African Black Soap
Black African Soap is another wonderful product used throughout West Africa. It is also 100% pure and made from naturally grown ingredients consisting of Shea butter, red palm kernels, grilled plantain skins, and sometimes pure cocoa butter. It foams pleasantly and a little goes a long way. Soft and gentle, it is also great as a hair shampoo!
A Brief History of African Black Soap
Black Soap, also known as African Black Soap, originates from West Africa. It has been used for centuries in Ghana. Its methods and secrets have been passed down from generation to generation to keep the soap close to Mother Nature and to avoid exploitation and imitations. Every tribe makes their soap a little differently.
For centuries, Ghanaians have used Black Soap to help relieve acne, oily skin, clear blemishes and various other skin issues. Beyond relief of problem areas, African Black soap has been used to achieve beautiful skin and it is great for removing make-up. This natural soap is also excellent for bathing and washing hair. Black Soap will leave your skin soft, clear and smelling delicious without added chemicals or scents.
Making African Black Soap
A unique ingredient in African Black Soap is grilled plantain skin. It is a natural source of vitamins A and E as well as iron. (Plantain is a popular food in Africa, South America and other parts of the world. It can be found in ethnic or international grocery stores such as Latino, Caribbean or African. It looks like a banana, but much bigger, but does not taste like a banana and must be cooked before eating.)
African Black Soap has been used for centuries because it works so well and has numerous benefits. It can be used by anyone who wishes to improve the quality of their skin.
Princess Aisha Sibri’s African Black Soap is hand made from Shea butter, red palm kernels, grilled plantain skins, coconut oil, and cocoa butter.