10 Things You Should Know Before Using The Dudu Osun Soap

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These days there is a certain craze for black soaps. This is because a lot of times, the skin starts to act up, other times, it is because people have a misconception that black soap will bleach them. This article is about the Dudu Osun black soap and 10 things you should expect when using it.

 

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1. The Dudu Osun Soap is not going to bleach your skin

I honestly don’t know where this misconception about black soaps bleaching the skin came from. But I can tell you for a fact that it would not bleach your skin. It however, deeply cleanses your skin and can help you even out your skin tone.

2. Dudu Osun is a good exfoliator

This soap helps you exfoliate your skin and remove dead cells due to its deep cleansing ability.

3. It is not for dry skin

Please, unless you have a good moisturizer, if your skin is dry, don’t use it. It would only make it worse and soon, your skin would start to peel.

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4. Fragrance

It has really nice flowery fragrance and you are sure to smell like good after using it.

5. It is anti-ageing

Dudu Osun soap has kernel oil and neck extract to help you fight wrinkles. African soap fights skin aging. Black soap has kernel oil and neem extract to fight wrinkles and fine lines.

6. Lather

It lathers so well. I think the lathering is one of its great selling point because you can even use it to wash off your make up. Just be sure to use a moisturizer on your face after using it to wash your make up off.

7. It is not pricey

It is very affordable and goes for less than a dollar.

8. Totally natural ingredients

If you are looking for something organic and natural for your skin, then this is it. The main ingredients of this soap are palm leaves, dried plantain skins, cocoa powder, kernel oil, and Shea tree bark.

9. Hair Shampoo

A lot of naturalistas swear that Dudu Osun black soap helps wash the hair without any breakages like the regular soaps. Also, the fact that it lathers very well, and has only natural ingredients is one reason people use it to wash their hair. So if you are looking for an alternative for washing your hair, you may want to consider Dudu Osun soap.

10. Moisturize after using it

Whether you have dry skin or not, you need to moisturize after using this soap. If you have dry skin however, you MUST moisturize. If you do not moisturize, your skin would itch for a number of minutes after using and very soon, depending on your skin type, your skin may start to peel.

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