Take a natural African approach to keeping your skin clean and healthy with this soft, organically shaped, delicately textured, & 100% natural and pure African Black Soap. Exuding a natural, earthy smell, this soap is ideal for cleaning your hands, face and body, and it can even be lathered up and used as a shampoo or lotion.
For use in the shower. Create a thick lather using a loofah or other soaper, and wash your body. Enjoy all the benefits of Black soap in a convenient, great smelling soap.African Black Soap naturally cleans and moisturizes your skin and hair leaving them soft and silky smooth throughout the day. It combines Shea Butter's moisturizing properties with the therapeutic properties of plantain extract, coconut oil and palm oil to help alleviate dry skin and other common skin conditions while enhancing beautiful skin.Coconut Shell Powder (Theobroma Cacao), Plantain Extract (Plantago Major), Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), and Water (Aqua) .
Raw black soap for all kinds of skin.
Eczema psoriasis rash acne hyperpigmentation boils itching babies sensitive skin. Wash your hair for extra clean scalp and hair. Clean stains from carpet and clothes. remove grease grime tint glue from windows. Use as face mask overnight for blotchy skin and acne. Place chunks in warm water in bottle to make liquid black soap and organic bug spray.
I just realized I never explained why we use this soap and why my family loves it so much. so imma try and keep it short. my daughter had eczema since birth. doctors couldn't help and medications they prescribed didn't help either. after doing some research we found black soap was the best natural product to cleanse itchy skin. it also exfoliates and calms irritated skin. we followed this cleanse with grapeseed oil and shea butter. This process with an elimination diet cures eczema and many other skin conditions. we treated the symptoms and found the source (the gut biome) and treated the problem. Her issue was food allergens like wheat, dairy, processed foods and unnatural additives/preservatives. If you met her you would never know she had a skin condition.