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WORKS GOOD ON MY SKIN LOVE IT.
from MEMPHIS TN
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Comments about Grandmas Lye Soap:
EXCELLENT PRODUCT LOVE IT.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Grandma knows best
By granny smith
from Surprise, Arizona
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I have allergies and the use of this soap has helped. I wash my hands with it every day and the rash from soy (newsprint, etc.) has disappeared.
GRANDMA'S LYE SOAP
I WAS AT A FAMILY REUNION A FEW YEARS AGO, & HAD SOME POISON IVY, OAK OR SUMAC ALLERGY BROKE OUT ON MY LEG, WHEN A COUSIN ASK WHAT IT WAS, & WHEN I TOLD HER, SHE SAID SHE USED LYE SOAP BY SHREDDING A LITTLE & MAKING A PASTE WITH IT & WATER TO PUT ON IT WHEN SHE HAD AN ALLERGY TO THOSE THINGS, & IT DRIED IT RIGHT UP. SO WHEN I SAW THE LYE SOAP IN THE CATALOG, I ORDERED IT, BECAUSE I PULL WEEDS EVERY YEAR, & DON'T PAY ENOUGH ATTENTION, & INVARIABLY GET TOO CLOSE TO THE POISON IVY, OAK, OR SUMAC.
This is great, reminds me of my youth
from Suffolk, VA
If you contact insects or things that make you itch, just wash with this soap and it will stop. I would tell anyone to use this.