African Black Soap is produced purely from plants and is used to remove impurities such as acne, pimples, eczema, inflammation and to compensate for dark spots and discoloration or irritated skin after shaving.
It offers a gentle peeling and a healthier, more attractive looking skin and can be used on all skin types.
African Black Soap is particularly suitable for oily skin as it removes oil and impurities from the skin and keeps the skin fresh and clean. This is a reusable soap, ideal for the whole body, can also be used as a hair shampoo. Also beneficial as an effective make-up remover.
African Black Soap is used to treat a variety of skin problems. It clarifies the skin and helps to remove stains and uneven skin, and can help to alleviate skin problems such as psoriasis. When used as a shampoo, it helps with dandruff.
Use as hand soap, facial soap, body soap, shampoo and shaving soap.
When using Black Soap for the first time, be sure to use it gently and with special care. Do not rub the soap over your skin, but rub it sensitively with your hands or a washcloth over your face and do not press it too hard. Due to the ingredients ash and sodium, you may feel a slight tingling sensation during use, which is quite normal and usually disappears after a few applications.
Frequency of use:
There is no golden rule here. Some people use the soap every day without any problems, others use it 2-3 days a week. Each application of Black Soap is like a mini peeling and the more intensive its application the more intense the peeling.
Start by using the soap every other day and observe the change of your skin. If you see initial results and have no problems, then you can also test a more frequent use.
If you have acne on your back, you can also use the Black Soap here optimally. Since our back skin is much more resistant, it should not be a problem to use the soap here every day.
Here the black soap is particularly well suited to clean the pores deeply and efficiently. A more frequent use is mostly advantageous here. If necessary, a moisturizing cream or lotion can be used afterwards.
Here it is important not to use the black soap too often in order not to dry out the skin. If this is observed, the shea butter in the soap provides sufficient moisture. If the skin still dries out, try using a smaller amount. A moisturizing cream or lotion is recommended afterwards and especially in winter.
It is best to use a saucer or coaster for the African soap, as it still releases some brown liquid after the application, smells absolutely natural and you feel super cleaned immediately after the first application.