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Poison Ivy Soap

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If you have come into contact with poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac, place exposed clothing into the washer before showering. Normal laundry detergent may remove the residue from clothing. However, for those with extreme allergies, rub a bar of Poison Ivy Soap across a cheese grater (don't use it for cheese after this) and put the soap flakes into the washing machine with the contaminated clothes. Remember not to touch your towel until after your shower. The ingredients in our Poison Ivy Soap are safe enough for preventative daily use
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  • After exposure to Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac wash your entire body with Poison Ivy Soap. Do not use any other soap or body wash.
  • Rinse well with water.
  • Do not prewash; use after exposure.
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TypeSoap
BrandThe Poison Ivy Soap Co

How To Use Poison Ivy Soap: After exposure to Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac wash your entire body with Poison Ivy Soap. Do not use any other soap or body wash. Rinse well with water. Do not prewash; use after exposure.

If You Have the Rash: Follow the same instructions as above.

Recontamination: The invisible oil from the poison plants, Urushiol, can stick to almost any surface. Anything is touches or you touch can restart the rash and itch.

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