Rose Hips Black Soap Deep-Pore Face Wash
100% Super Natural. Uncover clear, younger, fresher looking skin. Eliminate products touting activated charcoal. Use the REAL THING! This is it- the ORIGINAL wash that started the black soap/ mask craze. Rose Hips Black Soap Deep-Pore Face Wash is often copied, but none can compare. NO CHARCOAL! NO DYE! Discover why YouTube and FaceBook fans RAVE about Rose Hips Black Soap Deep-Pore Face Wash. The worldâs most effective, amazing face wash! Based on an ancient African formula, using REAL African black soap, this wash works like a micro-dermabrasion to get rid of dead skin, even skin tone, firm skin and fight acne. Look younger in minutes. Wild rose hips oil calms skin and works wonders on maturing skin. Scroll down to discover more.
Size 4 oz.
The Story - Behind the Product
This is one product that Tammie, Shea Terra Organics’ founder, will not leave the house without using. Roughly a decade ago one of her clients brought her authentic African soap from West Africa. Yes- authentic- and yes- black. She had heard of black soap throughout her childhood but was very wary about its actual effectiveness. Her client had traveled Africa extensively, collecting various skin care regimens and other indigenous African products. He claimed that African black soap got rid razor bumps, discoloration of the skin, and much more. Tammie was reluctant to try the black paste but eventually decided to give it a try. She was astonished by its results and continues to use the soap herself daily. Dealing with aging and hormonal fluctuations, Tammie can not imagine life without African Black Soap. The feedback she has received from her clientele over the years never ceases to amaze her. From teenagers plagued with acne, to aging men and women, to people looking to get rid of chemicals in their lifestyle, products made with authentic African black soap has changed the lives of many. But wait! What really is African black soap? There is a lot of misconception about what black soap is. This product is so effective that there are even companies racking up on millions of dollars selling fake black soap- neatly shaped, hard bars dyed black, or black dyed liquid soap. Black soap comes in a few shades, from very black to brown. The base of the soap- ashes of plaintain and cocoa pods, determines the final color. Lighter brown versions often use less of the ashes. Tammie sources her black soap from the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria who are believed to have been the original makers of this black soap. Believed to be descendants from Egypt, the Yorubans carried their knowledge of herbal medicine westward. They developed black soap to cleanse the skin from harmful parasites, etc. Today they still cook it up in traditional manner by first creating the ash and then cooking the ash with oils such as shea butter to form the final product. Tammie’s original Rose Hips Black Soap Deep Pore Facial Wash & Mask has changed little since its original inception. Rose Hips Black Soap Deep Pore Facial Wash & Mask begins with authentic African black soap combined with certified organic rose hips seed oil and crushed rose hips fruit. Rose hips oil is used for its cell regenerative properties, producing skin which is healthier as cells divide. Once applied to skin, the wash breaks down the sebum which holds on dead skin and debris like glue. Removing layers of skin, the face instantly looks years younger, firmer and has a healthy pink glow. *Our products are made with natural and organic ingredients to treat your hair and skin well. However, keep in mind that results may vary!
Contains only: spring water, Yoruban black soap (cocoa pod ash, plaintain peel ash, palm kernels, camwood bark), certified organic sunflower oil, certified organic coconut oil, potassium hydroxide (electrocuted salts- what makes oil into soap), certified organic rose hips oil, Kalahari mineral salts
It's Easy - How to Use
Apply small amount of Rose Hips Black Soap Wash to entire face. Allow to set for 5 minutes. Rinse off. Repeat. This time use the palms of your hands to work away the dead skin as you rinse the wash off.