White African Black Soap Ball
5-8 Oz White African Black Soap Balls (These Soap Balls are Handmade and Size will Vary)
White African Black Soap-Black Soap for Sensitive Skin
The soap lathers very well and will become darker and harder once water is introduced.
Same excellent benefits as the traditional Black Soap but it is milder and more moisturizing
Great for Sensitive Skin, Eczema, Acne, Oily Skin
This soap is super soft and sudsy can be used as a bubble bath as well
African white black soap, also known as "Ose Dudu," is a variant of traditional African black soap renowned for its gentle and moisturizing properties. Unlike the classic black soap, it incorporates additional natural ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, or cocoa butter, contributing to its lighter color and enhanced skincare benefits.
This soap is celebrated for its mildness, making it suitable for sensitive skin. Its moisturizing elements provide hydration without causing dryness, a common concern with some traditional black soaps. The added ingredients, particularly shea butter, contribute to a creamy texture, offering a luxurious and nourishing cleansing experience.
To maximize the benefits, use African white black soap as part of your daily skincare routine. Wet your face or body, lather the soap with water, and apply the rich foam in a gentle, circular motion. Rinse thoroughly, and pat your skin dry. Due to its mild nature, it's ideal for both morning and evening use, promoting a refreshed and moisturized complexion.
Regular use of this soap may lead to softer, more supple skin, making it a popular choice for those seeking a gentler alternative to traditional African black soap.
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The soft soaps are made from Saponified Palm Kernel Oil. The production process is quite lengthy, but the ingredients are simple and natural-palm kernel oil and cocoa pod ash(same as black soap).
The mixture is cooked and kneaded similar to hot process soap making. Once the soap is fully cooked, this fluffy mass starts to rise out of the pots and it is then collected.
The women in the soap producing villages take the puffy mass and form them into softball like shape