How to Use Black Soap
How To Use Black Soap
Wash 1-2 times in a row in one single wash. You can bathe from your hair down to your toes using African Black Soap. We recommend our Authentic Unrefined Shea Nut Butter to moisturize, heal, and protect your skin after washing your face and/or body. Raw Shea Butter WILL NOT clog your pores, so there is no need to worry.
Although African Black Soap tends to be crumbly, it is very easy to use. Simply grip desired amount into the palm of your hand and form your own soap bar, then bathe naturally.
It is recommended to NOT USE any form of a washcloth and/or synthetic sponge when cleansing because it holds germs and bacteria. For exfoliating purposes, use an all natural loofah. Loofahs need to be properly dried to prevent bacteria growth as well. To purchase a loofah, click here.
Avoid rubbing the skin with Raw Black Soap, especially on delicate facial skin. Lather up soap in hands first before putting on face. The soap contains ash granules that might not dissolve quickly and can irritate the skin. WHAT IS IN BLACK SOAP? Click here to read more.
When cleansing problematic skin such as Acne, Psoriasis, Eczema, and Rosacea, you should not scrub your skin using a washcloth and/or sponge. For best results, use bare hands when cleaning your body.
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