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African Black Bar Soap by Nubian Heritage (5oz Bar)


Item #10067107
Relieves a Variety of Skin Problems


Our Price: $4.99 4.99
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Size: 5oz bar

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Product Description:

The Nubian Heritage African Black Soap combines the ancient medicinal properties of black soap with the hydrating properties of Shea Butter to balance problem skin. Thier traditional African Black Soap recipe contains palm ash, plantain peel extract, tamarind extract and papaya enzymes. This powerful combination has traditionally been used to treat eczema, acne, oily skin, psoriasis, and other skin ailments. In the apothecary tradition, Nubian Heritage updates African Black Soap with active botanical extracts and salicylic acid to more effectively treat acne, balance skin tone and improve skin texture. Daily use will result in clearer, healthier skin. The spicy, woodsy scent is just a bonus.

Product Details:

Ingredients: Shea Butter, Palm Ash, Plantain Peel Extract, Papaya Enzymes, Salicylic Acid

UPC: 764302106005


MPN: 277040

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About Nubian Heritage:

Richelieu Dennis and Nyema Tubman went from selling soaps on a Harlem sidewalk to operating a business including 4 retail stores and a state of the art manufacturing facility. A mixture of tenacity, determination and perseverance helped the two friends turn adversity into a profitable business. In 1991, a civil war in their homeland Liberia had destroyed most of the family's personal possessions. Dennis and Tubman immigrated to the United States but the situation was not much brighter as they found themselves suddenly unemployed. Dennis decided to use his years of helping his grandmother create soaps, to create premium products to under served and overlooked communities. Nubian Heritage purchases ingredients directly from cooperatives and indigenous farmers in Africa, helping to improve the standard of living for those suppliers.