What is Liquid African Black Soap
It is an all natural soap that is sulfate and paraben free. Made from a combination of African black sop noodles and lauryl glucoside, which is a mild surfactant.
Benefits of Liquid African Black Soap on the Hair
African black soap helps to clear dandruff, soothes an itchy scalp, and clarifies the hair and scalp by removing product build-up. It is gentle enough for use on babies and the elderly, and you can use it regularly.
Benefits of African Black Soap on the skin
Thanks to its Shea butter content, it acts as a natural sunscreen with a very low SPF and provides help with eczema, psoriasis, acne, pimples, dark spots, and oily skin.
The soap paste comprises Aqua (water), African black soap paste, and lauryl glucoside as ingredients.
Black Soap, also referred to as African Black Soap, has a longstanding history of healing problematic skin.
It effectively evens out dark spots, treats eczema, eliminates razor bumps, and reduces blemishes.
What makes Nashe Organics liquid African Black Soap Special?
In Ghana, the soap production involves utilizing the ashes of locally harvested plants and barks. These include plantain, cocoa pods, palm tree leaves, and Shea tree bark. Water and various oils such as palm oil, coconut oil, palm kernel oil, Shea butter, and cocoa pod powder are also part of the production process.
Lauryl glucoside, a non-ionic surfactant belonging to the class of ingredients called “glucosides,” is formed by bonding the base group with sugar instead of sulfuric acid. It finds application as a foaming agent, conditioner, or emulsifier.
Reactions to African Black Soap
Reactions to African Black Soap are very rare, but it is good to be aware of them.
- If you have a latex allergy, you may experience latex fruit syndrome and have a reaction to the plantain ash in black soap, as well as palm and coconut oil.
- If you are allergic to chocolate or sensitive to caffeine, it’s important to note that the soap may contain a high concentration of cocoa pods (which contribute to the ash).
- If you develop a rash or experience contact dermatitis, you should stop using the soap and consult your dermatologist.
CAUTION: Our products do not intend to heal any medical condition and you should always consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.