African Black Soaps

African Black soap has traditionally been used in Ghana and Nigeria to treat acne,
oily skin and blemishes. This may be a result of the potash that gives the soap its black color.

Reduces Skin Irritation

Raw black soap is often used in shaving, to help fight eczema and psoriasis.
As with acne, different varieties of black soap may have varying effects on
skin impurities. However, the shea butter in the soap helps
African Black soap is an ancient cosmetic cleansing product from West Africa. 
It's made from the leaves of various plants and tree barks. Oils such as
shea butter, palm oil and cocoa butter are added, and the mixture is hand
blended by local women. The soap, also known as Ose Dudu, Alata and Anago,
can be used on the face, body and hair with many therapeutic benefits.