Thursday, October 1, 2009

I Like My Men and My Soap- BLACK


 African Black Soap, 100% natural


Actually, I'd be an equal-opportunity dater (if I weren't already married to a delicious Black Man), but it made a great headline.


I've been using this for a year to cleanse my face. I bought it from a woman named Zee at Discover Mills, in Georgia. She now has her own store, Zee Craft, where she sells the best Shea Butter as well. She told me Black Soap would clear up my skin, and it did. Wanna know what else? It is a GREAT shampoo! I just pinched of a small piece and lathered it over my hair in the shower. Once my hair got really wet,  I rubbed the soap directly onto my hair, and worked it in.


Product reads:
African Black Soap is made in West Africa from palm oil, palm kernel oil, and water. The aroma and deep rich color result from the centuries old extraction process that blends the two ingredients together, resulting in the finest skin cleanser available.

Usage:
Relieves acne and removes blemishes, prevents rashes, itching, dry, and scaly skin from developing
Cleans pores and rejuvenates the skin
Clears up eczema
Body cleanser

This soap is dark brown in color, like the photo above. IT IS NOT BLACK! If you are using a black (dyed) bar of soap, THROW IT AWAY! This soap is soft and maliable, like Play-Doh. You can pinch of a small piece to use. One tub will last forever.

3 comments:

TheSistahChick said...

Hey Sis!

I have been using the Black Soap for about a month now. It took my skin a minute to get used to it, but now...omg...the results are amazing! I use Witch Hazel as a Toner and 100% Pure Aloe Vera Gel as a moisurizer. My skin is in heaven. I am gonna try it as a shampoo next. thanks for suggesting!

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Knaps said...

If you add water and an essential oil ( or herb infused water) you can make liquid black soap. I like it because there is less worry of it melting away. :)

Ndeya said...

do you know of any places to get a tub online?