Wet hands and soap. Rub bar together in hands until it starts to lather up. Apply lather to your damp beard, face or body. Rinse the soap bar after use and store on a dish that allows drainage. Soap is all natural and will get soft if it rests in a puddle of water.
Black soap, also known as Ose Dudu, Alata Samina or Anago soap is a natural source of Vitamins A & E, is 100% natural and vegan.
The raw soap and may contain tiny fragments of cocoa pod ash which can be rough against the skin, so it is best to lather bar in wet hands or on wash cloth instead of using the bar directly on the skin or hair.
A good way to increase longevity of the bar is to break off a small piece, and store the larger bar in plastic. A little bit goes a long way.
Black Soap’s naturally glycerin-rich content causes the soap to absorb moisture from the air. Soap left unused and exposed to moist air over time can develop a thin white film. It is NOT mold, but merely the result of the air-moisture absorption process, and will rinse off easily once used again.
Raw Black Soap
Also known as Raw African Black Soap, this special soap is great for cleansing your beard, face and body. It has a natural earthy scent and contains no added fragrance, preservatives or chemicals. Also beneficial to help relieve acne, oily skin and clear blemishes. Sourced from Ghana.
*Soap is all natural and though it looks edible and delicious, stick to external use.
SOFT BRISTLE BEARD BRUSH