Feeds Healing Nutrients to the Scalp. African black soap is full of vitamins and minerals that your hair follicles can use to make thicker and longer hair.
Anti-aging. The antioxidants help to combat aging of the hair follicles. This can be particularly useful if you are middle-aged and experiencing thinning or slowed hair growth.
Defines Curl Pattern. African black soap has a high oil and glycerin content, making it the ideal cleanser for keeping your hair and scalp clean, yet moisturized.
Softens Hair. Naturals rave about the soap’s ability to soften and moisturize the hair. You’ll still need to use conditioner after you use the soap, but it doesn’t leave your hair hard and dry as many other synthetic shampoo do.
Cleanses the Scalp. African black soap is antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial. It effectively cleans your scalp, leaving the perfect environment for follicle cells to grow hair. It’s an excellent cleanser to use for hair loss and other conditions like eczema and itchy scalp.
Increases Hair Growth. African black soap promotes hair growth by increasing the blood circulation of the scalp.