Black soap for glowing skin and even skin tone
Everyone wants their skin to glow beautifully, and here’s how you can make black soap for even tone and also how you can mix black soap for lightening and glowing skin. However, before we delve deeply into this topic, you need to know that black soaps are the perfect soaps for those with a lot of melanin; i.e., the dark people. It helps your skin glow, and to also have a flawless touch attached to it. Now, what functions do black soaps actually play on your skin when you use them?
They hydrate your skin. A skin that lacks the necessary moisture cannot glow. Water is the secret behind every shiny skin you see out there. Lack of moisture also allows for the presence of ugly cracks and white lines along the surface of your skin. So, in all you do, you want to be sure that you keep your skin hydrated.
They battle with the various factors that give your skin infection problems. There are several skin infections like eczema, rashes, pimples, etc. And they are mostly caused by a block of your sweat pores when you sweat, or when the sebaceous glands in your skin secrete too much sebum.
Black soaps keep you cool and refreshed, throughout the day. Now, to achieve all of the things listed above, you can follow the recipe below on how to make black soap for even skin tone;
Black soap ingredients for even skin tone
- Shea Butter
- Banana peels
- Dried herbs
- Distilled water.
- Heatproof bowls
- Skimmer spoon.
How to make black soap for even skin tone
- Get the banana peels ready and then, turn them into ashes by burning them.
- Grind the ashes until they have a smooth texture and consistency.
- In a separate bowl, heat your water, but be careful to ensure that it doesn’t boil.
- Add in the powder to the fairly heated water, and then, stir it in. The degree of darkness of the resulting solution depends on the amount of powder you actually add. But then, yes, you can add as much as you want!
- In a separate bowl, melt your tabs of shea butter. But then, while melting it, ensure that it’s not something you do at high heat. Otherwise, all the goodies in it vanish.
- Mix the liquefied butter with the bowl where you previously mixed ashes and water.
- After adding in all of that, continue to heat the mixture with a heatproof bowl.
- Then, add in the essential oils or dried herbs, to increase the richness of the mix. You could try using tea tree oil here too. It helps to cure swellings along the surface of the skin. Dried herbs on the other hand are wonderful exfoliating agents.
- Pack up the mix in bits with a skimmer spoon, and then, pour it into already prepared molds.
- Store the molds in a cool and dry place for about two weeks so that they can cool down and solidify.
- Carve out the now solidified soap from the molds, after the two weeks and start using it!
Black soap for lightening and glowing skin
Black soap will also work best when you want your skin to look all lightened and bright. You also want to glow up? Here’s how you can mix black soap for a lightening effect and glowing skin.
Black soap ingredients for glowing skin and lightening skin
- Two tablespoons of turmeric powder.
- Two tablespoons of powdered milk.
- Two tablespoons of shea butter
- Two table spoons of granulated oatmeal.
- Five teaspoons of powdered orange peel
- Four tablespoons of honey—undiluted.
- One tablespoon of powdered sandalwood.
- One tablespoon of coconut oil.
- ½ tablespoon of powdered sulfur
- 50ml of fresh lemon juice.
- 500g of melted African black soap.
- Fairly warm rice water.
- Mortar and pestle.
- Measuring scales and a measuring spoon.
How to mix black soap for lightening and glowing skin
- Get your solid black soap ready, and then, cut it into bits.
- Place the bits in a bowl and then, place the bowl in an oven. This procedure will get the solid to melt.
- Get the bowl with the now heated black soap and then, add in rice water.
- Mix the two together with a spatula.
- Now, you can go on to add in the other ingredients listed above, while ensuring that you mix intermittently, for a proper consistency.
- Melt the shea butter in a separate bowl until it has a smooth consistency.
- If the mixture is too thick, you can add in rice water until you get your desired consistency.
- Pour the mixture into molds, and then, leave the molds for a couple days so that they can cool down and solidify.
Once you use the output of all these processes on your skin, you can be sure of a lightening and glowing skin!