Introducing The African Black Soap Foot Scrub. A nod towards the women of Africa. Where in Togo, black soap is the only soap used by mothers to wash their newborn babies. Honey bush is made from the honey-scented flowers, leaves, and stems of the Cyclopia plant, an indigenous plant that grows in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. The traditional way of making Black Soap in Africa is cooking the leaves of the plant and the bark until they turn to ash. The ash is then added to water, that is filtered to get rid of unwanted particles. The resulting water is combined with oils and butters and other ingredients to make the soap. No lye! other herbs are added to this wonderful treatment to help exfoliate the skin, and use to soften blemished dry skin
Igredients: Distilled water; African Black Soap (Saponified Unrefined Shea (Butyrospermum parkii) Butter and Unrefined Palm Kernel (Elaeis guineensis) Oil).Organic Cane Sugar, Dead sea salt, Organic honeybush, Organic red rooibos, Organic vanilla beans, Organic brown rice, Vanilla chai, Organic ground coffee beans, Pumic powder, Organic Olive oil, grape seed oil, tangerine butter, Organic orange essential oil,Vitamin E
To use: Dispense an amount of foot scrub equivalent to the size of a quarter. Rub it between your palms until they are well covered. With the fingers of both hands, make circular motions to massage the foot scrub over your entire foot. Start with your toes. Move to the sole of your foot. Work the ball, arch and heel. Cover the top of your foot. Progress to your shin and calf. Wash off scrub or wipe off with washcloth. Your feet will thank you.
*This can also be used as a body scrub
**Careful getting out of bath or shower oils are slippery & your body will thank you!