Background: Cultivated after baby skin care research, with each ingredient already used on our owner Craig’s young infant son’s skin. Providing you with the comfort and guarantee that, if it’s good enough for infant skin care problems, it’s good enough for you or who your buying for.
Soap bars can be excellent at getting your beard & skin clean. They lather up well, allowing the soap and water to spread across the face and beard and attach to the dirt and oil, so they generally do a better job at removing dirt, old beard oil and any other impurities. However, because these organic ingredients are so good, they often remove too much oil from the beard, stripping away its moisture barrier and leading to dryness and brittle beard hair. This can also irritate sensitive skin and further aggravate certain preexisting skin conditions. So, if you prefer to stick to soap bars, many health experts recommend following up with a good beard oil or beard balm to add back that necessary moisture. Between the bars and the liquid soaps, it may simply boil down to preference.
How To Use: Lather up the soap, massage into the beard. Remember not to overwash it, as above, you run the risk of stripping away its moisture barrier and leading to dryness and brittle beard hair. Our African black beard soap is smooth and mild. As our soap is made from West African Ghanian ingredients traded to fairtrade standards, it enables producers to invest in improving their farms and local community services.