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I have been using some skincare products from Nubian Heritage and wanted to share with you the items that I’ve used from the African Black Soap collection. Based in New York, Nubian Heritage proudly produces products created with Certified Organic and Fair-Trade Ingredients.
African Black Soap Mud Mask – (177ml / 6 oz)
Using natural ingredients like raw shea butter and black soap is something that I am very familiar with from childhood, amongst other West African elements. Firstly, I will say that this mask is really wonderful on my skin. The consistency looks thicker than it actually is; as it glides on your skin, it becomes thinner and much more translucent, although not entirely.
I was surprised by this mask and I really enjoyed it. It has become a regular in my wellness routine, one that I am currently using on a weekly basis. This mask is ideal for any person who needs a great detoxifying product to clear their skin whether it’s due to environmental allergies, or ocassional skin issues during the lovely monthly (menstrual cycle).
Facial Moisturizer Anti-Acne & Clarifying – (59ml / 2 oz)
Even though this was very moisturising (because I do love mango butter), I don’t have any acne, however, from the ingredients, it’s keenly suitable for blemish prone skin. The addition of aloe vera, oats and vitamin E helps to soothe and smooth the skin.
Exfoliant Spot Treatment – (15ml / .5 oz)
This is a wonderful spot treatment. It glides on with a gel-like consistency and you don’t need very much for each application. This will clear up blemishes and helps to prevent stubborn hormonal breakouts. This does have a bit of witch hazel and isopropyl alcohol but it’s not the main ingredient. I also think because it is a spot treatment, targeted toward blemish-prone skin types this may work well for you unless you have very dry skin. I found this formula to work wonderfully without irritating my sensitive skin.
Bar Soap – (141g / 5 oz)
Two must-haves would be the mud mask and the black soap. If you’re interested in using affordable skincare products with organic ingredients and rich African roots, then you will like this collection.
Have you tried these products? What do you think of Nubian Heritage?