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Liquid Tea Tree Soap For Hands - 8 Fluid Ounces - Old Whippersnapper's® Natural Handmade Manly Soaps

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Liquid Tea Tree Soap For Hands - 8 Fluid Ounces

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Our Liquid Tea Tree Soap gives a good knockout punch to embarrassing acne, jock itch, and athletes foot fungus with this powerful Liquid Tea Tree Oil Hand soap.
I handmake this liquid tea tree soap for people that have athletes foot, jock itch, acne, folliculitis and other skin issues because Tea Tree Oil is a powerful antifungal and antibacterial agent.

This tea tree soap is super good.  It takes me a long time to make due to the fact that it is a liquid soap made the old fashioned way by hand. It takes me four times as much time to make as my bar soaps!

My liquid hand soap has a large amount of Pharmaceutical Grade Tea Tree Oil in it, way more than the commercial "Tea Tree" soap brands use and I bet a much higher grade too. And I don't put harsh chemical fillers in my soap like they do (just read the list of chemicals they mention on their soap wrapper ... I'd stay away). My soap is just Pure Tea Tree Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, Lye*, and Glycerin.

You will be very hard pressed to find a better Liquid Tea Tree Oil Hand soap than my Old Whippersnapper's.

Get some of my soap today by clicking “Buy It Now” and I'll ship it out to you ASAP.


Each Liquid Tea Tree Oil Hand Soap is 8 fluid ounces and comes in a hand pump bottle.


(This is a concentrated soap.  Please use sparingly.  The soap may appear more liquidy than commerical liquid soaps and may settle or separate a bit due to the fact that it contains no artificial thickeners or emulsifiers.  Shake well periodically to mix if such occurs.)

*Full list of ingredients: Pharmaceutical Grade Australian Tea Tree Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerine, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, and Lye (used for saponification to create the soap; final product contains no lye).