African Black Soap just burst onto the scene a little while ago, and our lives shall never be the same. LOL. No, but seriously though. It is pretty awesome. I have to credit Naptural85 (YouTube Natural Hair Vlogger) for sharing the fact that it has awesome medicinal qualities that are quite diverse.
I use African Black Soap on my face to clear up my bumps. I am a grown woman; I refuse to say that I have acne. Just ridiculous. I didn’t have acne as a teenager; now that I’m grown it wants to pop up on my face?? What is that? Sigh, I think it has a lot to do with the hot Caribbean climate in which I reside. But hey, I’ll take that when I can go to the beach on my lunch break (small price to pay).
I wash my face with warm water to open my pores and then I use a circular motion to gently rub the substance on my face. I then wash my face again with warm water to remove the soap suds; and I follow that up with cold water to snap my pores shut. So far, it has been working. (Product–> Thumbs up)
I remembered that I saw Naptural85 using soap to wash her hair back in the day. I think it was some type of clay wash actually. I remember thinking it was a bit extreme, but hey she has mad hair bro! So it might be a good idea to take a hint or two from her hehe. I decided to wash my hair with the African Black Soap. I am so happy I decided to give this a try. It is my new shampoo! I like it because it lathers so easily. It leaves my hair extremely clean and surprisingly soft. Also, because it’s a soap it is super easy to use. I just section my hair and rub it on my scalp. Concentrating on my scalp, I massage my head to increase blood circulation. I would really suggest it. It’s worth a try. (Product–> Thumbs up)
Tip: It’s really nice when you find a product that is versatile and can be used for a variety of different things. African Black Soap just may be the new coconut oil! LOL