Okay, let’s get serious here (because zits are serious stuff).  Who likes zits? Who likes Eczema or Psoriasis?  This might be a rustic, coal black, ‘oogly’ bar of soap, but customers say it packs a punch (without drying out your epidermis).  It’s not even remotely harsh.  Pine tar soap has been used for over 100 years to treat eczema, psoriasis and other forms of dermatitis. Pine tar soap has soothed the rash of poison ivy, poison oak or sumac. Pine Tar soap is known to help stop the itch and dry the rash, speeding healing.  Pine Tar is used as an insect repellent.  It has antiseptic effects, and has been mixed as a salve to treat cuts, abrasions and skin rashes. (yes, that sounded like a commercial and yes, it’s way too long). But remember, I told you we were gonna get serious here.  Look below to see all the way good ingredients!
Ingredients: Saponified (made into soap) Coconut Oil, Palm Oil (sustainable), Canola Oil, Olive Fruit Oil, Castor Oil; Pine Tar, activated charcoal from three kinds of woods, Kaolin clay, Poppy Seeds, Organic Cinnamon, Real Salt, Organic Sugar, Organic Tea Tree Essential oil, Bergamot Essential oil and vitamin E.

Zit Zap Old Fashioned Rustic Pine Tar Soap