Many people swear by pine tar soap as a tried and true method for combating certain skin conditions. It is also a soap steeped in American history coming from the rich New England mariner tradition. Pine tar was used to caulk the seems of ocean faring vessels. It is also a unique and valued soap making ingredients.
The woodsy scent of pine tar is added to with the inclusion of Tea Tree and Cedar wood essential oils. These two essential oils are known for a variety of different benefits.
Pine tar is itself saponifiable, meaning it turns into soap just like the vegetable oils. The soap includes the following oils: Shea Butter, Olive, Grape Seed, Sunflower, Safflower, Hemp Seed, Cocoa Butter and Castor.