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Pinetarsol Bath Oil

Pinetarsol Bath Oil

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Soothe & moisturise dry, inflamed skin while soaking in the bath

Pinetarsol Bath Oil gently cleanses while replenishing moisture to dry, itchy and inflamed skin. This non-greasy, mild formulation is ideal for treating large areas of the body while bathing.

• Helps to relieve severe itching and reduce inflammation.
• Relieves the symptoms of sunburn, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis and other dry, itchy, flaky or inflamed skin conditions.
• Helps lock in moisture.
• Gently cleanses without irritating inflamed skin.
• Recommended for dry skin, and suitable for infants, the elderly and those with sensitive skin.

Sizes available
200ml bottle
500ml bottle

Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If symptoms persist please see your healthcare professional.

Caution: Comparatively non-slippery if used in accordance with directions.

*One capful contains 10 mL. Shake bottle before use.

Bath: Add 15-30mL* to a warm to tepid bath (5mL * to baby’s bath or hand basin). Bathe for 5-10 minutes once daily, more often in severe cases. Pat skin dry.

Shower: Apply directly to wet skin, leave a few minutes, briefly rinse. Pat skin dry.
Pine tar 2.3% w/w
It’s important to use soap free cleansers if you are suffering from an itchy, red or inflamed skin condition.

#EgoTestDrive Comments

  • Karen July 2, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    My 10-month old daughter had chicken pox and I was informed not to use calamine lotion yet as she's still a baby. This was the one recommended by the pharmacist. I must say that this product really works! It relieved my daughter from the itching and the wounds dried up very fast. It also helped her sleep very well. Thanks so much Ego, this is a great product. I will start using this with my toddler who has eczema as it might help him too. :-)

  • Mark Meehan May 1, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    I have used this product before on 2001-2004 And I used it last week for a week I get a side effect from it pimples sometimes

  • Melissa April 23, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    I've used Pinetarsol quite a few times, and every time I use it, I always enjoy the smell and it always calms my dried cracked eczema skin. I've also used it on my mozzie bites and it successfully calmed the inflammation down. It does have a smell to it, but I really like that smell, its one of my fave smells.

  • Ivan March 30, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    I've been using Pinetarsol Bath Oil for years in dry seasons. Recently I discover a new and exciting way of use. Now, I don't need to tolerate the itchy skin and bad smell for hours after swimming in a Chlorine-sanitising pool. I will take a quick shower before entering a swimming pool, used to do it for hygiene reason. Now I'll take a Pinetarsol Bath Oil shower from hair to toes before swimming. It's an amazing experience, believe me.

  • bigtop January 20, 2014 at 9:55 pm

    I brought Pinetarsol because one of my kids has a heat rash. He got such great relief. That later that evening I had a bath with Pinetarsol because I have inflamed mozzie bites. Success! Redness is reduced and my skin feels soft and so I can sleep easy. I am one very happy mum. Thank you.

  • Scally December 5, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    I have just started using Pinetarsol because my skin was very itchy due to being dry and it has sure stopped the itch completely. It would be great if the product could be more like a thick shower gel but all in all I am very happy with this product.

  • naser November 9, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    Its better than olive oil..! 2 me. &the smell..ACTUALLY.. VERY INVEGORATING !! THANKS."EGO"..Ur research.. conclutions..r very correct!!

  • Natasha June 9, 2013 at 7:16 pm

    Great for rashes and allergies

  • juso April 22, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    i have ocd and take respiridal and zoloft for it, i have improved great with this combo but the side effects are huge. diet has to be perfect to avoid skin itching and general well being, this product works cheers

  • Kaliste May 3, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    I used Pinetarsol in the shower because it was more convenient. The product is quite runny - but used with a shower sponge it was fine. It does have a smell to it ... but I found that once your skin is dry - you can hardly smell anything. My skin did tend to have more moisture locked into it - & it felt great.

  • Vanessa April 14, 2010 at 10:40 pm

    I got the Pinetarsol in the post a couple of weeks ago and have been using in the shower occasionally, I have found that it has improved my dry itchy arms (I had been slacking off with the post shower moisturising and it took its toll). I have been enjoying not having to slather myself in moisteriser however am still adjusting to the scent. Thank you Ego for asking me to participate in this product trial.

  • Tania April 13, 2010 at 2:34 pm

    The Pinetaesol arrived at just the right time. My daughter was suffering from excema on her face. We had changed her shampoo and face cream to no avail. I thought we would try this and it worked! Great, She uses it in the shower to wash. Thank You Ego for allowing me and my daughter to participate in this.

  • Joy April 12, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    I found Pinetarsol to be great in the bath for dry skin ñ nice and soothing for dry itchy skin on my legs and back. Would definitely recommend it to anyone ñ looking forward to using it in winter.

  • veronika dawes April 12, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    i have used ego products in the past and will continue to use these products as i have found them the best for my skin. this moisturiser for the shower is one of the best ones , i have used many but most leave a greasy mark in my singlette ect and this is not so with ego products.thank you for letting me tial this product.

  • Shona Macintyre April 12, 2010 at 3:03 pm

    I received the Pinetarsol Bath Oil about a month ago and have since been using it in the shower - I was going to try it in the bath but time being of the essence I never got around to it. Pinetarsol does leave ones skin feeling nice and moisturised but I still haven't got to like the smell of it. Also because the product is so runny it is easy to waste a lot of it in the shower but it has certainly helped my dry skin and especially my very dry feet.

  • Betty Whitehurst April 12, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    I gave the Pinetarsol Bath Oil to my husband who had been complaining of dry and itchy skin on his arms. As he is not the type to want to soak in a bath he would have a shower and them pat it onto his arms and leave for a few minutes. Then he would give them a rinse and gently dry. He was concerned that it would dry them even more, but liked the bath oil feel. His arms are improving, and so has his complaining.

  • Robyn April 12, 2010 at 3:03 pm

    I received my bottle of Pinetarsl in the mail about a month or so ago. My son sufferes from red and itchy blotchey marks after showering, so I was interested to see if this worked. It stopped the itchiness but the blotches were still noticeable. He says he has an allergy to water - good try. He didn't like the smell at all, but manfume helps cover that up nicely. Will keep using though as it does reduce the itchiness. Thankyou for this product.

    • She'll August 8, 2013 at 7:33 pm

      He may have an an allergy to the chlorine in the water, or the fleuride. My son has same sort of reaction after a shower.

  • Bernadette Cook April 12, 2010 at 11:16 am

    Pinetarsol is the single most evective product aI have found that helps My itchy skin

  • Tracy Hardy April 9, 2010 at 12:32 pm

    How do you know if you are one of the lucky test drivers to trial this product?

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