African Black Soap

African Black Soap and Why We Love It……………….


Why is everyone talking about African Black Soap?

You will be forgiven if you have never heard of African Black Soap, however, with the popularity of the Soap soaring, it won’t be long until you do!

The use of African Black Soap may be new to some of you however this natural cleanser has been used widely across West Africa for hundreds of years.

There are different variations of African Black Soap on the market today but the main ingredients are Plantain Leaves, Cocoa Pods, Palm Oil, Palm Kernel Oil, Coconut Oil, and Shea Butter.

There are many benefits of using African Black Soap including the following:

It’s an ALL Natural Product: As the soap is made from all natural ingredients it will not strip your skin of its natural oils. Authentic African Black Soap does not contain any hidden ingredients and is batched 100% naturally, making it vegan friendly and suitable for those with sensitive skin.

It’s Suitable for All Skin Types: Dry, Oily, Acne Prone, Eczema, Hyperpigmentation, Young, Old, Psoriasis, Sensitive………..whatever your skin type African Black is suitable for you!

Shampoo Use: Did you know that African Black Soap can be used as a shampoo for your hair too. Whether melted down to a liquid form or just using the bar itself, African Black Soap is excellent for treating your dry scalp and hair, gently cleansing, preventing dandruff, strengthens hair and prevents breakage.

Shea Island’s African Black Soap and all its ingredients are all sourced responsibly. Our African Black Soap is 100% natural with no added nasty chemicals or things you’ve never heard of! Our African Black Soap is produced with love by our suppliers in Ghana West Africa.

These are just a few reasons why everyone is talking about African Black Soap. Don’t just take our word for it…..check out our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and look through our customer testimonials and reviews!

Purchase your Shea Island African Black Soap today and feel the benefits for yourself!

Written By

Rachel McIntosh

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