Do you want to have a brighter, shinier, and healthier looking skin that people will always love to see? Are you eager to brighten your skin, removing the dull, old-looking skin that is unpleasing to the eyes? Then this Raw African Black Soap Recipe is what you need.
As you already know from my earlier posts, African Black Soap contains a lot of skin and hair enhancing properties that you can’t help to miss out from. Having black soap at home, you can use it to add volume to your hair, treat skin blemishes like acne and inflammation, black soap can help exfoliate your skin, and more (Read the extensive article about African Black Soap here).
But that’s that about the uses of African Black Soap for your skin and hair. In this short content, you’ll get to know the best way to DIY African Black Soap to brighten and remove skin blemishes. Read on to see the recipe and procedure.
DIY African Black Soap Equipment
- Mortal and Pestle
- Kitchen scale
- Measuring spoons
- Double Boiler
- Storage container
Raw African Black Soap Ingredients
- African Black Soap ————————————–500g
- Orange Powder——————————————-2 Tbsp
- Carrot Powder——————————————–2 Tbsp
- Kojic Dipalmitate —————————————-2 Tbsp
- Oat Powder———————————————–2 Tbsp
- Coconut Oil————————————————2 Tbsp
- Alpha Arbutin———————————————-2 Tbsp
- Sandalwood Powder————————————-2 Tbsp
- Turmeric Powder——————————————2 Tbsp
- Lemon Juice ————————————————3 Tbsp
- Milk Powder————————————————2 Tbsp
- Honey-——————————————————-4 Tbsp
- Shea Butter————————————————-2 Tbsp
Raw African Black Soap Procedure
- Grate your black soap
- Using a double boiler, melt your shea butter
- Pour your black soap into your mortal and pestle.
- Add orange peel, carrot powder, kojic dipalmitate, oat powder, arbutin powder, sandalwood powder, turmeric powder, and milk
- Using your pestle, incorporate the dry ingredients to your black soap
- Add your coconut oil, lemon juice, Honey, and shea butter to your dry ingredients
- Mix the ingredients gently until they all blend together
- After, transfer your Brightening DIY African Black Soap to your clean container
- Don’t add water at all. Adding water may reduce the shelf life of your soap
- Store your soap in an opaque container.
So that’s it about Raw African Black Soap for Skin Brightening. I hope you find this helpful. Please drop your comments below if you have any. Thanks so much for reading.