You’re probably wondering what that is.Its an African Natural soap.A soap? For hair? Yes & body too.Before I start raving about this holy grail,let me calm the fears associated with searching for the perfect shampoo without sulphates, that won’t strip your hair and let’s see why I recommend it.
Name of product: Dudu Osun (Black Soap).
Manufacturers: Tropical Naturals.
Description: Brown in a bar form.For hair and body purposes.
p style=”text-align:left;”>Ingredients: Pure Honey,Shea butter,Osun(Camwood),Palm kernel oil,Cocoa pod ash,Palm bunch ash,Aloe vera,Lime juice,Water & Fragrance.
Claims: Cleanses,Nourishes, Protects,Refreshes your skin.
Other words: Dudu Osun is the age long African black soap made the traditional way by hand from pure natural ingredients and herbs from the tropical rain forest & savannah regions.
*No artificial colours
My dudu osun review:
Fact: I & my hair love it.My hair & skin loves the ingredients mentioned above(Shea butter,honey,palm kernel oil). It’s really made locally by hand here in Africa.
Firstly, I & my family use it as a daily bathing soap & also in cases of acne & eczema,so I trust it.
It doesn’t strip hair of its natural oils, instead it moisturizes my hair.It really lathers and for extra benefit,I leave it on my hair for about 3-5mins,it makes my hair soft.
It conditions and cleanses so sometimes i just apply my ORS hair mayonnaise as a leave in deep conditioner and i’m done.It’s very biodegradable too #savingtheplanetbygoinggreen.
It’s cheap and very available which comes in handy as a teen natural & student plus I know what’s in it.
As for the scent,it doesn’t
Smell like a fake tropical soap but I love the scent. Not too little,not too much.All the claims above works for me.I’m not gonna give it up.
Tip: If you prefer liquid shampoos,get a bowl of water & leave this soap there.It’s bio degradable, so it breaks down easily.When no soap is left,pour it in a squeeze bottle & use as usual.
Additional benefits: It’s very cheap,it’s even in stores abroad.The ingredients are known & trusted,no more search for the perfect shampoo without sulfphates.You can use it anytime and never worry about stripping your hair & browsing the ingredients on that new shampoo you saw.
Have you used dudu osun (African black soap before)? What were the results? If not, what is your best hair cleanser?