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Accept no others - Cleopatra’s Choice African Black Soap is the original. Fair Trade and hand pressed by the women of a small Ghana village, it is free of chemicals, preservatives and artificial fragrances. The women of Ghana have put their trust in African Black Soap for centuries to relieve the acne and blemishes caused by oily skin. It is also known to aid skin irritations such as Eczema and Psoriasis. African Black Soap has a natural, earthy scent and naturally promotes soft, clear, beautiful skin. Also used as an all around cleanser, it works great as a make-up remover, general bathing cleanser and can even be used to wash your hair.
The active ingredients in African Black Soap include virgin palm kernel oil and Potash. Potash is made from the ashes of Plantain leaves. Plantains are a member of the banana family known for being a rich source of iron and vitamins A and E.
In addition to being used for acne, Eczema and Psoriasis, Black Soap has traditionally been used to treat rashes, dandruff, dry itchy scalps, body odor and ringworm. This natural remedy is recommended for the young and old alike and eases fine lines while leaving your skin clear, clean, smooth and supple.
Naturally glycerin rich, African Black Soak is very soft and should not be exposed to excess water. Store in a cool, dry place or in a sealed polythene bag to prevent absorption of moisture from the air.
Our unique, quality controlled four step production process results in a traditional, high quality African Black Soap that produces a thick luxurious lather that will leave your skin soft and moisturized.
By following the guidelines of Fair Trade, the manufacturer of our African Black Soap pays much higher prices for their products. This helps to provide the women who work to produce the soap with interest free loans and credit. In addition, they are also able to take advantage of training in quality control, packing and labeling.
By buying our Fair Trade African Black Soap, you are helping to support programs that enable the Tamale and Wa women in the northern region of Ghana to live and work with a greater sense of dignity. This program also gives them the much needed resources they need to invest in their families, community and environment.