Black soap effectively cleanses the skin without stripping it of its natural oils.
The power of African black soap –
The plantain leaves contain such vitamins and minerals as iron and vitamin A and E; which are extremely important for healthy skin.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant also known as “skin protector” and vitamin A boosts the production of collagen.
The plantain leaves also contain allantoin – an ingredient that reduces blemishes and scarring, while renewing and regenerating the skin cells.
It also has anti-inflammatory agents that are effective in treating eczema, psoriasis and acne.
This is very effective in moisturising the skin, fading acne scars, dark spots and also in healing burns, spots and damaged skin.
It is also used in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
It does not strip your skin completely of its natural oils. Therefore, in addition to cleansing the skin, it keeps it moisturised and smooth.
If you have blocked pores, black soap gives you a deep cleanse and purifies your skin from the inside, without stripping it of its natural oils.
How to use African black soap:
Wash your face with it morning and night. But if you have dry skin, it’s recommended that you use it only once a day. It’s better to use it at night so that it will properly wash away makeup and all the dirt your face picked up throughout the day.
Make sure to follow up with a moisturiser immediately after using black soap; whether on your face or on your body, to avoid drying out your skin.