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Want to Learn how to make an African Black Liquid Soap for wrinkles and dark spots? Then try this

There are many great benefits to using African Black Soap. It can help with skin problems like acne, eczema, oily skin, and it can also help with wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots.

Best of all, African Black Soap is 100% all natural! There are no harmful byproducts in African Black Soap and it is free of parabens and sulfate.

African Black Soap Liquid Soap Recipe

Castor Oil -1 table spoon

Coconut Oil - 2 table spoon

Avocado Oil -1 table spoon

Safflower Oil -1table spoon

Olive Oil -2 table spoon

Lavender oil- 1table spoon

 Tea tree oil - 1 table spoon

Rosemary oil 1table spoon

easuring spoons

(2) Glass bowls or containers

Cheese cloth

Strainer

Scissors

Funnel

Knife

Pot

(3) Plastic Bottles or Glass Bottles

1 big raw African Black Soap 

A cup of water Water for Dilutions

 Boil a cups of water.

Cut the African black soap in pieces. This helps the solid soap to melt quicker. 

Pour boiling water over the 3-5 shaved pieces of African Black Soap in a glass bowl and cover until the soap melts (if you want the soap to lather more, add more soap).

Cut a strip of cheesecloth and fold into a square. Place in a strainer and place the strainer within a bowl. Pour the liquid soap onto the cheesecloth to catch the coarse ingredients that were used to make the soap.

Add your 1 tablespoon (about 10 drops) of essential oils to it. Or any carrier oil of your choice.

Stir the jar to dissolve

let it sit for a few hours. I prefer to make mine sit for 24 hours.

The next day i go ahead a seave it. I do this to separate the little particles from the black soap.

At this point, you are all done. Go ahead and transfer it into a bottle.

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