Just like Mom (or Grandma) used to make. Ingredients include lard, water, and lye. No scent. The average weight is 3.5 oz.
Mom didn’t use lye soap just for cleaning little feet and hands. There are many uses for old-fashioned lye soap:
Laundry: Use this soap in the laundry room in homemade laundry soap recipes or wet the end of the bar and use it as a stain stick. This works great for white baseball and football pants!
General Skincare: Use it daily to reduce acne and dry skin. Hunter’s will enjoy this lye soap. No scent means less likelihood of animals detecting a human presence.
Sunburn and Bug Bites: Place generous amounts of lather on your sunburn or bug bites for immediate relief.
Poison Ivy and Poison Oak: Apply the soap immediately on the suspected area of contact and rinse thoroughly at least 5 times a day. After rinsing, place soap lather on the rash and leave it till the next wash.
Insect repellent: Cover bare skin with lye soap lather and allow to dry. Place a bar of soap in any area of your home to get rid of ants.