For your Skin:
Due to the abundance of antioxidants and vitamins A and E in African black soap, there are many skin nourishing benefits. It helps to heal skin problems such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis, fades skin discolorations, relieves dry and irritated skin, and evens skin texture and tone.
For your Hair:
African black soap is antiviral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial. It effectively cleans your scalp, leaving the perfect environment for follicle cells to grow hair. It's an excellent cleanser to use for hair loss and other conditions like eczema and itchy scalp. Increases Hair Growth
For your Face:
Natural antibacterial properties make African black soap an excellent alternative to chemical-laden cleansers. In fact, it may actually remove more bacteria than chemical cleansers do. Users have said that black soap helps lessen, treat and clear acne, gets rid of blackheads, psoriasis and eczema.
For some, it can be very hydrating, and for some, it can be drying. This mainly happens due to the difference in ingredients used (as per the difference in the recipes). Here are a few things you might observe when using African Black Soap for the first time:
- Your skin might feel a bit dry. This happens because the soap draws out all the impurities and excess oil. However, your skin balances itself within a few days.
- It may cause a mild tingling or burning sensation and a bit of redness. However, this is just a temporary phase. The issue gets resolved eventually
Ingredients Include: Palm Kernel oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa pod, ash, distill water
Net Weight: 4.5 oz