Best DIY African Soap for Various Skin Issues

Do you have a stubborn skin, constantly breakout, have eczema, boils, pimples, and other skin blemishes? Would you like to have a flawless, radiating skin that your friends will envy? Then this African soap is for you.

Read on as I share the ultimate DIY recipe you’ll love.

Equipment for Making Your African Soap

  • Mortal and Pestle
  • A storage container
  • Measuring spoon
  • Kitchen scale
  • Double Boiler for shea butter
  • Mixing bowls

Ingredients for Your African Soap

Procedure for Making Your African Soap

  • Using your kitchen scale, measure your black soap and transfer it to your mortal.
  • Add your lemon juice. Pound slightly so that you don’t get a spill
  • Pound slightly and mix until you have a soft and almost fluffy (haha I don’t know if that’s the right word for soap) consistency
  • Melt your shea butter on a double boiler before adding it to your soap
  • Add the rest of the ingredients one at a time and pound till they incorporate
  • After, transfer your DIY African soap into your clean storage container.

Application of Your African Black Soap

  • Use twice daily – in the morning and at night
  • You can use it as your face mask if you have acne or pimples on your face.
  • Add your choice fragrance to it. I prefer you incorporate a tea tree oil (1 tsp is all you need for that). You can also use lavender essential oil for a nice, mind-calming experience.

Please Note

  • You may substitute coconut oil for any other natural oil
  • If you don’t see lemon juice, make do with lime juice. Yes, you’ll have to increase the quantity
  • Skip any ingredient you’re allergic to.

So that’s it on African soap for all skin issues. I hope you find this helpful. Don’t forget to come back for more updates. Do you have any question? Please leave them below. Thanks for reading.