Authentic African Black Soap-Eucalyptus Tea Tree (32oz.)
Alaffia’s Authentic African Black Soap is made from a centuries-old recipe of handcrafted shea butter and West African palm oil†. Black soap is known by its Yoruba name, Ossé Dudu. Dudu means “black,” which comes from extensive cooking of the soap to the point of charcoal. Many cultures in West Africa use charcoal to detoxify and purify the skin.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
Face Cleanser: Gently massage over skin. Rinse clean and pat dry. Follow with the Alaffia face cream of your choice.
Body Wash: Apply generously, working into a rich lather. Rinse thoroughly.
Shaving Soap: Apply and lather evenly with wet hands. Shave and rinse.
Be Creative: Tell us how you use it.
For external use only.
Ingredients: Azadirachta indica (Neem) Leaf* Aqueous Extract, Lauryl Glucoside, Saponified Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter* and Elaeis guineensis (Palm Kernel) Oil*†, Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus) Oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil.
*Fair for Life Fair Trade certified ingredient
Posted by Adenike on Nov 27th 2016
I LOVVVVEEE this soap!!! I use it to wash my natural hair and my daughter uses it too. It gives you that clean feeling without stripping your hair of its natural moisture. My daughter has psoriasis and this works wonderfully for her. The 32 oz size lasted about 5 months between the two of us. I'm ordering more now. Going to try the vanilla scented one as well. This has definitely become a staple product for me and my family :)
Posted by Cazembe on Jan 18th 2016
I love the product, it feels good on my skin and the smell is soothing. Though, it does not lather and create soap suds as much as I want and I have to use more than expected to get the desired result when washing my hair. Still a great product
A Little Goes a Long Way
Posted by Unknown on Nov 11th 2015
I love this soap. It make a nice fragrance as I wash my hands. I bought the hand pump back in early spring and just had to buy the re-fill. My late daddy always said: "You get what you paid for...."