Hi there Kings and Queens!
Can you guess the origin of African Black Soap?
The African Black soap has acquired many names. Among Ghanaians, it is called; Alata Samina, or Anago Samina. In Nigeria and among the Yuroba’s it is referred to as; Ose Dudu or Dudu Osun, which translates into Medicinal Soap from the transcription; “Ose” (Medicine) and “Dudu” (Soap).
African black soap is Plant-based. Our African Black is made from the composition of a few basic ingredients which include Neem oil, Red AFRICAN Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Roasted Plantain Skins, Roasted Cocoa Pods, Shea Butter, or Cocoa Butter to provide our #KINGS AND QUEENS with a refreshing bath while protecting their skin.
The soap contains no lye, it is 100% natural with the plantain skins and cocoa pod used to saponify the oils and butter. Enriching it with the ability to controls oily skin and certain skin irritations such as eczema, acne, and blemishes. It also relieves the skin from irritation and dryness, eliminates body odor, reduces stretch marks, skin discoloration, and provides one with an even skin tone.
Our #AfricanBlackSoap #Ghanaian black soap is an adaptation of the Nigerian black soap except for the fact that it is lighter in color.
- Pure and gentle on the skin for bathing or as a hair shampoo.
- Eliminates body odor.
- Relieves scalp itchiness and irritation. Clears acne and eczema.
- Reduces stretch marks, skin discolorations, and evens out skin tone.
How to use
Use as a daily bath soap. for maximum results, use morning and night
- Red Palm Oil
- Coconut Oil
- Roasted Plantain Skins
- Roasted Cocoa Pods
- Shea and Cocoa Butter
Handmade in Ghana – West Africa
Our African black soap is packed with essential nutrients designed to enhance your skin’s natural complexion and help you glow from the inside out because of its deep penetrating formula.