How to Make Liquid African Black Soap from an African Black Soap Bar?
African black soap has a unique color, texture and shape which fascinates many. People who have tried it rave about its remedial properties that can heal anything from eczema to blemishes to scalp issues.
African black soap is made from all natural ingredients such as coconut oil, palm kernel oil, cocoa pod powder, Shea butter, Shea tree bark, plantain skin, and palm tree leaves etc. The ingredients are sun-dried and roasted in a kettle at a constant temperature to ensure color, texture and smell remains intact. The entire process takes about two weeks or more to finish (cure).
African black soap has been used for centuries as shampoo because it can effectively eliminate stubborn oil and dirt from hair, skin, and scalp while leaving your hair soft and gentle texture. Since the soap is made of all natural ingredients, it is not only safe for your body, but it actually nurtures your body.
Liquid African black soap is the extension of traditional black soap. Liquid African Black soap is neither made nor shipped out of Africa. Liquid African black soap is made from African Black Soap Bar. Since African Black Soap Bar easily disintegrates in the presence of water, Liquid African black soap is much easier to use. There are many companies that are selling Liquid African black soap, but since it’s not in its natural brick form, you can’t be sure the soap has no chemical additives.
Method to prepare Liquid African black soap:
- African black soap bar
- Distilled water
- 1 tsp vitamin E oil
- Crumble soap into smaller chunks in a bottle.
- Boil distilled water and pour it into the bottle while it’s still hot.
- Add vitamin E oil which will provide moisturizing property.
- Shake the content and let it sit for few hours to allow the soap dissolve.
Preparing Liquid African black soap is easy and simple. You can prepare your very own Liquid African black soap with a bunch of African Black soap bar. You can add your own scent and oils to suit your skin care needs and preference.