Black soap goes by a number of different names including African black soap, Anago Soap, Alata Simena, Ose Dudu, Duchi, Alata Soap, and Anago Samina. Traditionally, black soap is made by ash from the leaves and bark of local plants. Shea tree bark, plantain, palm leaves, and cocoa pods are sun dried, then put in a kettle to be roasted. To ensure proper color, texture, and smell, the temperature must be kept even and constant. Palm oil, coconut oil, Shea butter, cocoa pod powder, other oils, and water are added. The mixture must then be stirred for at least a day, then set and cured for two weeks.
WHY BLACK SOAP?
Ashanti Naturals African Black Soap is a natural way to cleanse your skin. It provides the healing effect the nature gives you and improves the overall state of your skin. It helps to heal skin problems such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis, fades skin discolorations, relieves dry and irritated skin, and evens skin texture and tone. When used as a shaving cream on the face or legs it alleviates razor burn.
You can use the Ashanti Naturals African Black Soap just as you use any other regular soap.
It can be used on the entire body including the hair.