African Black Soap
Rub bar soap on a washcloth or sponge until it lathers then wash your skin. For your hair, wet your hair, rub soap gently on hair until hair lather. wash your hair as desired rinse then apply rinse out conditioner.
– 100% natural
– Deep-cleans skin and is an effective exfoliator
– Rich satisfying lather
– Free of SLS/SLES, parabens, petroleum, phthalates & synthetics
– Unrefined shea butter
– virgin coconut oil
– plantain skin / cocoa pod ash
– Store in a cool dry place
– Keep out of direct sunlight
Benefits of African Black Soap Bar for Skin
- Excellent for relieving acne, clearing blemishes, bumps, and many other skin issues.
- It is packed with skin essential vitamins, A, E and iron.
- Gives skin a deep clean, leaving it radiant, soft and healthy, it is also great for removing makeup completely from your face.
- For centuries, Africans have used black soap to help relieve acne, oily skin, clear blemishes and other skin issues.
- Works against premature facial lines and wrinkles
- Africans swear by the effectiveness of black soap for treating eczema and psoriasis.
- Women in Africa use black soap during and after pregnancy to avoid getting stretch marks and dry skin usually accompanied by pregnancy.
It contains glycerides. Castor oil, which is extracted from the seeds of the castor bean plant, has been used for health and beauty for years. It is massaged into nails and calluses and added to shampoos and conditioners to treat split hairs and add volume.
Personal care, Hair care and cosmetics
Can be used in concentrations of 0.5-40% in skin care and up to 2% in hair care formulas. It can be added to the formula as is
It is a very good Emollient and leaves the skin and hair silky and smooth.
Users can expect a shelf life of up to 2 years with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended. Storage: It is recommended that cold-pressed carrier oils be kept in a cool dark place to maintain freshness and achieve maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring to room temperature before using. For external use only.
HOW TO USE SHEA BUTTER
You can apply shea butter directly to your skin. Raw, unrefined shea butter is easy to spread.
You can use your fingers to scoop a teaspoon or so of shea butter from your jar, and then rub it onto your skin until it’s completely absorbed.
Shea butter is slippery and can keep makeup from adhering to your face, so you may prefer to apply it at night before bed.
Raw shea butter can also be applied directly to your hair.
If your hair is naturally curly or porous, consider using shea butter as a conditioner. Make sure your hair has absorbed most of the shea butter before rinsing and styling as usual. You can also use a small amount of shea butter as a leave-in conditioner.
If your hair is naturally straight, thin, or fine, consider using shea butter on the ends of your hair. Applying shea butter to your roots may cause an oily-looking build-up.
Shea butter should be stored slightly below room temperature, so that it stays solid and easy to spread.