“Heritage African Black Soap, made from palm ash, tamarind extract, tar and plantain peel has been used in Africa for centuries to treat eczema, acne, oily skin, psoriasis, and other skin ailments.”
I stumbled upon this soap by Chris’ recommendation here. After buying and using my first bar I promptly ordered another 10.
Check out the ingredients list to get an idea of what you’ll be blessing your body with…
African Black Soap (Base), Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Plantain Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Vegetable Glycerin, Mineral Pigment, Vegetable Color, Essential Oil Blend
Using your 1 tablespoon measurement place 1 tablespoon of your Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay into your mixing bowl.
Proceed to add 1 tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar to your mixing bowl.
Spend several minutes mixing the healing clay and the apple cider vinegar together until a thick paste is formed (if yours is too runny add a bit more clay, if it’s too thick add a bit more apple cider vinegar).
Apply the mixture to your face using a vertical motion; the layer of the mask should be around about half an inch thick on your face.
Leave mask on for 10 – 20 minutes depending on the sensitivity of your skin – the mask will begin to tighten as it sets and your face will pulsate.
Wash mask off with hot water.
Repeat once per week.
Use African Nubian black soap when you shower daily.
Skin care doesn’t have to be expensive, complicated or time consuming. My skin care regime, like my life, is Spartan.
$15 and 15 minutes once a week is all it takes to improve the quality of your skin dramatically. If you’ve got acne I cannot recommend the Aztec Healing Clay enough.
Apply mask weekly.
Use Nubian soap daily.
Have you got any additional skin care tips or techniques? Let me know in the comments below!