African Black Soap
African Black Soap - Amson Naturals
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap - Amson Naturals
African Black Soap - Amson Naturals
African Black Soap
African Black Soap
African Black Soap

African Black Soap

Regular price $18.99

The Amson Naturals African Black Soap consists of Shea butter, Cocoa pod ash, Plantain skin, Coconut oil, Palm kernel oil and Moringa oil.

100% Natural/Vegan, Pure and Chemical-free - contains no preservatives, colour enhancers, or fragrances.

Traditionally made by hand in Africa (Ghana), has organic soft shape with an earthy unscented smell.

Uses for the Body, Face, and Hair
African Black soap can help to clean acne-prone & oily skin, purify skin by removing dirt, deep clean pores, tighten, tone, and energize the skin.

Suitable for all skin types
African Black Soap is high in iron, vitamins A, E, and rich in Antioxidants. It Consists of Shea butter, Cocoa pod ash, Plantain skin, Coconut oil, Palm kernel oil and Moringa oil.

Perfect for everyday use
African Black Soap improves skin tone/texture by firming and toning skin. It can help pores look smaller, and sloughs off dead skin cells for younger and fresher looking skin. African Black Soap helps reduce signs (the visibility) of aging. Suitable for all skin types and can be used anywhere on the body from head to toe.


    The Amson Naturals African Black Soap consists of 35% Shea butter, Cocoa pod ash, Plantain skin, Coconut oil, Palm kernel oil and Moringa oil 100% natural/vegan, pure and chemical-free - contains no preservatives, color enhancers, or fragrances. Traditionally made by hand in Africa (Ghana), has organic soft shape with an earthy unscented smell. African Black Soap is high in iron, vitamins A, E, and rich in antioxidants.

    When using raw bar soap, work it up in your hands to make sure there are no whole particles of tree bark or pods in the bar (leftover charcoal from the the plantain skins that didn't quite burn down all the way) that can scratch or tear skin, instead of rubbing the soap on your skin directly use a rag, sponge, loofah, washcloth etc. It melts away when lathered with water.

    To prevent it from spoiling due to humidity, black soap must be stored in a sealed plastic bag or dry container.