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DIY African Black Soap

DIY African Black Soap

A Complete Guide on Making African Black Soap By Yourself To Achieve Healthy Skin and Cure Skin Disease

by Kate Scott
Publication Date: 24/08/2019
This book contains 3 recipes on how to make your own African black soap, how to make Bar soap, and how to make your own liquid African black soap.African Black Soap is one of nature's best kept secrets and now you can learn how to make your own. This amazing soap contains more health and skin benefits than most of the products on the market today. Made from plantain skins and cocoa-pod powder, It is a natural source of vitamin A, E and iron When African black soap is in its raw form and used as part of your daily beauty regime, you will soon discover that... * African black soap can protect your skin from free radical damage (aging, wrinkles, and facial lines) as it contains antioxidants * Because it contains ashes, African lack soap makes a wonderful exfoliant. It will help remove dry dead skin and will soften and rejuvenate rough skin. * If inflammation and skin irritations are an issue for you, African black soap will sooth irritated skin, helping to relieve dry patches, rashes and red areas. * People who have used African black soap to help with acne have noticed it clears skin, erases blackheads and even helps with psoriasis and eczema. * It will help to firms and tones your skin and improve your skin texture. You will notice a more supple and glowing skin. * African black will help to alleviate brown spots and discolorations. * African black soap has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties which will help with deep skin cleansing. * African black soap is not just for the ladies. Many men use it for shaving as it contains Shea butter content, which helps protect the skin. * It is considered a support program for African countries. Since they hardly do any export to the world and this product is a major boost up in economic and traditional values of those member countries. * It is extremely beneficial in controlling oily skin when Shea butter is added. Shea butter acts as a supreme agent in controlling oily skin. Users have often mentioned that after applying this soap, their skin develops a healthy glow. * It has no harsh chemicals in the ingredients which results in your skin being gentle soft and clear. And don't forget the "feel good" factor. Your skin will feel delicious after having a shower or bath with it. * It helps in prevent premature facial lines as it contains vitamins A and E. Vitamin A and E help to moisturize the skin and make it feel fresh. The ingredients also help in moisturizing dry scalps and avoid itchiness. * Using African black soap as a hair product also results in managing dandruff problems. * African black soap has also been seen to cure ring worm, measles, skin rashes and body odors. Get this book today so you can make your own African black soap & liquid African black soap and and you will soon start to notice just how wonderful your skin can feel.
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Kate Scott

Kate Scott was born in London of American parents. She has lived in Hong Kong, Paris, Scotland and two tiny villages in France, but now lives in Dorset with her husband and two children. Kate's poems have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and her short fiction on Radio 4 Extra.

Her first published children's novel was Boy in Tights which developed into the three-book series, Spies in Disguise. Kate leads poetry workshops for children in conjunction with Tor Theatre and runs creative writing sessions with bookshops and schools across the UK.

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