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Sulfur & Salicylic Acid Castile Soap (Liquid)

Sulfur & Salicylic Acid Castile Soap (Liquid)

6 total reviews

Regular price $9.79 USD
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The Liquid Castile Soap version of our Sulfur & Salicylic Acid Bar Soap can be used as a soap, shampoo, or shaving soap. This soap is registered with the FDA as an Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drug for treating seborrheic dermatitis, dandruff and psoriasis. This soap is an excellent cleanser for all types of skin and conditions.


4 FL OZ (118 ML)
64 FL OZ (1.89 L)


For best results use daily or as directed by your doctor. Work up a lather using warm water and gently massage into affected areas. Soap should stay in contact with affected skin for 60-90 seconds. Rinse well. Use on affected skin or scalp in place of your regular soap or shampoo. In case of accidental ingestion, contact a physician or poison control center immediately. Rinse with water if soap comes into contact with your eyes (the soap will sting).


Castile soap is strong enough to clean the scalp of excess sebum and product build up, but gentle enough to not leave our hair stripped and dry. Experiment using the soap at different dilutions (e.g. 2 teaspoons and one cup water, etc.) until you find the right dilution for you. Many customers use the soap at full strength. Castile Soap is NOT as color safe as sulfate free shampoos. Soaps tend to be alkaline which means that they can open the hair cuticle and remove hair dye quicker.


5% Sulfur, 2% Salicylic Acid


Saponified Olive Oil & Coconut Oil: (Potassium Oleate and Potassium Olivate)
Sodium Acrylates / Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Crosspolymers: This is a plant-based viscosity modifier and emulsifier used to suspend the sulfur and salicylic acid in the liquid soap.
Pumice: natural and gentle pumice powder scrubs away dirt, oil, and dead skin.
Glycerin: attracts water to itself - a super hydrator that leaves your skin with an overall moisturizing and smoothing effect.
Acrylates Copolymer: a plant-based rheology modifier that aids in thickening and suspension of the sulfur.
Citric Acid: a weak organic acid found in citrus fruits. Citric acid is used in soaps to provide better foam and water-softening.


Made in the USA.

Use within 30 months of purchase.

It is safe to use this product in your hair in substitute of regular shampoo.

Shown as the main image is the 4 fl oz bottle. Photos are approximations and may not be up to date with the current lot numbers.

64 fl oz bulk jug is for dispensing into smaller containers.

    NDC Code: 71819-006-04 
    ASIN: B0897CFK16
    UPC:  731628450778


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews

    I got this for my face. It works really well on the dry skin you get on your nose and forehead. You don’t have to use it everyday. It does smell like sulfur but it works so I’ll take the smell


    BOOOOO!!! They sent me the wrong soaps!! I didn't notice until now because I immediately put it under my bed when I ordered it because I didn't have to use it yet. They sent me zinc therapy soap! That's not what I ordered! Now I don't trust you guys!


    This is the best thing ever for my face! My skin loves this so much, and the first time ever, I have a completely clear face and neck! This is my Holy Grail product. Very, very happy.


    Excellent product, the first time I used it. My skin looked much better.

    T. Mack
    Thumbs up

    Works good and it's a good price. A little of the soap goes a long way - I just use it in my T zone. Love that it is not full of junk chemicals.

    Kristin Desantis
    Works for me

    I had been deling with a severe eczema outbreak under my breasts. It was so sore that I could not wear undergarments. I tryed everything to stop the itching and inflamation and cracked bleeding skin. In about 5 days using twice per day it got to the point where the skin was no longer cracked/blistering/bleeding. It took another month or so to mostly clear up. I've repurchased this sulfur and salicylic acid soap many times. It's my go-to when I have flair-ups.