As much as I complained about heat on my last post, I don’t feel like summer should end. Today I want to share with you my love for African black soap. It has been 3 months that I’ve been using this miraculous product from Ghana. For a long time, I read and watched youtube about how good it is and how important it is to an oily skin and helps a lot with acne.

It has a lot of pros, to be honest with you. One of the main reasons why I wanted to try this product before I talk about it, it’s because I’ve struggled with acne for quite some time now. Unless you are an acne victim as I call it, you won’t know how much time and money it takes on products. This goes without a doubt, most people who have acne can try anything that comes their way.

At first, I was hesitating to buy it and after a few uses, my skin is way better. African black soap, or black soap (also known by various local names such as sabulun saloose dudu, and ncha nkota), is a kind of soap originating in West Africa. It is made from the ash of locally harvested African plants, which gives the soap its characteristic dark color. Black soap was first produced and used in Ghana. I buy my black soap from Amazon

What Makes African Black Soap Special?

Here are the ingredients found in traditional African black soap, along with their benefits:

Shea Butter – Also plentiful in beneficial fatty acids, shea butter is a primary ingredient.

                             

Plantain Peels – (or Musa paradisiaca) are a good source of antioxidants, protein, folic acid, thiamine, riboflavin, potassium, and vitamin C.

Cocoa Pods – Rich in antioxidants, also have strong anti-inflammatory properties.
                                    Coconut Oil – Cleans and moisturizes the skin, and helps with collagen production.

Palm Kernel Oil­ – It is loaded with vitamins and besides the amazing anti-aging benefits provided by the palm kernel oil, it also makes the skin naturally soft and glossy without greasiness.

Palm Oil – Extracted from the fruit of the palm tree, unrefined palm oil (known as red palm oil) is abundant in vitamin E, alpha and beta-carotene and other antioxidants, as well as essential fatty acids.

 

 

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