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Hey Lovelies

I recently discovered that the black soap we think little of is really making a lot of waves outside the region. Known to be a west African product the black soap has become one of the most sort after soaps because it helps maintain a good skin. The black soap is known to be gentle and good for all skin types and the best part is that it is made from natural products like plantain, cocoa, Shea butter etc, so be rest assured that there are no harmful chemicals in the mix.


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The black soap is essentially good for the skin because it cleans the pores by acting as an exfoliating agent and at the same time it rejuvenates your skin. This work is so because it contains Shea butter which moisturizes the skin without clogging the pores, the Shea butter also serves as a UV protection, protecting the skin against the harmful rays of the sun but note that this attribute is not enough to replace your sun screen.

Some other features of the black soap is that it fades dark spots and skin discoloration, its also mild enough for people with a rashes, dryness, Roscoe and other skin conditions to use. One of the ingredients of the black soap is the back of plantain which has anti bacterial properties that can help treat acne breakouts.

The soap has many uses, from moisturizer, to shampoo to makeup remover etc note that this soap lathers a lot so you really don’t need to use that much especially if your skin is super delicate that you feel it might harm you, just a little would work just fine.

Now that you’ve seen the many beautiful benefits of the black soap then i suggest you go out there to get yours because it would surely do wonders for your skin. I give this my seal of approval because it is tested (I including) and trusted.

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