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Oselab.jpg "Ose Dudu" African Black Soap

African Black Soap is a healthy organic cleanser for the face and skin. Our customers have found "Ose Dudu" to be a very effective treatment for clearing up acne, pimples and blemishes. African Black Soap also helps to restore your skin's natural PH balance. Restoration Skincare imports our African Black Soap directly from West Africa. Our "Ose Dudu" contains
virgin palm kernel oil,  pure shea butter, and plaintain leaves rich in vitamin A & E.  This product is 100% organic and has no additives, preservatives or fragrances.


Since the beginning of time, we have been trying to find ways to cleanse and beautify ourselves. The cosmetics industry is one of the biggest in the world with corporations trying to find new ways to produce 'the next big thing'. Today though, consumers are becoming more informed about exactly what they put on their skin.

African Black Soap traces its history back through many generations. The primary ingredients are virgin palm kernel oil and shea butter. These natural emollients both clean and smooth the skin. The plaintain leaves and bark in black soap make it particularly good for people suffering from eczema or acne as they are a rich source of vitamins A & E.

The best thing about African Black Soap is what it does not contain. Commercial soaps contain chemicals like Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Parabens. SLS  is a harsh detergent,  powerful de-greaser and foaming agent but it has also been linked to adverse skin reactions. Parabens are chemical preservatives that  are also widely used in beauty products. A small percentage of the population suffers an allergic reaction to Parabens.


$ 11.50    

What is Ose Dudu -
African Black Soap
made from?


Ose Dudu - African Black Soap
 originates in West Africa. Unlike commercial soaps which are made from synthetic chemicals, Ose Dudu is very moisturising to the skin. This is because it is made from virgin palm kernels which produce a heavy vegetable oil and pure African Shea Butter.

The basic recipe is centuries old, having been handed down over the generations. Ash, bark, cocoa pods and plaintain leaves are also used lending the characteristic color that gives the soap its name.