Price: 1000 Naira
Size: Tub of about 500g
Ingredients: Raw African black soap, honey, carrier oils, essential oils, vitamin C & ❤️
Product Claim: African Black Soap is suitable for any skin type and can be used daily. It improves skin tone, clears ski n irritations, has a deep cleansing action and is an effective exfoliant.
I bought the Hairffiliation African Black Soap on a whim at the last Socialiga event I attended. I haven’t had a pleasant experience with black soap in the past especially when I used Dudu Osun because it was so drying. After reading good reviews of black soap recently, I always just had it at the back of my mind to give it another try, so naturally when I came across this, I went ahead and bought it.
This soap lathers really well and does a great job of cleansing without totally stripping, I started using it as a substitute for shampoo and my regular bathing soap and my hair/skin thank me for it.
The packaging could be prettier and the storage container stronger but asides that, the main product does a really good job. I love that it is cost efficient, contains all natural ingredients and works well for both hair and skin.
Would I repurchase? Yes.
The owner of Hairffiliation brand was gracious enough to sponsor a giveaway and I’m actually so jealous because I haven’t tried any these other products and judging from my black soap experience, I’m sure they’re pretty good. As usual, no long, tedious process, just follow the steps below and you might be the lucky winner of:
- 1 Hairfilliation Body Butter
- 1 Hairfilliation Shea Mix
- 1 Hairfilliation Body Scrub
- 1 Hairfilliation Shampoo
- 1 Hairfilliation Scented Liquid Black Soap
- Post the image below on your Instagram and state why you deserve to win.
- Use the hashtags; #NappyhairedGiveaway and #Hairffiliation
- Follow Hairfilliation and AlexNnamaka on Instagram.
P.S: This giveaway is open to Nigerian residents only and would end on the 7th of September, a winner would be announced on the 8th of September. Goodluck!
Have you used black soap for your hair/skin? How was the experience?