julho 16, 2013

The African Black Soap for allergic people

The Authentic African Black Soap.
For now, I gave up on Control Maniac, and Bed Head. I've found something else to use on my hair, the Authentic African Black Soap. It's a shampoo, but also a hand soap, body wash, facial cleanser, shaving soap, "and more" - as they say on the label. At first it seems very practical for my trips. I'll carry one bottle instead all pots I've being using.

It's handmade, packing on Africa, with no parabens, no SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), no synthetic fragrance, also gluten free, and biodegradable. I love it! This is so natural that comes on a boat with a baby elephant from the rainforest directly to my living room. Yes, I love elephants, and I've decided to help Africa.

The association named ALAFFIA helps African communities build businesses for an equal genders life. They work creating and selling overseas products based in natural resources. It's generating profit, spreading out local and precious African traditions. This means I’m helping doing well to other people. You can see more products here.

The Fair for Life stamp means they're fair to negotiate, and the website has pretty photos.

Photo Fair for Life website.

Back to the soap: it's made from Shea butter, again, all natural*. The tree nut is very nutritive, and it has an ivory color. In Brazil we call it "karite". This time I'm not wrong trying to write karate. But I almost saw two giraffes fighting on the label, or making out, as you prefer. Don't you see the same??

lol, sorry guys.
What the hell those giraffes are doing there?
True is: this product is very good! It’s creamy, less foamy, and smells nice. Besides all these characteristics it's being created to alleviate the poverty in the West Africa. Not just sending them lots of money, but empowering people for making profit out of their work and tradition.

*The ingredients are: African Mint (Ocimum canum), Extract (Aqueous), African Black Soap (Saponified Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii) and Palm Kernel Oil (Elaeis quineensis)), Lauryl Glucoside (coconut), Peppermint Essential Oil.

Isabela: Brazilian, designer, works with automotive fabrics in the US. She did psychology college as well and had enjoyed a lot. She is living abroad for while, maybe because this she likes trends, cultures and behaviors.

All material on this CORN FREE session is intended for reference only and should not take place of medical advice from a license practitioner. Please use common sense, do your own research, and consult your physician when making decisions about your health.

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