Refining And Glow Face and Body soap
Refining And Glow Face and Body soap
Refining and Glow African Black Soap has natural antibacterial and exfoliating properties, African black soap acts gently to improve skin texture and tone. The soap also reduces inflammation and may help treat some signs of aging like dark spots or wrinkles. You can use African black soap on your face, hands, body.
Generally, African black soap doesn’t contain lye (a common soap component)
- Cocoa pod ash
- cocoa powder
- cocoa butter.
- Coconut oil.
- Palm kernel oil and palm oil.
- Plantain skin ash leaves bark.
- Rice Bran extract
Apply gently on face and leave for 20mins then wash face with warm water, you can also apply to your whole body if you have rashes or Eczema etc leave for 15 to 29 minutes and wash it off immediately. Apply our Body Butter on your skin and yet shower. Apply our Face Regenerating Glow Boosting Balm, Vitamin C Serum and Rose water if you only apply Our Refining and Glow African Soap Cleanser on your face. Shea Butter, Plantain Skin, Cocoa Pod, Shea Tree bark, Camwood Extracts, Wild honey, Lemon Extract, Premium Palm Kernel Oil.
It natural antibacterial ingredients work better than medicated cleansers to remove certain harmful bacteria, dirt and other impurities.
2. Deep cleans your skin
African black soap’s natural ingredients make it a thorough facial cleanser and makeup remover. Its oils and butters help dissolve makeup, while it effectively removes dirt from your face or body.
3. Exfoliates to help improve skin texture and tone
African black soap is much less smoother than other soaps, due to the ashes used to produce the soap, so it works as a natural exfoliant, removing dead skin cells before they clog pores and hair follicles. The plantain skins and leaves found in African black soap are naturally high in vitamin A, which can brighten your complexion, too.
“It’s a good alternative to chemical products if you’re looking for a product with natural ingredients,”
4. Reduces or prevents razor burn
If you’re used to having irritated skin or razor bumps after you shave, you may want to give African black soap a try. The oil and butter in African black soap may help soothe skin to prevent the aftereffects of razor burn.
5. Helps with mild skin rashes
Some people use African black soap to improve rashes caused by eczema and extreme rashes.
The soap also may help control dandruff caused by fungus.
7. Moisturizes without stripping essential oils
African black soap’s multiple ingredients help strike a balance — shea butter adds moisture to your skin while coconut oil prevents excess oiliness. These oils and fats lock in moisture but wash off well with water, so you’re not left with a buildup that can clog pores.
Use African black soap to relieve dry skin or itchiness, especially if you have combination skin.
8. May reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine linea. Shea butter and coconut oil may help plump up wrinkles and fine lines by slowing the loss of collagen, a fiber-like protein that helps make our tissues strong. Exfoliation can also make fine lines less visible.
9. Protects against oxidative stress
Exposure to air pollution, UV radiation from the sun, skin care products and cosmetics affect your skin every day. You can see some of these changes with the naked eye — like dark spots or wrinkles. Others, such as free radical damage to skin cells, are invisible. Antioxidants in African black soap may help protect your skin from these effects and help discoloration fade.
10. Reduces inflammation
Rich in vitamins A and E, African black soap’s antioxidants help shield your skin against inflammation and free radicals that damage skin cells.
11. Treats acne
African black soap may improve acne and balance the natural oils in your skin.
“African black soap may work for some people who have breakouts.
12. Treats dandruff
Yes! You can shampoo with African black soap, too. It may even help treat dandruff, thanks to its moisturizing ingredients. Use it like any other shampoo, lathering it into your hair and then rinsing it out.