A grateful heart is a beginning of greatness. It is an expression of humility. It is a foundation for the development of such virtues as prayer, faith, courage, contentment, happiness, love, and well-being. James E. Faust.
Hello dear, welcome back to my blog. This post on Dudu Osun Black Soap is long over due, I was meant to post it last week but then life happened so it couldn’t go up earlier.
Let’s get to the gist of the day. Back in secondary school, precisely Junior secondary school, I had this dark beautiful friend that used Dudu Osun soap and she tried so hard to convince me to try the soap. I didn’t agree. Why? You may ask, the answer is too funny. I had this stupid belief that because the soap is black, I would turn black as in as dark as my friend. Funny right?
Dudu Osun is one soap I know that has stood ages and time. Some months ago, while looking through Cassie Davies’s blog, I came across her post on Dudu Osun and it unlocked my Curious self. I started looking for blog posts and YouTube videos on this soap. After my curious self was satisfied, I decided to try out this soap to see what’s it’s really all about.
DESCRIPTION: it is an African black soap made traditionally from pure natural herbs
with no artificial colors and preservatives. It is also biodegradable.
INGREDIENTS: pure honey, shea butter, cam wood (Osun), palm kernel oil, aloe Vera, lime Juice, water, fragrance, cocoa pod ash, palm bunch ash.
PACKAGING: the soap is packaged first in a plastic cover and then placed in a carton as can be seen below.
SIZE: 150g, I also read that there are smaller ones.
TARGET POPULATION: Up to 5 different blog that I read kept on raving about how it’s for only people with acne, but personally I feel it’s a soap for all. Just make sure you moisturise especially if you have dry skin.
WARNING!: Do not allow this soap’s foam to enter your eyes mistakenly or otherwise.
ALTERNATIVE: Zee Black Soap.
I’m not really a fan of Zee Black Soap’s fragrance, plus the Zee Black Soap is not “Black” 😂. My review on this soap is cooking and will be up soon.
OTHER BLOGGERS’ OPINIONS:
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DISCLAIMER: This post is not sponsored and all the opinions and views are totally mine.