Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Shea Terra Organics African Black Soap

I'm 37, how can I still be having trouble with acne?!  My son is only a few years away from his own awkward teenage years, and here I am still fighting blemishes.  However, I probably shouldn't complain about it so much...it could be, as many older people have told me, part of the reason I still get carded so frequently...and not just from the the occasional bartender trying to inflate my ego.  So, rather than complain about my skin requiring me to check the oily box on beauty surveys, I'm going to control it...with the help of Shea Terra Organics 100% Pure African Black Soap.

Meet my new friends:  cocoa pod ash, plantain peel ash, locally produced palm kernel oil, and camwood bark.  These are the (only) ingredients of my new face wash.  Unconventional?  Yes.  Effective?  Absolutely.

Without question, the very best African Black Soap available is from Shea Terra Organics.  Their soap is 100% pure without any dyes or fragrances (yes, it smells like burnt ash...beware of those that don't!).  The ingredients are roasted in a clay oven and packaged in a glass jar.  Everything is authentic and nearly unchanged from oh so long ago when the Yoruban Tribe of Nigeria invented African Black Soap to sterilize skin, heal and prevent infections. 

To use this unique soap, I rub a pinch of the ash and a little water in my palms and then apply it to my face.  It rinses off clean and leaves my skin feeling renewed and clear.  I'm happy to report I haven't had a single blemish since I started using African Black Soap two weeks ago! Thanks to Shea Terra Organics African Black Soap, perhaps my son's (and daughters') future teenage years won't have to be quite as awkward. 

Visit sheaterraorganics.com to learn more about this unique product and to purchase.  A large jar sells for only $22 and will last you many months! 

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