The amazing Benefits of Black Soap for Natural Hair

The amazing Benefits of Black Soap for Natural Hair

African black soap is a traditional soap that is originally an all-natural soap produced in different countries in West Africa. But what benefits does black soap offer for your little one's natural curls, coils, and kinks? We discuss a few in today’s blog post!

Why is Black Soap Good for Hair?

What does African Black Soap do for your hair? The natural ingredients found in African black soap are responsible for the many benefits this soap offers. Our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo is designed to have a rich lather and cleanse the hair and scalp without stripping the hair of its natural oils. This gentle, all natural, African black soap shampoo is a great alternative to sulfate shampoos or castile soaps.

1.  Promotes Faster Hair Growth

African black soap contains high levels of vitamins A and E, which are great for the scalp. Vitamin E can reduce the amount of oxidative stress and free radicals, known to cause the hair follicles to break down.

On the other hand, vitamin A helps the skin glands to moisturize the scalp, keeping the hair healthy. These two nutrients promotes the growth of thicker and longer hair. 

2. Deep Cleanses the Scalp

African black soap is antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral making it a potent cleansing agent for your scalp. This soap is also an excellent remedy for hair loss and other conditions like eczema and itchy scalp. It is also thought to remove more bacteria than most cleansers, and despite its strength, the soap is gentle enough for your little one's hair and skin.  

3. Softens hair & Moisturizes the scalp

Our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo is formulated with certified organic slippery elm bark and tea tree oil, certain to soften your hair and soothe the scalp. 

How to use our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo:

1. Shake well before use. Rinse hair with warm water to remove excess oils then apply shampoo directly to the scalp.

2. Massage and gently scrub scalp. Avoid washing hair in a circular motion to avoid tangles and breakage.

3. Rinse Shampoo with warm water. Follow up with Avocado & Banana Deep Conditioner.

How have you used our Moisturizing Black Soap Shampoo for your child's natural hair? If so, how has their hair improved? Let us know in the comments!

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