African Black Soap Body Wash
1. It’s antibacterial. Natural Antibacterial Propitious make African black soap an excellent alternative to chemical-laden cleansers.
In fact,may actually remove more bacteria than chemical cleansers do. Despite its strength, black soap is gentle enough to use on your:
- * face
- * hands
- * body
2. It’s safe for all skin types
If you have dry or sensitive skin, you likely already know that scented soaps and lotions are off-limits. African black soap is naturally fragrance-free — just make sure your chosen product is labeled “unscented.”
People with oily or combination skin are also in the clear! Black soap can help balance your skin’s natural oil production without stripping necessary oils or adding excess oil to your skin.
3. It’s moisturizing
Shea butter is a crucial ingredient in black soap. While shea can help relieve itchiness and soothe dry skin, cocoa and coconut oil add moisture.
4. It won’t make your skin oily
If you have combination skin, black soap makes choosing the right soap that much easier. Shea may add moisture, but coconut oil may help prevent overactive oil glands.
5. It helps soothe irritation
African black soap may also soothe itchiness and irritation caused by:
- contact dermatitis
- skin allergies
6. It’s anti-inflammatory
Black soap is rich in vitamins A and E. These vitamins are both antioxidants, which help combat free radicals and attacks on otherwise healthy skin tissues.
This may be helpful for people who have inflammatory conditions like rosacea.
cocoa pods, coconut oil, palm tree leaf derivatives, including palm kernel oil and palm oil, plantain bark, which contains iron, as well as vitamins A and E, shea butter.
HOW TO USE
Wet your face, then grab the soap and work it into a lather in your hands.
Massage the soap into your skin in circular motions for 90 seconds.
For extra exfoliation, use a washcloth or other exfoliating tool before rinsing (optional).
Rinse with cool water.