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A Simple Step-by-Step On Using African Black Soap For Skin Care

By Jon Low

The benefits of african black soap has made it a very popular product over time, as a natural and safe alternative all over body skincare product. It can be used on your body and your face, and even in your hair. Many have found that black soap clears up skin conditions such as keratosis pilaris and eczema. When used properly (which does not take a large amount of intellectual or physical effort), the benefits of black soap will be clear to see.

To start, you’ll simply need the following:

- Pure Black Soap (top quality, something that is roast dark brown or coffee colored is what you are looking for)

- Luke warm water

- A towel or gentle body cloth

These are the few user friendly steps you can take to capitalise on the benefits of African Black Soap:

1. Pure African Black Soap is free of preservatives (it is pure afterall) however this means it needs to be kept in an airtight container, or well wrapped. With consideration to this, it is often best to peel a chunk off, of the black stuff. Although this may feel difficult at first, continue exerting pressure on your African black soap and a chunk will come off.

2. To put on your body, make sure there is low flowing water (so you do not lose the substance to the drainage) and create a lather in the palm of your hands to spread over your body. However a body glove is fine for if you would prefer to lather the chunk of black soap onto your cloth as you would any other bar of soap.

3. If you’d like to use it for your face and hair, it is much better to make a lather with your chunk of black soap between your hands and then rub the resulting lather on your face or through your hair.

4. Once you have lathered your skin, hair or face with your black soap, simply wash off as you would normally after a shower.

Jonathan is a Pure Black Soap enthusiast, looking to promote the most ethical and integrous aspects of the resource and its application in society today. He has recognised that social responsibility and product quality are inseparable entities to compliment our lives. Click to check out a body pleasing Pure Black Soap Product.

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