Liquid African Black soap derived from solid black soap bars sourced in Ghana. The black soap bars we source are made using tried, true and traditional methods (i.e. using plaintain leaves and or cocoa pods to react with a fatty acid) to create this a fantastic, natural cleanser…..literally better than anything you’ve ever felt on your skin.
We only add small amounts of coconut oil, black castor oil and cedarwood oil to our black soap in order to keep the liquid black soap stable. For example, you will notice that most black soap blends sold in the marketplace freeze into a solid mass and never comeback when exposed to cold weather. Ours does not do this.
Uses for our African Black Soap:
Use black soap as a stand-in for a harsh detergent-based shampoo. Give your head a break! Just mix black soap with water at a ratio of 1:4.
2. Mopping Solution
Use 2 or 3 tablespoons of black soap in a full bucket of water, and mop mop mop your floors to a sparkly new luster.
3. Dish Soap
By mixing our Black Soap 1:1 with water (preferably distilled water) you will get a dishwashing liquid that is very mild for the hands.
4. Soap Dispenser Refill
By mixing 1 part black soap to 3 parts water, you can refill most soap dispensers (even the foaming ones) with an effective cleanser.
5. Body Wash
You can use black soap as a gentle yet efficient bath soap/body wash. They actually sell black bar soap, but if you want to use the liquid just dilute it in a 2:1 ratio of black soap to water.
6. Dog Shampoo
What’s good enough for you is even better for your pet! Use the same ratio listed above for an awesome DIY doggie shampoo.
For an all natural, dye-free, sulfate and phthalate free mouthwash, mix black soap to water 1:2.
8. Veggie Wash
Make a simple veggie wash for cleansing all your produce. Add 1 tablespoon black soap to 2 cups of water, and keep the mixture in a squirt bottle near the kitchen sink.