How To Use?

When you start using tar soap and oil as an adjunct treatment for any illness:

You should never use cosmetic products.

The main ingredient of the soap is caustic, namely Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH), to put it in perspective, it’s like drain cleaner. You should not use any other soap besides tar soap because our produced soap contains no chemicals, including (NaOH), in its formula.

Shampoos, hair conditioners, shower gels, and moisturizers should be avoided during this process as they will diminish the effectiveness of the oil and soap.

If you are using it for psoriasis, you should pay attention to your diet, ironing your clothes, and your doctor’s treatment method.

How Should We Use Juniper Tar Oil and Soap?

For individuals with psoriasis, before going to bed at night, tar soap should be lathered and applied to the psoriatic area. It is then wrapped with stretch film in a manner that does not restrict blood circulation. Upon waking up in the morning, the stretch film is removed, and the individual takes a shower with the soap, followed by applying oil to the psoriatic area to moisten it. The amount of usage throughout the day depends on the dryness of the psoriatic area; it should never be left dry, and oil should be applied. The application period with soap and stretch film is three weeks. After three weeks, oil is applied to the psoriatic area without using stretch film, and only tar soap is used for hand, face, and body hygiene. Since this soap is completely organic, there is no harm in using it for an extended period. Individuals with psoriasis should adhere to their doctor’s prescribed diet during this process, and all clothing, including underwear, should be ironed. Detergents, diet, use of cosmetics, and perfumes can exacerbate psoriasis symptoms. It is crucial for individuals to never use any other soap, shampoo, or product containing chemicals while using the oil and soap. This is a very important rule to follow for effective results with the use of oil and soap.

Fungal infection is a very common condition that can occur in any part of the body. During this process, the individual washes the affected area with tar soap and then applies the oil. It is especially effective for itching, which is quite intense in fungal infections, particularly in the genital area and athlete’s foot. The itching decreases from the first use, and results are achieved very quickly. After washing the affected area with soap, it is dried, and tar oil is applied.

The formation of eczema is primarily influenced by chemicals and physical factors. There are three different types of eczema: Atopic, seborrheic, and irritant eczema. Atopic eczema causes scratching, resulting in small scratches, minor bleeding, and marks on the skin. Seborrheic eczema is more common in areas with hair follicles, such as the eyelids, chin, and ears. Irritant eczema is entirely caused by chemicals. During this process, the individual lathers the affected eczema area with soap and waits until the lathered area is dry, then rinses it off, dries it, and applies tar oil.

Scabies is a contagious disease that easily spreads in places with communal living, such as barracks, daycare centers, boarding schools, and nursing homes. In this process, tar oil is applied to the affected area of scabies, left for half an hour, and then a shower is taken with tar soap. After the shower, tar oil should be applied again. It is observed that itching decreases from the moment tar oil is used, and after a while, it completely disappears.

Acne-prone areas are lathered generously with tar soap, and the soap is left on for about ten minutes before rinsing. After drying with a soft towel, tar oil is applied.

Until hair loss and dandruff problems are resolved, tar oil is applied to the scalp half an hour before showering. The amount applied should be enough to moisturize the scalp. During the shower, tar soap is used. The hair is lathered with soap and left for about five minutes before rinsing. Shampoos, hair conditioners, and other hair products should not be used until dandruff and hair loss problems are completely resolved. If a hair conditioner is desired to tackle the problem of tangles in long hair, it should never be applied to the scalp.

Juniper Tar oil is a product that should be present in every family’s medicine cabinet. It instantly stops bleeding and prevents the cut area from getting infected. Juniper Tar oil is poured generously onto the cut area, and pressure is applied until the bleeding stops. Once the bleeding stops, the area is re-oiled, and if the area is large, it is bandaged with a bandage or gauze. The bandage is changed twice a day for the first day. For subsequent periods, the bandage or bandage is removed, and applying a small amount of oil is sufficient.

We can frequently be exposed to burns due to various reasons such as cooking oils or hot water spills in kitchen accidents. In case of a burn, it is essential to remain calm. The burned area is cleaned with cold water immediately after the burn occurs, then juniper tar oil is generously applied to the burned area. You will quickly notice that the pain and burning sensation caused by the burn disappear, and there will be no blisters or scars, depending on the degree of the burn, you can continue using the oil.

Diaper rash mostly occurs when areas of the body do not get enough air or remain wet or moist. The healthy and elastic structure of our skin is disrupted, leading to inflammation, rash, and redness. The affected area is cleaned and juniper tar oil is applied. Particularly in baby diaper rashes, results are achieved very quickly. After the rash has disappeared, if juniper tar oil is applied after changing the baby’s diaper, diaper rash does not recur. During the diaper rash process, it is preferred for the baby or adult to take a bath with tar soap.

Sunburns are particularly troubling for fair-skinned individuals. They turn red when exposed to the sun and, if exposed to excessive sunlight, the burnt area blisters, crusts, and peels. Massaging juniper tar oil in the form of sunscreen allows you to tan without getting sunburned.