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The benefits of black soap I just love black soap, it really does work miracles on the skin. I remember using it a few years ago and have started back. I’ve not found a natural soap such as black soap. It’s high performance improve complexion and decrease aging of the skin. This soap goes back many years and works better than any laser or chemical method I must add. Black soap is 100% all natural, made with various oils and herbs. Some of the ingredients are as follows: Pure honey, Shea butter, Osun (Camwood), Palmkernel oil, Cocoa pod ash, Palm bunch ash, Glycerine, Aloe Vera, Lime juice and oil, Lemon juice and oil, and water. The ingredients in black soap are carefully guarded and were passed down through generation. Genuine black soap is normally all black and have a dark translucent effect. Due to the way black soap is made, the soap itself is slightly abrasive which makes for an awesome body scrub. The soap works wonders for those with face, back, shoulder acne

10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do 10 Sunday's Do Do explore something interesting – Do try new recipes – Do experiment with organic oils – Do relax with your favorite snacks – Do eat a cheessy pizza – Do have an organic Popsicle – Do add fresh fruit to your diet – Do share an idea – Do put Chia seeds on your yogurt – Do make a homemade burrito

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