Use black soap to exfoliate skin cells
Thanks to its exfoliating and moisturizing properties, and despite the fact that it is devoid of microbeads, black soap has been used for centuries to exfoliate the skin, as it works to eliminate dead cells, purify the pores of the skin from toxins, restore its smoothness and freshness, and fight grains. Unlike traditional soap, black soap comes in the form of a solid dark paste, but becomes creamy in texture once it is wetted with water.
Use black soap as a daily shower gel
The composition of African Black Soap makes it incredibly soft on your skin, thus it can be used daily as a shower gel. Black soap is also ideal for relaxing in a warm bath. You can add the equivalent of 3 tablespoons of it to the water bath, after making sure that it is well dissolved in warm water.
Use as a bath soap, for children, and for sensitive or eczema-affected skin
Use black soap as a natural shampoo
Cosmetic black soap can be used as a natural shampoo to wash hair efficiently. It is ideal for all hair types, especially oily hair. Among its aesthetic benefits is that it rids your hair of dust and dirt, soothes and calms the scalp, in addition to nourishing hair follicles and stimulating its growth.
Suitable for all types
Suitable for all skin types
Suitable for all ages
Safe for children and infants
Handcrafted in a traditional way, free of alcohol, perfumes and additives