African Black Soap is known for its healing effects on the face, body and hair. It helps to soften skin and calm certain issues such as acne, eczema, blemishes, scalp irritations, and with consistent use may eventually even out the skin tone.
Can be used on Loc'd and loose natural hair for a deep, gentle natural cleansing. Some folks may condition their hair after using. For me, The only conditioner I use on my hair are natural herbs and oils.
African Black Soap must be kept dry when not in use. I suggest cutting a small piece and keeping the rest wrapped. Try to store used portion on a wooden soap dish, it evaporates rather quickly when left in regular soap dishes.
100% Natural, Imported from Ghana, great source of Iron, Vitamin E and Vitamin A.
*If this is your first time using African Black Soap, be sure to do a skin patch. Some people are unable to use ABS on their face. I’m one of those people, but I can shower with and use on my scalp. This just goes to show you that everyone is different. *
Ingredients: Shea Butter, Palm Oil, Roasted Plantains, Potash, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Palm Kernel Oil
When using African Black Soap, always follow up with a moisturizing butter like Shea or Cocoa.