Ever tried a natural black soap? If not, you have missed one of the best kept skin care secrets of our time. Imagine having your complexion that makes you want to stop and look every time you pass a mirror.
Forget about those harsh astringents and toners, soaps with coarse scrubs and high alcohol-based products. Treat your skin with african black soap and these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to perfect skin.
Step 1: To use organic black soap for a shower or bath, wet sponge or wash cloth and rub the organic black soap on the sponge or wash cloth. Lather up with natural black soap and use shea moisturizer or shea butter to moisturize your clean lustrous skin after a shower or bath.
Step 2: Wash your face once or twice a day and use natural black soap. Or better yet, give yourself a facial with natural black soap. Prepare a small towel, dip it into some warm water, squeeze out and place the towel over your face for about 10 seconds or until the towel goes cold. Repeat several times. When you are done, wash your beautiful face with natural black soap. Don’t forget parts behind the ears, under the chin and neck and rinse with warm water. Finally, moisturize with a moisturizer. Acne, blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, blemishes, rashes, breakouts and discolorations will eventually fades away.
Step 3: Wet your hair and rub organic black soap in until it lathers. Wash hair, rinse & repeat the process until hair is clean. When you are done, use regular hair conditioner.
To store unused organic black soap, place it in a cool dry area wrapped in saran wrap or in a zip lock bag or in a plastic container. It has natural glycerin that will naturally absorb moisture from the air and become darker and softer when left exposed. Do not leave African black soap in water. If you are storing African black soap in a soap dish, make sure that the soap dish is well drained. If it is to be stored on a surface, make sure surface does not have a paddle of water.
Aside from using natural black soap for your skin, it will be an added bonus if you will avoid smokes and cigarettes. Proper nourishments will also do well for your skin which includes eating healthy and nutritious foods and minimize eating junk foods. Enough rest and sleep, for at least eight hours is very important. Prolonged sun exposure especially if you have not applied your sunscreen should also be avoided. In addition, be sure to clean your face thoroughly at night, removing every trace of makeup. This will be efficient especially with the use of African black soap.
Use black soaps on your skin and not imitation soaps that have chemicals and coloring added to them. Pure black soaps are available at an international grocery store, African marketplace or online. It comes as a liquid, bar or in an unformed lump.