FAQ - Sulfur Bar Soap

What does sulfur soap treat?

10% sulfur can be used to treat acne, scabies, and skin funguses. 

Sulfur in concentrations between 3 to 10 percent are approved by the FDA for acne treatment. It is used for the management or treatment of acne. Sulfur clears, clears up, clears up most, dries, dries up, dries and clears, helps clear, helps clear up, reduces the number of or reduces the severity of acne blemishes, acne pimples, blackheads, or whiteheads. Sulfur allows the skin to heal. It penetrates pores to eliminate most, control, clear most, or reduce the number of acne blemishes, acne pimples, blackheads, or whiteheads.  Sulfur helps keep skin clear of new acne pimples.  It prevents new acne blemishes and helps prevent the development of new blackheads or whiteheads.

What type of sulfur is used in DermaHarmony sulfur bars?

We use precipitated sulfur - a pale yellowish or grayish amorphous or microcrystalline powder by precipitation that is used chiefly in treating skin conditions.

Why do you make two different sulfur soap bars?

The most common customer complaint about our sulfur bar is smell.  Ten percent sulfur soap smells like sulfur.  Tea tree does a good job at masking the sulfur smell.  In addition, we believe that the tea tree has health benefits for cleansing problem skin.  We offer 10% Sulfur in addition to 10% sulfur with Tea Tree Oil.  You get to choose which bar is right for you.