If you are looking for a product that can work multiple ways in your beauty regimen, we may have the answer for you: Liquid African Black Soap! This soap is loaded with antibacterial properties that are great for any skin type, especially sensitive skin. It is known to detoxify your pores, purify the skin, even skin tone, and treat acne. Let’s get into the five ways you can work this one bottle of magic into your beauty lifestyle.
The first and most obvious way to use a soap is to get in the shower and lather up! This soap is great for the entire family even sensitive enough for the babies. There are a range of scents to choose from, we love the peppermint for daytime and the lavender ylang-ylang for a relaxing bath at bedtime!
That’s right, this liquid black soap is safe enough to use on your face. It is known for it’s healing properties, gentle exfoliation, and deep cleansing power. This is especially great for our beauties who travel often, no need to pack multiple products in your toiletry bag. We even recommend this as an excellent makeup remover!
It gets even better. The exact same soap you use to shower and cleanse your face with can even be used to get rid of the hair on your legs. What’s great is that the soap is moisturizing and gentle, so your legs won’t be irritated after shaving. It also lessens the chances of getting of those pesky razor bumps.
Need a shampoo that will cleanse your scalp without stripping your hair? Reach once again for this bottle. The black soap is all natural and has antibacterial properties that will get your strands squeaky clean! It’s a great remedy for dry scalp conditions and is perfect for transitioning naturalistas.
Makeup Brush Cleaner
No need to run out and buy an expensive specialty cleanser to clean those brushes and sponges, The African Black Soap can get the job done like no other. It only makes sense to cleanse the tools used on your face with the soap that washes your skin, right? Antibacterial to get the gunk out without drying out your brushes–it’s a win, sis.
What ways do you use African black soap? We’d love to know! Comment below with your suggestions!
Written By: Karese Henry-Adediran