Whether your skin type is normal, dry, oily, sensitive, or a combination of these, black soap could be the first choice for cleansing.
It contains absolutely no chemicals and artificial fragrances that strip the natural barrier of the skin and cause irritations. At the same time, it contains moisture-locking natural ingredients.
Got hyperactive sebaceous glands and acne-prone skin? Try out the ultimate all-natural acne-fighter – the African black soap. The lauric acid content of the black soap is found to be effective in combating the acne-causing bacteria Propionibacterium acnes.
Coconut oil also contains other fatty acids such as caprylic, oleic, linoleic, capric acids, and vitamins E, which balance the skin’s pH, calm the redness and irritation, moisturizes, and heals the skin.
Overactive oil glands mean clogged pores, trapped debris and bacteria, and acne. The regular cleansing and exfoliation with African black soap may help balance skin’s pH and reduce sebum levels.
We can’t stop wrinkles from kissing our forehead and smile lines; but we can prevent them (well, to a certain extent!). The two key ingredients in African black soap cocoa pods and plantain peels contain famous free-radical-fighting compounds.
It may reduce the appearance of dark spots
Dark spots, also known as hyperpigmentation or age spots, are areas of skin that appear darker than others.