Natural Black Soap
Natural black soap from Ghana is completely natural and completely hand-made, it is also the only soap most women in West Africa will use on their children. Gentle botanical ingredients and tropical honey make it perfect for sensitive skin while deeply cleansing and healing at the same time.
Here's what others have to say about the natural black soap:
"Review by denamcilwain - Rating: I love this soap. I have been using this soap on my face for five years. I do not have any breakouts as long as it has these ingredients. It leaves my face soft. It has a very clean aroma. A little pinch of this soap goes a long ways. I am very glad you have the one I have been searching for. I also like the availability of the small packages to offer to my customers." - denamcilwain
"This was my first time using this soap. I love it...I immediately noticed a difference and my skin feels sooo refreshed. All of my family is asking for it and even my 9 and 11 yr. old daughters love this over their normal body wash. Would also suggest the Du Du Osum African black soap as well, they are both great." - kheila
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IN HONOR OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH:
In 1863, Sergeant William Carney entered the military and became a member of the 54th Massachusetts Colored Infantry. In July of that same year, Carney found himself in the fierce Battle of Fort Wagner. After being wounded, Sergeant Carney saw that the color bearer had been shot down a few feet away. Carney summoned all his strength to retrieve the fallen colors and continued the charge. During the charge Carney was shot several more times, yet he kept the colors flying high. Once delivering the flag back to his regiment, he shouted "The Old Flag never touched the ground!" For this act Sergeant Carney became the first African American to receive the Medal of Honor.