African black soap has played a vital role in many skincare regiemes. From providing a deep facial cleanse to soothing skin irritation, African black soap has numerous reasons as to why it is a fan favourite. Black soap is made from harvested African plants, such as raw shea butter cocoa pod, and originated in West Africa.
The beauty in African black soap is that it is handmade with ingredients that help to remove dead cells and is safe for all skin types. Though the name is “black” soap, the colour varies from light brown to black depending on the ingredients used, but the ash colour comes from the sun-dried plantain leaves.
You may get excited when seeing black soap in your local drug store, but is it authentic? Surely the difference in traditional black soap is it is soft, has no artificial fragrances, and colour variation.
If you have made it this far in the article, you are ready to learn about the benefits!
Benefits of African Black Soap
- Facial cleanse & body wash
- Soothes irritation and inflammation
- Black Soap for Acne treatment
- Evens skin tone
- Aides in Eczema healing
- Scalp Treatment
- Great for any skin type
Different Forms of African Black Soap
With our customers in mind, R&R Luxury has created two forms of black soap to meet your needs. Though the types are different, they both pack a powerful punch in ensuring your skin is treated with love.
R&R Luxury Liquid Black Soap
Our liquid African black soap gently and deeply cleanses your face and body without stripping moisture from your skin. It is an excellent combination of shea butter and other African ingredients and sourced from Ghana.
R&R Luxury Black Bar Soap
This luxurious bar soap is just as effective as the liquid form and offers your body 100% natural ingredients. Due to the ingredients in this African black soap, it gently exfoliates skin too.
R&R Luxury Men’s Liquid Black Soap with Lemongrass
Gentlemen, we have created something special for you: our own R&R Luxury Men’s Liquid Black Soap. In liquid form, this lightly scented soap remains effective in providing your body with Vitamin E. Smelling good never felt so healthy!
How to store black soap
To preserve your black soap (bar form), keep it in its packaging when not in use. Be sure to store in a cool, dry place because your soap can dissolve in moisture, shortening your shelf life. Ziplock bags and Tupperware will become your absolute best friends. When storing your soap in the shower, make sure to dump out any extra water from your soap dish. The beauty in African black soap is that there is no expiration date, so you always want to ensure that it is stored properly.
Share your love for African black soap, in the comments below, and how the raw benefits have helped you!
Nahema, Team R&R Intern