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SHAMPOO BAR - DUDU OSUN BLACK SOAP

R 150

By scrapping the scalp with black soap, you create a healthy environment that allows vitamins, iron oxides, and essential oils to penetrate the hair shaft. African black soap also promotes rapid hair growth by increasing blood circulation of the scalp.

African Black Soap can help make hair grow faster and become thicker. It can also help reduce hair loss from those suffering from this condition.

African black soap is made from the dry skin of locally harvested cocoa pods, cassava, shea tree bark, palm tree leaves, plantains, and other vegetation.

It is entirely loaded with antioxidants and minerals like potassium and magnesium. It also contains vitamins A and E. This high nutrient content makes it far superior to other soaps.

Other cleansers have lab-produced bases, like phosphorous, iron, magnesium, silicon, aluminum, and manganese oxides, along with unburnt carbon and hydrogen peroxide.

Real African black soap is all-natural and, just like shea butter, harvested by local women in Ghana and neighboring African countries. It feeds nourishment to the scalp, instead of stripping the nutrients away.

Plus, it’s less harmful for your body because you’re not absorbing and inhaling toxic substances.

Here is a list of benefits of African black soap for natural hair:

  • Feeds Healing Nutrients to the Scalp. African black soap is full of vitamins and minerals that your hair follicles can use to make thicker and longer hair.
  • Anti-aging. The antioxidants help to combat aging of the hair follicles. This can be particularly useful if you are middle-aged and experiencing thinning or slowed hair growth.
  • Defines Curl Pattern. African black soap has a high oil and glycerin content, making it the ideal cleanser for keeping your hair and scalp clean, yet moisturized.
  • Softens Hair. Naturals rave about the soap’s ability to soften and moisturize the hair. You’ll still need to use conditioner after you use the soap, but it doesn’t leave your hair hard and dry as many other synthetic shampoos do.
  • Cleanses the Scalp. African black soap is antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial. It effectively cleans your scalp, leaving the perfect environment for follicle cells to grow hair. It’s an excellent cleanser to use for hair loss and other conditions like eczema and itchy scalp.
  • Increases Hair Growth. African black soap promotes hair growth by increasing the blood circulation of the scalp. Below, you’ll find an effective recipe for a black soap shampoo for alopecia.

 

Other Benefits

Dudu Osun Black Soap is crafted entirely from natural ingredients and herbs, many handpicked in Africa this soap will have you feeling refreshed and silky smooth. Dudu Osun restores damaged skin and is helpful in healing chronic eczema, acne, freckles, and dark spots. Scented with osun (camwood extract), citrus juices, and native honey. With aloe vera and natural vitamins. A traditional African solution to refreshed healthy skin. Cleanses, Nourishes, Protects, Refreshes, and Invigorates

  • Naturally Cleansing Skin
  • Helps relieve acne, oily skin & other skin problems.
  • Great For Any Skin Type
  • Benefits against premature facial lines and wrinkles

Ingredients: Pure honey, Shea butter, Osun (Camwood), Palm kernel Oil, Cocoa pod ash, palm bunch ash, Aloe Vera, Lime Juice, Lemon Juice, Water and Fragrance.

 

Additional information:

 

  • An age-old natural cleansing bar
  • Sourced from Ghana for certified premium quality
  • African Black Soap powder is derived from cocoa pod ash, plantain peel ash, palm kernel oil, camwood bark
  • Improves skin tone, discolouration, hyperpigmentation
  • Soothes and alleviates a variety of skin irritations, especially inflammation
  • Tackles the symptoms of eczema, rosacea, psoriasis
  • Can alleviate the symptoms of acne by normalizing oily skin
  • Makes a great shampoo and shaving foam
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Deeply cleanses the skin and assists with blackheads,whiteheads, and pimples
  • A gem for combination skin

 

How to use for the face:


If it's your first time using African Black soap, you might want to start using it only every second day so it won't dry your skin too much (read the disclaimer above). After you built up your tolerance after 3 weeks, you can increase frequency to 1-2 x daily.

Lather the bar in your hands, and then apply with circular motions onto your face, rinse with water. Then follow with toner, a hydrating serum and hydrating moisturizer. 

Tip: If you're looking to brighten dark spots (hyper-pigmentation) or fade acne scars, use this together with a vitamin c serum, luminate day cream and sepilight night gel 

Disclaimer: within the first 1-3 weeks, the soap can cause a tingling sensation and really dry out your face. But don't worry, this is normal. Your skin is undergoing a transformation process, as the soap sucks out all the dirt & excess oils from your skin. After 3 weeks, your skin will be transformed and back to normal.

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