Awaken your skin with Black soap!

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There are many products on the market that promise results especially when it comes to our skin. Some products even go as far as promising clear, vibrant skin after using it for the first time. As we all know, that is not true. It is a tactic companies use to generate revenue. There is no product that can give you overnight results; I don’t care how much it cost either. Consumers spend a lot of money everyday looking for the next big product. Instead of scoping the market in a beauty frenzy, why not take the time and do some research. Found out what works best for your skin. Are you aware we all have different skin types? Some products may work wonders for my skin but irritate others. So before you write another check on beauty aids, investigate your own skin.

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For example, Black Soap is a good choice for the skin especially if you are looking to clear up blemishes, dark spots, and stubborn ache. This old school skin agent has been around for ages and works well for the skin. It heals the skin from the inside out exposing beautiful, clear, and clean skin. Not to mention, Black soap is very affordable and easy to find. Check your local natural food store or beauty supply store for this hidden gem. African Black soap is made in West Africa from palm oil, palm kernel oil and water. The aroma and deep rich color results from the century old extracting process that blends the ingredients in the correct manner. Black soap is perfect for thinning fine lines, eczema, body odors, sensitive skin, and razor bumps. Its great for the whole body including your hair. Do you suffer from a dry scalp? Apply some black soap and it will provide comfort to your scalp.

Jarius Tommillson

On September 20, 1988, a boy was born and deemed to create his own path. He was taught to follow his heart, and never take no for an answer. My name is Jarius and I love everything about hair, make up, nails, fashion, shoes, and most essentially writing. Join me as we voyage to nirvana through the words I write.