As you all may know from reading my previous skincare posts, I am big on facial cleansers and finding one that works best for my normal skin type. My last product love affair was with Fresh – a skincare line for all skin types. I enjoyed using Fresh however, I was still experiencing unwanted blemishes and tight dry skin after using the face wash.
I have heard of African Black Soap and recently was told it was great for the face. One day while in Whole Foods I stumbled across Nubian Heritage African Black Soap and decided to read its label. I quickly discovered the great pros to using the age old remedy and fell in love with its natural ingredients and skin healing components. Over the past week I have experienced smoother, more supple skin on my face and body. YES! I have found a product that I can use on my face and body! You guys have no idea how exciting that is for me. No more expensive face washes and then buying a separate cleanser for the rest of me. This bad boy (the soap, of course) does it all, giving it ultimate purpose in my daily routine! Check out some visuals and details of my new favorite skincare product!
Nubian Heritage African Black Soap
with Oats, Aloe & Vitamin E
On the box: anti-blemish, detoxifying & Healing
Where to buy: Whole Foods or direct from Nubian Heritage
Price: $4.99 (and so worth it!)
Ingredients: coconut oil and/or palm oil, shea butter, avena satina (oats), aloe leaf juice, plantain extract, vitamin e, vegetable glycerin, mineral pigment or vegetable color, natural fragrance and/or essential oil
I love products that use ingredients that you can also buy in the store.
Aloe and Oats are a huge component in this soap and can be found just a couple isles away!
Aloe is great for treating a variety of skin conditions –
flaky, dry skin, sunburn, wounds, cosmetic ailments as well as scalp problems.
Just a soap and it’s Aloe lol
I love the way this soap lathers and the fact that you can see its ingredients.
As the soap dwindles you will get a nice exfoliation from the oats!
Let me know if you have tried African Black Soap or what you are currently using as a cleanser!