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Oat Milk Rx Natural Remedy Bar Soap

We bring you Oat Milk Rx Natural Remedy Bar Soap, an all-natural premium soap bar by leading maker Kind Soap Company.

The Natural Remedy for itchy or irritated skin - made with soothing oatmeal, shea butter and goats milk, this is an ideal soap for itchy, angry, red, irritated skin. It helps to provide relief to eczema spots, psoriasis patches, and rashes. It soothes bug bites and stings, and itchy allergic reactions (like poison ivy). ALWAYS see your doctor if you are unaware of the cause of the irritation, or if it persists beyond a reasonable amount of time.

Weight: 4 oz.

KIND bar soaps are beautifully handcrafted and wonderfully aromatic. Whether you are a fan of floral, earthy, herby or sweet tones, you will find your favorite bar here. The refreshing fragrances are only matched by the moisturizing qualities of these bars. You will love how creamy and sudsy-smoothe these bars feel on your skin. The clean, creative packaging makes for easy gift giving, too.

KIND Soap Company was started by Jean Scholtes, when she found that most store-bought body products were irritating to sensitive skin at best, and carcinogenic at worst. She developed a desire to create beautiful, all natural bath and body products that would be gentle, safe and effective on delicate skin, especially that of her young son with eczema.

Here you will find creamy bar soaps, exfoliating scrubs, refreshing mists, hydrating lotions, cleansing shampoos and moisturizing balms. KIND has you covered, from head to toe.

KIND splits its efforts three ways:

KIND to your skin- While some companies opt for known skin irritants since they are cheaper, KIND avoids toxins, harsh detergents and irritants. KIND always uses natural, gentle ingredients to nourish the skin. Jean picks ingredients based on their health benefits, rather than just being natura..."
Ingredient Rating:
Olive oil, coconut oil, water, sodium hydroxide, organic palm oil, soy oil, fresh goat milk, sunflower oil, shea butter, oats, and vitamin e
Hours of Hope:
3 hours