Wednesday, November 1, 2017

How to Make Liquid African Black Soap

Hey Everyone,

So, this week’s beauty post, I’m going to teach you how to make your own Daily Face Cleanser, with African Black Soap, Charcoal, and Vitamin E Oil.

Things Needed
  • 100% African Black Soap – Relieves acne, removes blemishes, cleans pores, and helps prevents rashes, itching, while leaving the skin feeling fresh and clean
  • Activated Charcoal -  has been used for many years to help cleanse the body of toxins, it acts like a magnet, by pulling out impurities in the body, so when you wash it off, the dirt comes with it.
  • Distilled Water
  • Vitamin E Oil-  helps treat burns, scars, helps prevents skin cancer, treats stretch marks, eczema, psoriasis, cold sores, moisturizes the skin, anti-aging, treats sunburn, cleans the skin, treats dark marks
  • Essential Oil (Optional) I like Tea Tree, Rosemary
  • Pump Bottle Container-  I make enough to last me for a month



How to Make
  1. Pour activated charcoal into the bottle, enough so that it covers the bottom of the bottle twice over (around a teaspoon)
  2. Crimple the soap into small pieces, and put into the bottle until ¾ filled
  3. add 4-7 drops of Vitamin E
  4. 3 drop Essential Oil (optional)
  5. Now fill the bottle with the water
  6. Shake well, and let sit for around 2-3 days, or until everything is liquefied 
Note: If you’re just wanting to make Liquid Black Soap follow steps 2, 5 and 6

How to Use

Daily Face Cleanser- apply to wet skin in circular up motion, and a downward motion on the neck, using a face cloth, and rinse afterward apply moisturizer.

Note: I have oily skin, so If you have dry skin, you may only want to use it two times a week, and not daily, as your skin will most likely become too dry.

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