Black Is The Colour

If you haven’t tried Black Soap you haven’t lived.  If you are one of those women or men who prefers products like Origins, Body Shop, and Garden Botanika to Revlon then you will absolutely appreciate the Black Soap made by the Akoma Cooperative.  Made from cocoa pods, virgin coconut oil, and Shea Butter, this Soap packs vitamin A, C, and D power.  Loaded with anti-aging anti-oxidants, Black Soap is an essential for stressed out skin of all skin types.  The Soap is made in the traditional way by Pusu-Namogo villagers in Ghana who have worked to form a community cooperative that benefits all within their community.

Black Soap’s original recipe came from the neighboring country of Nigeria who had for a long time used coconut, palm, and Shea Butter in their Soaps.  Workers from Ghana took this receipt back to their country and began to play with the formula.  The villagers found that the pods discarded from cocoa production could be used in the lye process and altered the recipe to create “Black” Soap, allowing them to further utilize the waste in a productive manner.  The Soap is now made from raw Shea Butter, virgin coconut oil and cocoa pods.  That’s it.  Plain, simple, and deliciously good for your skin.

Renowned across Africa for its various health and wellness benefits, organic Black Soap is one of the healthiest Soaps you can buy for the skin.  The purity of the ingredients themselves can be traced to their organic cultivation methods.  The undiluted nutrients in this simple Soap are loaded with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  The Soap both cleanses and moisturizes the skin with its nourishing balance of ingredients. Black Soap has a mild, fresh, natural scent and a wonderful creamy lather of fine bubbles, leaving the skin beautifully clean and refreshed.

Black Soap is also multifunctional.  The preparation and ingredients contained within the Soap creates a natural exfoliate that can be used to remove the dry skin cells which build up over time.  Unlike the Soap you buy in most stores, Black Soap cleanses without drying the skin out. Black Soap will foam into a rich lather with tiny bubbles that penetrate the skin, removing any dirt and oil to clog your pores. The lather cleanses while enriching the skin with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  Black Soap can also be used as a shampoo, as the ingredients contained with in have natural moisturizers.

The Black Soap made by the Pusu-Namogo villagers in the traditional method and is free from dyes, charcoal, artificial perfumes, and animal products.  It is a Fair Trade product and organic.  Buying this product from the Pusu-Namogo villagers enables the entire village to share in the task of producing a better life for their community.  Profits from the sales goes to: education for the children, healthcare, and training for both men and women.  For more information about Black Soap and the cooperative that creates this wonderful you can check out their web page at:

Keep well,