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Dudu Osun Black Soap, 6-Count, 150g
- Each soap weighs 150 Grams
- Specially formulated entirely from natural ingredients and herbs
- Restores damaged skin and is helpful in healing chronic eczema, acne, freckles and dark spots
- Bio-degradable soap with no preservatives, artificial colors
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Top Customer Reviews
I have always ordered online and I learned one very important lesson after my first order.... ask the vendor for the expiration date printed on the boxes. This is a natural product and my first order, which was non-refundable, was almost outdated when I received it. Now, that is the first thing that I ask the vendor.
I have never ordered from this vendor, so my recommendation is only for the soap itself. However, I did email them 4 days ago requesting information and I haven't heard back from them, so I today I ordered through another vendor, at a much much cheaper price.
Best soap you will ever use, I use it all over my body now. Best thing is you can get a good lather, I mean really soap up your wash cloth even when the bar is almost gone. Also if you forget to put on lotion you will NOT be all ashy at he end of the day. You skin feels so good after using this soap exactly how your skin should feel.
*The only bad thing I can think of is Do Not use White or light colored wash cloths they will get stained. Small price to pay, I now use all of my old wash cloths and keep the soap in a plastic soap dish in the shower. However does not stain tub, shower etc. rinses away clean.
One day I discovered that my sulfur soap was gone, and I had a bad breakout on my scalp. I decided to give the Dudu-Osun soap a try. How and why this soap may be effective requires some explanation, and I apologize if this seems a bit like lecturing.
Dudu-Osun soap contains different forms of wood ash, which in turn has a high percentage of calcium carbonate (used in agricultural lime) and potash (used in lye). Lye is a common soap ingredient. Lime is not so commonly used. Both are alkaline (high pH level). As such they can be caustic and corrosive although in small quantities this can be controlled. Dudu-Osun soap contains things like palm oil and shea butter which should help to reduce the burning that caustic substances can cause.
What does this mean for a soap meant to help with breakouts? Here is my own analysis, based on chemistry and personal experience:
1. Anti-bacterial action. Bacteria do not thrive well in alkaline environments. Dudu-Osun creates a highly alkaline environment which has a more highly disinfectant action than most soaps.
2. Skin irritation. Caustic alkaline soaps have a very high potential for skin irritation. The more sensitive your skin, the worse this will be. This is the downside of Dudu-Osun's disinfectant qualities. If left on the skin for even a minute, I can feel the burning for up to six hours later, and my skin sensitivity level is normal. If you use Dudu-Osun, wash it off immediately.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So glad I tried this, love it! Makes me skin so soft and is slowly fading my discoloration and acne scarring. Makes an amazing lather also. Great soap and great price.Published 7 hours ago by Dee
It's a really nice soap, I won't lie. It deeply cleans, clarifies, and deodorizes the entire body as naturally as you can imagine. Read morePublished 5 days ago by helluvagoodnews
I didn't notice an improvement in my skin from using this, but I suffer from problem skin anyways so I don't blame this product. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Crystal P.
A great, natural smelling soap that uses only natural ingredients. What's not to love? Easy 5 star, I use it daily as a body scrubPublished 13 days ago by Jacob Frey
BLACK SOAP LOVER! Some areas of the body may more sensitive than others.Published 13 days ago by Neysa Lewis