PRLog - May 22, 2014 - TORONTO, Ontario -- Black Soap has amazing benefits for the skin and its all natural and is imported from Ghana Africa. Black Soap was recently featured on Dr Oz.
MudFarm Organix Black Soap
You can get the best quality Authentic Black Soap from Mudfarm Organix Natural Cosmetics.
If you are looking for the best quality Black Soap for the best prices then visit Mudfarm Organix. You can pick up or have it delivered locally in Toronto or order online for outside of Toronto.
Ordinary store-bought soaps can be too harsh or drying for your skin. African black soap is a gentle, all-natural alternative cleanser made only from plant materials. Proponents of African black soap say it does more than just keep you clean -- the suds are packed with skin-loving benefits, too.
Uses of African Black Soap
African black soap contains shea butter, which moisturizes skin but doesn't clog pores. Shea butter gives the soap some UV-protection properties, but not enough to replace your usual sunscreen. According to Organic Spa Magazine, the soap may fade skin discoloration and dark spots. The soap cleanses gently, so it's ideal for people with rosacea, rashes, dryness and other skin conditions. African black soap contains plantain extract, which has antibacterial properties that may help treat acne breakouts. Some people use the soap as a shampoo or mild makeup remover.
Black Soap, also known as African Black Soap (Anago Soap, Alata Simena,or Ose Dudu), has long been used to heal problem skin. Its good for thinning fine lines, evening out dark spots, eczema, razor bumps and eliminating blemishes. It is also used to lightly exfoliate and give you healthier looking skin. The soap can also be used on your body or hair or for oily skin, dry skin, skin rashes, scalp irritations, body odors and is good for sensitive skin. There are many other claims to the benefits of black soap, which may be proven/disproven by the user.
How the Soap is Made
African soap is traditionally made by harvesting and sun-drying palm leaves, cocoa pods and the bark from shea and plantain trees. This material is then roasted in a kettle at a constant temperature and mixed with oils, such as coconut and palm oil. The soap then cures for two weeks before it's ready to use.
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