Vermont Soap Works Bar Soap Blue Bar 3.25 oz. (92 g) Vermont Soap Works Bar Soap Blue Bar has double-strength Tea Tree and Peppermint, and may help prevent athlete's foot and acne. No matter what type of skin you have, Vermont SoapWorks has got a bar of soap you'll love! These super-mild handmade soap bars are USDA Certified Organic to Food Standards. Made from a hypoallergenic vegetable base of organic coconut, palm, olive and palm kernel oils, they use natural, aromatherapy essential oils and botanical extracts to alter the effects of this moisturizing soap base on your skin. It takes nearly a month to handcraft a bar of Vermont Soap because they make it the old way, by hand and only from the finest food grade ingredients. Only this 200 year old process yields a bar of soap suitable for the most sensitive skin. All Vermont SoapWorks products are free of artificial colors, fragrances, preservatives or any synthetics. They use Rosemary Extract as a natural preservative. No animal products (except honey soap), animal by-products or animal testing. (Blue Bar, Lavender Swirl and Balsam Swirl are made chemical free, and mild, but due to the oxide based mineral colorant they use, these three soaps cannot be certified organic.) Vermont Soap Works gets a lot of questions from people regarding skin type. First, not everyone will have one specific skin type year in and year out. Oiliness and dryness can change with weather, hormonal cycles, diet, emotions, environmental sensitivities, disease and genetics. Many people get dry skin in the winter and feel oily in the summer. At other times, you may want a medicinal bar. Here's a simple test you can do to test your skin type: Take a cotton ball and moisten it with Witch Hazel or rubbing alcohol. Rub the moist cotton along the side of your nose. Wait ten minutes. Repeat. Examine the second cotton ball. If the cotton is dirty, you tend to have oily skin. If the cotton is clean, you tend to have dry skin.