Nikki’s Naturals Black Soap and Shea Body Mousse
Nikki’s Naturals Soft Black Soap and our Shea Butter Body Mousse are a perfect complement to one other.
The benefits of using Nikki’s Naturals Soft Black Soap
Protects Against Photo Aging
Antioxidants in black soap protect the skin from free radical damage, which is a cause of premature skin aging, wrinkles and facial lines.
Improves Skin Tone
Black soap firms and tones skin and improves skin texture, for more supple and glowing skin.
Fades Skin Discolorations
Black soap helps even out and fade brown spots and discolorations.
Reduces Inflammation and Skin Irritations
Black soap helps reduce inflammation and skin irritations. It is soothing on dry and irritated skin, relieving dry patches, rashes and red areas.
Helps to Heal Problem Skin
It eases the symptoms of skin conditions like acne. Users have said that black soap helps lessen, treat and clears acne, gets rid of blackheads, psoriasis and eczema.
Has Deep Cleansing Action
Black soap has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and is great for deep pore cleansing. It also is effective at removing makeup.
It Alleviates Razor Bumps
It is often used by men during shaving for deep cleansing and less irritation.
It's an Effective Exfoliate
The ashes in black soap provide exfoliating properties to remove dead skin cells and thereby improves fine lines, soften and rejuvenate rough skin.
The benefits of using Nikki’s Naturals Shea Butter Body Mousse
Skin and Hair Natural Ultra-Care
What makes Shea butter an extraordinary skin care and an amazing body healer is its richness in precious constituents, which include unsaturated fats with a large proportion of "unsaponifiables" components, essential fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamin E and D, provitamin A and allantoin. All these are natural and make Shea butter a superfood for your skin and hair. Listed are some of the benefits of Shea butter:
Reduces wrinkles - fine lines and scars repairing - Antioxidant - Anti-inflammatory Deeply moisturizing - Stimulating for the superficial microcirculation - Skin strengthening Skin protecting - UV protecting - Skin regenerating - Collagen production stimulating (makes the skin stronger, more supple and younger) - Minor cuts and burns healing Muscle ache healing - Physical endurance enhancer
The Body Healer Given its high content in anti-inflammatory and healing components, Shea butter helps the healing of skin disorders and problems like:
Eczema, - psoriasis - rash, - hives - insect bites - poisonous plants contact dermatitis - skin - cracks - burns - minor cuts
Different Types of Shea Butter, Different Qualities
Not all Shea butters are created equal when it comes to quality and efficiency. They come in different types depending on how they have been extracted from the nuts: refined or unrefined. You want to make sure that you get the unrefined organic Shea butter, here is why...
Refined Shea Butter
Refined Shea butter has been extracted with chemical process (with hexane mostly), which involves bleaching, deodorizing and overheating. All of these deeply altering chemical processes yield a white odorless Shea butter that has lost all of its deep moisturizing, anti-aging, protecting and healing properties.
Unrefined Shea butter
The raw Shea butter in its natural state has been extracted manually or mechanically. It has a mild nutty-smoky scent and a golden to light ivory color. The odor can be removed thanks to a mild steam treatment that doesn't degrade the Shea butter. The raw or deodorized Shea butter is what you want to use because it has retained all its precious skin moisturizing, anti-aging and healing properties.