxidant.

Garden Balsam Leaf otherwise known as Jewel Weed or “Touch Me Not” is a traditional folk cure ingredient long believed to repress rashes from plants.

The company’s Poison Ivy Soap is an all natural approach to dealing with the effects of poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac rashes.

The company will be adding more natural products throughout 2012, focusing on skin care and beauty. For more information about the benefits of the company’s Poison Ivy Soap or other healthy products and their benefits visit the company’s website at http://www.truehealthyproducts.com.

True Healthy Products
2460 N. Courtenay Pkwy, #210
Merritt Island, FL 32953


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