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Black Soap From Ghana


Raw Black soap from Ghana (African Soap) has many uses, including but not limited to:


  • Deep cleaning the skin, working on all skin types (even the rough, dry, or sensitive ones).
  • Removing bumps and spots
  • Supports healthy skin by reducing the appearance of acne, oiliness, and other skin issues.


You can lather it up and use it as a shampoo, and it does a fantastic job of getting rid of makeup.


Size: 6 oz


It also helps prevent the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face.


Make use of the African Black Soap from Ghana. The soap bar is used by rubbing it in one's hands (or on a washcloth) before applying it to one's body and hair. (Hair will become stuck to the bar if you rub it against your head.)


If you leave your black soap sitting in water, it will dissolve. Small, vertical fingers cover the soap dish, and they do an excellent job.


To get enough soap from the bar, less rubbing is required because this soap is softer than commercial soap. You can easily start a new bar of soap by pressing the end of an existing bar onto a new piece of soap.


When and how to keep the Black African Soap in the Bathroom African black soap, when made in the traditional manner, is a very mildly milled soap with a high concentration of natural glycerin.


Therefore, it readily absorbs moisture from the air. It becomes soft when it absorbs moisture, so keep it in a dry place or a plastic bag at all times.


When left out in the open, black soap will develop a thin, white film. It's not mold; the film you see here is the result of the object having absorbed moisture from the air.


To prevent this from happening, keep the soap in a dry place, out of direct sunlight and away from any sources of moisture, until it is time to use it.


Ingredients: Cocoa pod ashes, ashes from plantain skins, and palm oil are the main ingredients in traditional black soap.

Black Soap from Ghana

  • Ingredients: Traditional Black Soap from Ghana contains mainly cocoa pod ashes, plantain skins ashes, and palm oil, processed together.

    Size: 6 oz

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