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A Guide to Using African Black Soap

A Guide to Using African Black Soap

African Black Soap (ABS)  has been used for centuries as a natural soap with high nourishing and healing properties. However, even with its seniority in the skincare world, some still may find using the natural soap to be difficult. So to make it a bit easier, we’ve created this brief guide to show how to properly use African Black Soap History of African Black Soap Although here at KoKo Beauty Essentials, were form our African Black Soap into bars, the soap is naturally soft (almost like thick taffy) and can range in texture based on who made the batch of...


Avoid Dry Skin When Using African Black Soap

Avoid Dry Skin When Using African Black Soap

How to Use African Black Soap to Avoid Dry Skin African Black Soap has been used for centuries as a natural cleansing agent for the skin. The soap is usually made with a few ingredients, however, its naturally strong, and this can either be super beneficial and moisturizing to the skin for some or cause dryness for others. In this guide, we’ll discuss how to safely use African Black Soap. First Time Using Black Soap When first switching from your normal routine (previous soap), and including black soap in your daily/nightly skincare, you might notice your skin feels dry. You...


How to Store African Black Soap

How to Store African Black Soap

    African Black Soap is different from other bars of soaps that we traditionally purchase from the store. It’s made with all natural ingredients like Palm oil and Plaintain ash, then formed into bars or large mounds of soap before being sold.   African Black Soap is naturally “gooey” as it is heated up into a thick paste that is then cured into what we see as natural black soap bars. Because of this, storing Pure Black Soap Bars is a lot different than traditional soaps.   How to Store Your African Black Soap African Black Soap dissolves in water, which...


Cleaning Your Makeup Off With Oil

Cleaning Your Makeup Off With Oil
Learn how to easily remove pesky makeup from your skin using a common ingredient you most likely have in your house: oil! Simple and expensive, try this makeup removal hack.