The Wonders of African Black Soap and Shea Butter when Combined!


Good afternoon everyone! Did you know about the wonders of African black soap and Shea butter when combined? It is the perfect remedy for those seeking a natural way  to remove stretchmarks, uneven skin tone, wrinkles and old scars. I’ve been using Dudu Osun African Black Soap and Shea butter for 3 years and it really has made a beautiful difference on my tummies overall tone and appearance! I’ve attached some informative links to help give you the origin to these products as well as more info on it.


What is African Black soap?

For those wondering what African Black soap is,

click this link- What is African Black Soap?

click here to read my post on: 3 ways to naturally reduce stretchmarks


African Black Soap


To combine the use and get max results, I shower with the Dudu Osun African black soap and then moisturize my skin with raw African Shea butter.

What is raw Shea Butter?

Click here- What is Shea Butter?



The best part about Shea Butter is it can be used as a moisturizer for dry hair and works great for twist outs. Rich in Vitamin E for smooth satin skin like famous

Amber Rose,


who is West African, mentions that raw African Shea Butter is her families favorite moisturizer. She puts it in the microwave then applies it all over like an oil, which doesn’t sound like a bad idea… Read the interview about it here!

Still need more info??…then keep on reading!

Lee Williams posted this useful and informative video on how African Black soap and Shea Butter work for her, thumbs up!

By combining African Black Soap and Shea butter, you get a powerful yet natural combination to reduce those scars, wrinkles, and it even helps to heal eczema as well, which runs in my family.


Quick helpful tips for proper care and use of products!

*You can melt Shea butter in your hands (melts super easy) or the microwave. BEWARE your heat settings, keep it low to be safe.

*Keep African Black Soap in a case or a dry spot in your bathroom (makes the bathroom smell really good) and make sure it isn’t left in water or it will turn into mucky water instead.

*Shea butter can get a little greasy but goes on smoothly, a little goes a long way!

*Don’t apply the Shea butter till after your shower, and pat dry so it can work easily through the damp skin.


To wrap it up…

The Wonders of African Black Soap and Shea Butter when Combined can be amazing if you stick to a routine of doing it every day, find a schedule that works best for you. You will see results and you will be able to see old scars slowly fade away. Any questions or comments write Linda below, thank you!

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