It is imperative to use products that heal and protect our skin, rather than damage it. African Black Soap provides so many magnificent benefits to the skin and body that both heals and protects. The soap has the power to…
Revitalize the Skin: African Black Soap contains antioxidants that keeps the skin rejuvenated.
Heal Skin Issues: Many of us have had acne at some point in our lives. Black soap helps to reduce, improve, and clear acne. Additionally, it is known to improve eczema and psoriasis. It is important to note that the soap will pull impurities from your body/face to the surface of your skin so it may seem like it isn’t getting better, but it will. Be patient, Warrior.
Exfoliate and Clean Deeply: The leaf bits and oats within the soap acts as an exfoliant on the skin. The skin will not only be revitalized but smooth as well. Additionally, the soap is anti-fungal and anti-bacterial so it will clean deeply. It provides a fresh, clean feeling that is also refreshing. For the Warriors that wear makeup, sunscreen, bug spray, and other products, the soap will effectively remove it.
Soothe the Skin: Inflamed and irritated skin such as dry patches and skin rashes will be soothed and healed.
Diminish Razor Bumps: The healing properties of the soap, specifically the shea butter, works wonders on razor bumps.
After cleansing with African Black Soap, one can opt to moisturize with coconut oil, as it is light and protects that skin.
What’s in African Black Soap, you ask?
- Coconut oil
- Shea butter
- Aloe leaf juice
- Avena Oats
- Plantain leaf
A couple of brands that I’ve used are Nubian Heritage and Shea Moisture. Both brands work well and is relatively easy to purchase. Shea Moisture can be found at Target, Walmart, and the likes. I’ve purchased the Nubian Heritage soap from a local Nigerian store, however, it can be purchased on Amazon if you don’t have a local store near you.
The power within the little bar of soap is amazing and I highly recommend it.
The making and healing of Warriors comes in many forms, and through the skin is one.
Happy healing and cleansing, Warriors!