Dudu Osun Black Soap is crafted entirely from natural ingredients and herbs, many handpicked in Africa this soap will have you feeling refreshed and silky smooth. Dudu Osun restores damaged skin and is helpful in healing chronic eczema, acne, freckles, and dark spots. Scented with osun (camwood extract), citrus juices, and native honey. With aloe vera and natural vitamins.
- Naturally Cleansing Skin
- Helps relieve acne, oily skin & other skin problems.
- Great For Any Skin Type
- Benefits against premature facial lines
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Pure honey, Shea butter, Osun (Camwood), Palm kernel Oil, Cocoa pod ash, palm bunch ash, Aloe Vera, Lime Juice, Lemon Juice, Water and Fragrance.
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So how does it work: Dudu Osun – Dudu Osun items are crafted in West Africa shipping said items is costly. In addition the products are shipped to the United States in a particular way to protect the quality and effectiveness of the wholesome ingredients, this form of shipping can be expensive and greatly effects the pricing of the products. With that all being said we can still provide you better pricing by the quantity you order
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More About African Black Soap
Wholesome ingredients such as dried plantain skins, palm leaves, and cocoa powder just to name a few are gently hand blended to perfection with healing Shea butter in a delicate process used traditionally for hundreds of years in West Africa, the results are an amazingly effective all natural beauty product without even a drop of chemicals. No artificial colors. No preservatives. No harsh chemicals.
Black soap also referred to as Anago Soap or Ose Dudu is a natural source of vitamins A & E and iron. The delicate natural formula makes black soap perfect for hands, face, body, and even hair care. A large majority of the black soap available is produce in Ghana and Nigeria, however other regions also have additional versions with specific recipes (formulations) varying on the region.