About Them: In the early 1870s, Jess Hoffman made the very first bar of Grandpa’s Pine Tar Soap from his own recipe on the family farm, located in Tippecanoe (now Tipp City), Ohio. During an era of innovation, this family recipe was proclaimed for it's restorative and cleansing benefits. As Grandpa’s Pine Tar Soap continued to earn praise and popularity, more specialty soaps were crafted for different purposes. Today, you can find a whole line of soaps that have been thoughtfully created. We are confident that you will enjoy our products as generations have since the first batch was sold in 1878.
I was sent a variety of products for review Pine Tar Shampoo the deep cleansing and moisturizing power of 100% Plant-Based Pine Tar works with the natural properties of Tea Tree Oil to combat dry, itchy scalp. This invigorating formula, with its rich white lather, gently relieves and refreshes scalp and hair health.
Pine Tar Conditioner the moisturizing power of 100% Plant-based Pine Tar & Coconut Oil works with the natural properties of Tea Tree Oil to soothe and gently condition, leaving scalp healthy and hair manageable.
Witch Hazel Bar Soap the astringent property of organic witch hazel is enhanced by relaxing lavender in a mild formula that gently tones and rejuvenates.
Apple Cider Vinegar Body Wash a new body cleanser the tradition begins with the hard-working heritage and on-trend ingredients of our Apple Cider Vinegar Body Wash, with organic apple cider vinegar and organic apple juice. An innovative body cleanser that purifies and cleanses to leave skin glowing.
My Opinion: I liked how it helped my scalp look better and my hair as well. The body wash gave my skin a glowing look and I liked it very much. I like how all these products are natural.
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