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**Soaps that contain all-natural ingredients, with no additional detergents added, are considered “soap”, and are not required to have labels that contain the ingredients in descending order. These natural “soaps” are governed by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Melt and pour soaps that contain detergent ingredients that enhance the quality, performance, or clarity of the soap are considered to be cosmetic products, and must follow the FDA’s guidelines for proper cosmetic labeling**

  Glycerin


A humectant, meaning it attracts moisture to your skin. During the soap making process, glycerin is made as a natural by- product. Most of the commercial soaps you find in stores have had some of the glycerin removed. Melt and pour soaps such as Blaq Honey’s, have a higher percentage of glycerin, and thus is a lot more moisturizing to the skin than most store bought soaps.
 

African Black Soap

**Honey, shea butter, osun (camwood), palm kernal oil, cocoa pod ash, palm bunch ash, aloe vera, lime juice, water, fragrance

(fragrance is only in the bar sizes, 10lb. block is not fragranced.)**

 

Goat’s Milk Base

1. Has alpha-hydroxy acids that soften the skin by breaking down the glue that holds dead skin cells together.

2. Has the closest PH level to our skin. This helps protect our skin from invading bacteria and chemicals.

3. Loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins like vitamin C, B1, B6, B12, and E.

4. Goat milk soap is less allergenic than synthetically loaded commercial soaps and detergents.

5.Vegetable based oils added

6. Unlike other soap bases, our base contains NO Triethanolamine

•7. Natural glycerin content

••8. Good foaming• 

9. Excellent moisturizing from the natural glycerin content which provides a pleasant skin feel

••10. pH 7.5 – 8.5

 

Shea Butter

1. Dry skin

2. skin rash

3. Skin peeling, after tanning

4. Blemishes and wrinkles

5. Itching skin

6. Sunburn

7. Shaving cream for a smooth silky shave.

8. Small skin wounds

9. Skin cracks

10. Tough or rough skin (on feet)

11. Cold weather

12. Frost bites

13. Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy

14. Insect bites

15. Healthy skin

16. Muscle fatigue, aches and tension

17. For before and after strenuous exercise

18. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak

19. Eczema

20. Dermatitis

21. Skin damage from heat (hot grease while cooking, radiation treatment for certain medical problems, etc

DISCLAIMER: The information provided here or elsewhere on this site is not intended to constitute professional medical advice for treatment. We encourage you to consult your personal physician with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.