African black soap, also known as ‘Anago soap’, ‘Alata Samina’ and ‘Ose Dudu’, is a brown/black soap originally from West Africa. It has been used for thousands of years to clean the body and to heal various skin disorders including acne, psoriasis, black spots, eczema, rashes et cetera.
This unique soap, which is completely made up of natural ingredients, is one of the gifts that time has bequeathed us. Traditionally, raw African black soap was made by old women and the process usually lasted a day or two. It involved many ingenious techniques and was prepared with a recipe that has been passed on for generations. This is the secret behind the amazing qualities of African black soap.
In the past few years many scientists and cosmeticians have commented that pure African black soap is one of the healthiest options available in the market today. And many people believe we are only beginning to uncover the benefits of using this unique soap.
Pure African Black soap from Ghana is renowned to be of excellent quality. This is partly due to the choice of ingredients used by most Ghanaian black soap manufacturers and the fact that many of them continue to practice the ancient methods of manufacturing this soap. While others, succumbing to the lure for more profit, have opted for mass production techniques which are known to reduce the quality of the product.
For many generations, Ghanaians have used raw African black soap to correct several skin disorders and to obtain beautiful skin. Pure African black soap is suitable for use on both the skin and hair; it is known to be efficacious in getting rid of dandruff and other scalp infections. In modern times, women have found that its deep cleansing properties make it an excellent option for removing their make-up before retiring to bed.
Our pure African black soap will leave your skin soft and smooth. raw African black soap is unscented, but you can always add your preferred fragrance or oil.
Have you ever wondered what exactly this wonderful soap is made of? Our handcrafted black soap contains the following ingredients;
- Palm Oil
- Cocoa Pod Powder
- Palm Kernel Oil
- Coconut Oil
- Unrefined Shea Butter (about 10%)
It must be stated clearly that we never use dye, lye or charcoal to manufacture our soap, still it lathers more than any mass produced soap.
When shopping for pure African black soap it is important to remember that the lesser the ingredients the better the quality of the soap is likely to be. Some manufacturers attempt to formulate their own black soap production techniques that involve the use of dyes and other industrial chemicals. These ingredients have been noted to have a negative effect on the overall quality of the soap.
Here are a few tips to assist you identify genuine African black soap;
Pure African black soap is usually brownish black in color and soft to the touch AND MELT WHEN EXPOSED TO AIR Because of its high natural gel. If you find any soap marketed as African black soap which is totally black in color or vary hard, it is not advisable to buy it because it has been dyed and it may contain other chemicals besides the usual ingredients.
Raw African black soap doesn’t have a particular fragrance; many commentators have described it as having a non-intrusive, earthy smell. It is therefore recommended for people with skin types that develop allergies to common fragrances used in soaps.
African black soap is suitable for all skin types and for persons of all ages. If you develop any allergy from using our black soap, it is advisable to discontinue immediately (this rarely ever happens).
African black soap is a natural source of many vitamins and minerals that are essential for a healthy skin. Indeed many customers report improvements in their skin within the first few WEEKS of using our product.
We ship bulk quantities of RAW AFRICAN BLACK SOAP, PRE CUT BARS and liquid African black soap to any destination in the world. We are always working to maintain and improve the quality and packaging of our African black soap and other products.
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