Raw Shea Butter
Great for daily moisturizing (face and body)
Relieving dry skin
Moisturizing a dry scalp
Soothing minor rashes, including diaper rash
Healing blemishes and wrinkles
Can be used prior to shaving to minimize razor burn
Soften and heal cracking skin
Soften callouses on feet, especially heels
Prevent stretch marks from pregnancy
Healing minor burns
Treating mild to moderate eczema
Protect the skin (especially lips) from sun and wind
Smooth out skin tone
Prevent or minimize blemishes and scarring
Preventing bumps after shaving
Treating acne ( when used with African Black Soap)
Absorbs without blocking pores
Maintains and restores skin's natural elasticity
Brings shine luster to hair
African Black Soap
Black soap cleanses gently, so it’s ideal for people with rosacea, rashes, dryness and other skin conditions. Some African black soap contain a plantain extract, which has antibacterial properties that may help treat acne breakouts. Some people use the soap as a shampoo or mild makeup remover.
If you’re trying to cut back on the amount of toxins you put on your skin, Black soap gently cleanses impurities without the harmful chemicals. Few studies have been done on raw black soap, but available research has shown that black soap does have bacteria-fighting properties that help treat a number of skin conditions.
Some of the uses for black soap are: shampoo (be sure to follow it with your regular conditioner), makeup remover, acne breakouts, fade skin discoloration, dark spots and acne scars, reduce discomfort for psoriasis and eczema, and helps relieve skin rashes.
Sea Salt Scrubs
Using a body scrub regularly will help make your skin look more vibrant and youthful. Benefits of body scrubs through the removal of dead skin cells as a result of exfoliation with a mild body scrub extend to moisturizing as it allows for the easy absorption of a skin moisturizer into the healthy skin.