Like no other soap you have ever used before, Out of Africa’s African Black Soap ($3.99) purifies, nourishes and exfoliates the skin without stripping it of moisture. It is enriched with 20% pure unrefined shea butter that is handmade in West Africa and is naturally rich in vitamins A, E & F, as well as healthy fatty acids.
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African Black Soap is ideal for dry, sensitive and irritated skin, since it’s free of harsh ingredients and dyes. The bar has powerful hydrating, anti-aging and healing benefits, which balances skin and treats eczema, psoriasis, acne, stretch marks, dark spots, scarring and wrinkles. You can even use African Black Soap as a makeup remover and shampoo. We used the soap on our back and shoulders to ward off some pesky bacne. Here’s what Sherri Pines had to say about it:
“I do not have the best skin. My back mainly can be blotchy, uneven or acne-ridden. With that said, I am constantly trying new products that will improve my skintone and stop blemishes from forming. My experiences with African black soaps in the past have not gone well, mainly because they can be too harsh on the skin, causing more irritation. I can officially say I have found the black soap that works for me!
Out of Africa’s African Black Pure Shea Butter Bar Soap is not harsh and does not overly dry or strip my skin. This bar soap has been completely improving my skintone; I use this soap once a day in the shower on my back, chest, and shoulders (locations of my problematic skin). My skintone is much more even in appearance now!”
African Black Soap:
1. Provides a deep clean to remove excess oil, treat acne and reduce the appearance of pores
2. Fades acne scars and improves dark spots and stretch marks
3. Hydrates dry, irritated and sensitive skin
4. Treats skin problems like eczema and psoriasis
5. Removes makeup
6. Thins fine lines and wrinkles
7. Cleanses the hair and scalp
A portion of the proceeds from each purchase will be donated to help provide education as well as medical care to children in West Africa. www.outofafricashea.com.
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– Sherri Pines
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