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Authentic African Black soap

What is African black soap?

Black soap is made from the roasted pods of cacao leaves or plantain leaves then natural oils like coconut oil, shea butter and in the past palm oil and palm kernel oil and more recently they add essential oils. This combination makes this  unassuming looking soap a very impressive amazing  cleansing bar. 

Do you love African Black soap?

Does the brand  of African black soap you currently use make your skin burn, or leaves it really dry?

Or maybe you have not tried it before but you have oily skin that is prone to spots?. .Or having washed your skin do you feel residue of soap still left on your face.

If that is the case I urge you to try my amazing moisturising black soap here. It has taken me nearly 2 years to find a soap maker who learnt this unique craft from the village in Nigeria where African black soap was first made.
It is so technical to make that in a family of four children only one of them would master this skill. Just slight 'over cooking'  during the smoky process would spoil the whole batch!

Authenic African Black soap can not be made reciprocated in the Europe or USA, so if you want to try the genuine soap it would have to look very similar to the image  and be made in Africa.
I am really pleased as I instructed him to make it  without PALM OIL (which was huge challenge for other soap makers) but he willingly complied.

8 African black soap benefits

This unassuming African black soap is one of the best in the world because of the numerous benefits you gain from it
It helps to clear acne,
minimises shaving bumps,
minimises wrinkles
evens skin tones,
helps different forms of rashes
softens skins
and good for excema and psoriasis.

This is a handy bar of soap to take on your holiday with you . you will need a soap container.

Get yours here for as little as £4.35 or £12.45 for 3 plus P&P

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