Why we love it?
Shea Terra Organics Rose Hips Black Soap works to remove dead skin, even-out skin tone and to help fight acne. Leaves skin looking firmer and healthy without stripping the skin essential oils.
Shea Terra Organics uses genuine African black soap combined with certified organic rose hip oil and crushed rose hips fruit.
Authentic African black liquid soap (made from the ashes of plantain and cocoa pods, not a dye or colourant) - Digs into pores for deep cleansing.
Certified Organic Rose Hips Oil – Trans-retinoic acid and essential fatty acids Omega-3, Omega-6 and linoleic acid help repair skin cells and replenish dry or mature skin.
How to use:
1. Use Shea Terra Organics Rose Hips Black Soap as a daily cleanser by applying to wet face and rinsing or;
2. Use as mask by applying to dry face (tingling is normal), let set for 5-10mins and rinse with warm water in circular motions working away dead skin - we recommend moisturing skin really well after. Follow with Shea Terra Organics Pure Moroccan Water Spritz , Shea Terra Organics Rose Hips Rose-plenishing facial crème or She Terra Organics Maracuja Plump face Creme
Spring water, Yoruban black soap (cocoa pod ash, plaintain peel ash, palm kernels, camwood bark), *sunflower oil, *coconut oil, potassium hydroxide (electrocuted salts that make oil into soap), *rose hips oil, Kalahari mineral salts. *Certified Organic Ingredients
Angelina Jolie is a fan of these ‘Amazing Products" - Shea Terra Organics Products are Fair Trade, Sustainable, cruelty-free and feature natural ingredients that are native to Africa. Shea Terra Organics vision is to share with the world natural skincare products that contain Africa's natural, indigenous and time-tested ingredients whilst creating economic sustainability for hard working families and helping to preserve their Africa's wildlife habitat.
Shea Terra Organics Founder, Tammie Umbel, set out to create potent natural products with the philanthropic purpose to preserve Africans' wildlife habitats and bring income and economic sustainability to hardworking families across Africa. She works closely with cooperatives, scientists, conservationists and non-profits to actively seek out ingredients little known outside of remote parts of Africa.