Powerful 3-Step Technology
The top of the bar contains a gradient oat, creating a unique friction that break the urushiols bond and frees it from the skin.
Embedded bentonite clay then captures the released oils, “locking them up” and preventing their spread or reattachment to the skin
The bottom of the bar contains a glycerin base that aggressively dries out the rash, while herbal antihistamines relieve itching.
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This herb has natural antihistamine properties for itch relief.
This natural detoxifier eliminates urushiol from the skin.
This herb is used for its pain-relieving properties.
This powerful antihistamine herb allays itching.
Poison Ivy Madness
There’s no overstating it: The US
wildlands are infested with poison ivy.
Misunderstood and under-treated, it affects 50 million US
patients annually, making it the most
common allergic reaction.
The irritant in these plants is urushiol, an oil that clings to the skin with superglue tenacity. Thoroughly cleansing it is a herculean effort, and even a small missed section can intensify the rash, and the cleansing typically spreads the oil instead of removing it
The Poisonous Lie
These challenges led doctors to prioritize symptom
management instead, and for years, steroids were the
physician preferred treatment, despite only providing
short-term, symptomatic relief.
Patients simply accepted poison oak rashes as a fact of the outdoors, not knowing that removing the urushiol would actually mean instant relief.
Meet Marie Originals.
Product in action
Wet skin with cool water.
Gently exfoliate the affected areas with the coarse side (top) of the soap bar.
Using the smooth side (bottom) of the soap bar, create a thick lather and rub into skin.
Leave lather on skin for at least five minutes and then rinse thoroughly, but gently.
**Those with sensitive or dry skin should skip step 2. To soothe an irritation or rash that has already developed: Work up a lather a second time & allow soap to dry on your skin, for lasting relief.