The Pure African Black Soap is a handmade plant-based ingredient in Africa. African Black Soap is one of the best solutions for hyperpigmentation, breakouts, stretch marks, etc. Whereby the Shea Butter also a handcraft product which is 100% raw unrefined butter that can be used for all skin completion. It’s Ivory in colour and smells like chocolate, nuts and butter. This luxurious butter is full of vitamins and minerals. The Black Soap on the other hand, is Antibacterial and eliminates bacterial and fights acne, clears rashes, helps blemish and blackheads skin. It is rich in Vitamine A and E, fragrance-free, in other words, it is unscented and soothes itchiness and irritation.
In the long term use, the black soap can dry your skin, that’s why it‘s best to use the Shea Butter to soothe and to strengthen your skin to look more beautiful.
The homemade butter is very thick and solid at room temperature but melts between 22°C and 24°C. This luxurious butter is full of vitamins and minerals which will supply your skin with a whole lot of moisture throughout the day and also leaves your skin looking more refreshed and healthier.
With its healing properties, Shea Butter and the black soap help to decrease the breakouts of collagen which makes the skin appear smoother and reduce skin problems. Studies have shown how good Shea Butter is as well as the black soap, especially the great job it does at penetrating the skin which makes it highly emollient.
Simply take a small chunk of soap off the bar and rub it between your hands and apply it to your face and body. Rinse the soap off with lukewarm water. Afterwards, gently use your finger or a teaspoon to scoop from your Shea Butter jar then rub it onto your skin until it’s completely absorbed.
The product is unprocessed and therefore has a rough texture, so be aware of applying it. Also make sure you close your eyes before you apply and wash it off as it may burn your eyes.
The raw unrefined butter has not been filtered and therefore may contain trash particles of the shea nuts. Also, those with nuts allergies, should probably best speak to their dermatologist or an allergist for further directions. However, there has not been any reactions recorded. It is very rare to get any allergy so it is very low risk, but still, make sure you avoid it and verify before using.
Shea Butter should be stored slightly below room temperature so that it stays solid and easy to spread. It melts above 22°C.