10 Benefits Of Our African Black Soap

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10 Benefits Of Our African Black Soap

People are always in search of a skin care product that can moisturize, de-oil and cleanse the skin. The problem is that it can sometimes prove difficult to find everything in a single product, but the African black soap is one of the few exceptions.

This guide will explore some of the key benefits of the African black soap

Our African Black Soap contains shea butter that not only helps in boosting your collagen production but also repairs your skin tissues. Additionally, the red palm oil is an excellent source of vitamin E that can enable you attain a healthy skin.

A Great Acne Treatment Option

A blog post published by healthline suggest that apart from the cleaning properties of lauric acid, you can greatly benefit from the fatty acids as well as other nutrients.

That being the case, you should be guaranteed that the African black soap is an excellent product for fighting acne since it features lauric acid as part of the ingredient.

Coconut oil contained in the soap contain vitamin E, capric acid and caprylic acid that helps to calm irritated and inflamed skin as well as balance the pH of your skin.

That aside, Palm oil is rich in lineleric acid, oleic acid, and beta-carotene that helps in healing and preventing acne breakouts. Additionally, the fats feature anti-inflammatory properties that create a barrier which helps retain moisture.

Aids in the Reduction of Wrinkles and Fine Lines

The African black soap utilizes plantain peels and cocoa pods which are considered an excellent source of antioxidants. In fact, the plantain peels contain quercetin, protocatechuic acid and rutin while the cocoa pods contain catechins, tannis and Gallic acid.

All these ingredients provides you will a diverse mix of flannonoids and phenolics that work in synergy with each other. They work together to help in fighting free radical damage which is a great contributor to the physical signs of aging.

Attaining an Even Skin Tone

Skin darkening can be caused by different factors such as skin injuries, inflammation, acne and sun damage. The European journal of biochemistry describes tyrosinase as an enzyme that helps in the regulation of melanin.

Therefore, if it isn’t working optimally, then melanin can go unchecked. This can, in turn, leave your skin with liver spots, patches of discolored skin as well as dark circles around the eyes.

A study conducted by the U.S national library of medicine indicated that cocoa pods, a key ingredient in the African black soap, can inhibit the tyrosinase activity which in turn results in a lighter skin tone.

A remedy for Eczema

Eczema is characterized by itchy, sensitive, red and dry skin and such symptoms can be managed by using the African black soap. The rich combination of ingredients such as red palm oil, shea butter and coconut oil can add moisture to the epidermis as well as counter inflammation.

Black African soap provide deep hydration while at the same time soothing the pain and swelling that comes as a result of the eczema flare-up.

A Great Scalp Treatment Remedy

You will realize that shampooing and dry skin takes up a lot of styling products with dermatitis causing dandruff on the scalp. It’s easy to spot the symptoms of dandruff. This is because flakes of dead skin will start snowing from your scalp and your head will feel itchy.

That said, the black African soap is an awesome remedy when it comes to the removal of such flaky build up. If you’ve got oily hair you will be required to dilute a small amount of soap with water and let it penetrate for about ten minutes.

Those with normal hair can dilute with conditioning such as shea butter, extra virgin oil and coconut oil and then rinse once they’ve massaged it into the scalp.

Exfoliates the skin

An article from a woman’s health describes exfoliation as the removal of dead skin cells by using scrubs that contain special kind of acids or by using abrasive scrubs on the skin.

Since the African black soap is raw and unprocessed, the organic the grainy quantity of the soap makes it a gentle exfoliator.

Getting rid of the dead skin is one of the ways that can bring out your natural glow and the African black soap not only get rid of the grime and dirt from the pores but it also removes dead cells and pulls out bacteria.

Offers protection from UV light

Although it doesn’t mean that you can go without sunscreen once you’ve used the African black soap, it can provide additional protection from the harsh UV light.

UV light can damage to your skin by tearing and burning, but with the antioxidant benefits that come with the African black soap, you should be guaranteed of additional protection from sun damage.

Excellent For Any Skin Type

You won’t have to worry about using the black African soap if you’ve got oily or dry skin since it works well with both. According to an article published in the natural living ideas blog coconut oil helps to counteracts dryness by hydrating the skin.

It’s also a great option for those with sensitive skin specifically those who are prone to skin infections and rashes. You won’t have such complication when using the African black soap since it doesn’t contain any hidden ingredients that can irritate your skin.

Soothes razor bumps and calms psoriasis

An article published at the health line blog describes psoriasis as an autoimmune disease that causes your skin to develop red scaly patches that is both painful and itchy.

That said, if you’ve got flaky, itchy and dry psoriasis patches, you should consider dropping the harsh body cleansers and washers that contain irritating fragrance and chemicals and opt for the African black soap instead.

Also, the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties of the African black soap can help in minimizing razor bumps. You can also use the soap to calm and soothe the red skin after shaving. In this YouTube video Dr.OZ explores some of the benefits of the African black soap.

By watching this video you will learn a lot about the origin of the soap as well as some of the reason why you should consider using it.

Final Thoughts

Our African black soap not only acts as a cleanser and moisturizer, but you can greatly benefit from its healing properties which includes minimizing of blemishes and scars as well as treating acne. Try it today!


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4 comments

Created on Posted by Jayceon

Love this soap!

Created on Posted by Alisa

Just started product for 2 days I feel the soap gives me a burning sensation and lil redness is that normal should I continue the daily use and if so once or twice a day??

Created on Posted by Christan Tetson

Can it be used all over the body? Or is it just for face?

Created on Posted by Niche’ Henderson

Does the liquid black soap also have coconut oil in it?


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