Loelle African Black Soap 250ml (Liquid) Hair & Body Wash

Loelle African Black Soap 250ml (Liquid) Hair & Body Wash

€ 18,95
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Description

Loelle's African black soap (liquid) is sourced directly from women's cooperatives in Ghana, where it is manufactured according to the traditional method. This mildly exfoliating soap has become known worldwide for its specially developed properties; to effectively alleviate and combat skin conditions such as acne, eczema and scarring. Its high content of minerals and antioxidants makes Loelle's African black soap one of the healthiest soaps on the market.

Loelle's African black soap suits all skin types and can be used on the entire body and even the hair.

NOTE! The pump is made of bamboo and the liquid soap can get stuck in the pump when it dries. It then helps to flush the pump to dissolve the soap.

Key Ingredients: Shea butter, cacao seed butter, Neem seed oil, Turmeric root powder.

Key Benefits: Mild cleansing

At a glance

Loelle's African black soap (liquid) is sourced directly from women's cooperatives in Ghana, where it is manufactured according to the traditional method. This mildly exfoliating soap has become known worldwide for its specially developed properties; to effectively alleviate and combat skin conditions such as acne, eczema and scarring. Its high content of minerals and antioxidants makes Loelle's African black soap one of the healthiest soaps on the market.

Loelle's African black soap suits all skin types and can be used on the entire body and even the hair.

NOTE! The pump is made of bamboo and the liquid soap can get stuck in the pump when it dries. It then helps to flush the pump to dissolve the soap.

Ideal for these Concerns:
Acne, scarring, eczema, dry skin

Ideal for these Skin Types:
All

Preferences:
Natural, organic , vegan

Application Area:
Hair, Face , Body

How to use it

Use on hair: Use instead of shampoo.  Lather a small amount on hands and apply to wet hair. Massage into scalp and rinse. You might want to use conditioner or vinegar rinse after to obtain softness and shine.

Use on skin: A little goes a long way. Use daily all over body and face. Rinse well and follow up with your preferred Loelle oil. Keep your Black Soap on a wooden soap dish to prevent it from disintegrate.

# Before use - store like this: Break or cut the soap into smaller pieces. Use only one piece at a time and store the remaining in a dry and dark place. African black soap absorbs light moisture and should therefore be kept dry to prevent the soap from dissolving / becoming porous.

# Cleaning: Wet your hands and lather up a foam with the soap. Then clean your face / body / hair with the lather you have obtained. African black soap is very concentrated and the lather is deep cleansing for both face, body and hair and naturally exfoliates the skin.

Tip! Use Loelle's Black Soap all over the body in conjunction with a shower to effectively remove dead skin cells, leave for a minute and then follow up with Loelle's Scrub Glove

Ingredients

Shea butterate* (shea butter), sodium cocoate* (saponified coconut oil), theobroma cacao* (cocoa) seed butter, carbo medicinalis vegetabilis* (ash from cocoa pod & plantain leaf), melia azadiracta* (neem) seed oil, baphia nitida* (cam wood) powder, curcuma longa* (turmeric) root powder, aloe barbadensis*, citrus aurantifolia* (lime) juice, maris sal (sea salt), aqua
*organic

Specifications

Number of items in package:
1

Number of pieces in package:
1

Alcohol free:
Yes

Anti wrinkle:
No

Dermatologically tested:
n/a

Exfoliating:
mildly

Gender:
All

Skin problem:
Eczema, acne, scarring, dry skin

Skin type:
All

Hydrating:
No

Hypo-allergenic:
No

Content:
250 ml

Content per dispenser:
250 ml

Weight:
141 g

With scrub:
No

Natural ingredients:
yes

Fragrance free:
Yes

Product language:
English

Leaflet language:
n/a

Substance:
liquid

Caring:
Yes

pH neutral:
No

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