Now let’s discuss one of my best beauty products ever; the African black soap.
Are you battling acne and can’t seem to find any product that will help? Or does your skin generally react badly to skincare products?
Then you need to pay attention; the African black soap is probably the product your skin has been waiting for!
You’re probably already familiar with this soap. It is locally made in Nigeria. The Yorubas call it Ose Dudu.
The African black soap is made locally in West Africa, especially in Nigeria and Ghana.
This soap is made from palm leaves, cocoa pods, plantain skins, and shea tree bark.
These ingredients are the first sun-dried, and then roasted at a certain temperature until they turn to ash. Then the ash is added to water and palm oil or palm kernel oil.
The mixture is then heated and hand-stirred until it solidifies. Finally, the product is left to cure for two weeks.
And after that, the black soap is ready!
I have heard women complain about using soaps that cause irritations, some more expensive than I have ever used. The first question I now ask is “what about black soap?”
Not only is it locally made with pure natural ingredients, but it is also very cheap to purchase. But that is not the best part.
It holds so many benefits for your skin than you can imagine, and these benefits are the major reasons you should switch to the African Black Soap, if you’re not already using it.
Let’s take a look at some of these benefits…
Reasons you should use the African black soap
1. It can be used for all skin types
Talk about soap you can use for all skin types — even sensitive skin — and you have the African black soap.
It is solely made from plants and has no fragrance. So it can be used on dry, oily, combination and even sensitive skin.
The African black soap balances oil production within your skin and also balances your skin’s pH level. It does not strip your skin of its natural oils; neither does it add excess oil to your skin.
2. It can be used to soothe irritated skin
Whenever you have allergies or skin irritations, African black soap can be used to soothe your skin and get rid of the irritations.
It can be used in getting rid of eczema, rashes, redness of the skin and other skin allergies.
3. It is one of the greatest anti-acne treatments ever
The African black soap contains numerous anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties that help in fighting acne.
It is made with Palm oil, which contains oleic acid, and linoleic acid. It can be used to not only prevent, but also heal breakouts.
Black soap prevents acne by preventing the production of excess oil on your skin. It balances your skin’s oil production rate.
It also prevents skin inflammation of any kind.
4. It clears off dark spots.
Ingredients, such as plantain leaves, used in making black soap contain vitamins, minerals, and allatonin, which help in lightening and reducing dark spots on your skin.
Black soap also protects your skin from the sun rays which can be damaging to your skin.
5. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties
The African black soap is rich in antioxidants such as Vitamins A and E, which help to fight against free radicals that attack healthy skin tissues.
It is also useful for treating inflammatory conditions like rosacea.
The antifungal properties found in Black soap are effective in treating different fungal skin infections, such as athletes’ foot and toenail fungus.
When you constantly use black soap, you protect your skin from getting infected by fungus in the first place.
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6. It exfoliates your skin
African black soap is a gentle and natural exfoliator that helps in improving the texture of your skin.
The rough texture of the soap helps to exfoliate dead skin cells off your skin.
It also removes dirt, dust, and excess oil from your skin pores. This helps in giving your skin a natural glow.
7. It reduces wrinkles and fine lines
Since black soap is made from cocoa pods and plantain peels, two ingredients that are enriched with antioxidants, it is great for reducing the appearance of wrinkles on your skin.
Not only do these ingredients fight against the damage caused by free radicals, but they also reduce physical signs of aging, like wrinkles and fine lines.
8. It evens out your skin tone
A part of your skin can get darker than the rest due to acne, inflammation, sun damage, skin injuries and so on.
Black soap is made from cocoa pods which contain tyrosinase activity. Tyrosinase is an enzyme that regulates melanin production.
When the enzyme “tyrosinase” malfunctions in your body, it increases the production of melanin, which can lead to discoloured patches on your skin. Cocoa pod extracts inhibits the activities of tyrosinase and prevents it from going overboard. This lightens the dark skin patches.
The African black soap can also absorb ultra-violet rays from the sun, protecting your skin from sun damage and preventing hyperpigmentation and further discolouration.
9. It reduces scars and blemishes
African black soap has a unique combination of ingredients that makes it great for reducing scars (from injuries, burns, diseases, etc), stretch marks, and any other blemish on your skin.
It is made with palm oil, which is rich in Vitamin E, an important element for keeping your skin healthy.
Also, the fatty acids found in palm kernel oil and palm oil boost the generation of new and healthy skin cells. This makes the scars on your skin fade.
10. It can be used to treat eczema
Eczema makes your skin itchy, sensitive, red/brown/purple and dry. Black soap can be used in managing these symptoms.
Since it is made from oils, such as palm kernel oil, palm oil, and so on, the African black soap does not only provide moisture and deep hydration to your skin; it also counters skin inflammation and soothes any accompanying swelling and pain.
Most times, we do not appreciate the things we can get right here in our own environment.
Black soap is exported to different parts of the world and is popular amongst women in foreign countries because they understand the power of the African black soap. (According to Wikipedia, the African Black Soap is very popular in North America. It has far over 18,500 combined reviews and average of 4 stars for African black soaps on the first page of Amazon search alone).
(According to Wikipedia, the African Black Soap is very popular in North America. African black soaps have far over 18,500 combined reviews and average of 4 stars on the first page of Amazon search alone).
It is sad that we, who own it and can easily get it, even at a low price, would rather go for expensive and foreign products that can not even do half as much as the African black soap does.
If you do not have the black soap, then you are depriving your skin of numerous benefits that can make it glow spotlessly.
Now over to you. Have you ever used black soap before? If yes, how was your experience? Please share with me and other BeauCrest-fam in the comments.
That’s why we collaborated with a botanist and skincare expert to create the BeauCrest African Black Soap — to give you the best quality of black soap, mixed with skin plants like neem, etc.
No wonder one of our early users started getting results in less than 5 days of using it.
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4 thoughts on “10 Reasons Every Woman Must Have the African Black Soap”
Thankyou so much for the info. God bless you, I’m using it already
Cool! And how’s it going
I completely agree with you on the amazing benefits of black soap. I started using black soap in January and prior to this time, I used to have frequent breakouts, my neck and arms were covered with eczema that had refused to go (over 3 months). Also, my skin color was uneven.
As soon as I started using black soap, all the eczemas faded, I have not had a single pimple in almost three months, not even when I’m on my period.
My skin is brighter and the color is even even though I don’t use cream often because of the heat in Lagos
Black soap Issa goal o❤️
Aha, nice testimonial of what the black soap is capable of! Thanks for sharing your experience, Naomi 🙂
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