Enchanted Waters have taken the age old tradition of African Black Soap making and made their own unique black soap blend; calling it African Fog.
I haven’t the foggiest idea why Enchanted Waters called their black soap African Fog but what I do know, is that African Black Soap originates from West Africa; Ghana for that fact. Ghana’s local dialect is Twi (Chwee) and their name for black soap is Alata Samina or Anago Samina.
Enchanted Waters African Fog is a soap you would want to have a bar of. It is completely natural and free of artificial scents, dyes, frothing compounds and preservatives.
Pure African Black Soap has been noted for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antiseptic and antiviral properties. So you see why African Fog would be beneficial for a broad range of skin complaints.
I’ve used Enchanted Waters black soap and it left my skin feeling clean and moisturized. I definitely would recommend African Fog for the whole family.
Natural Sisal Soap Bags/Sacks and Sisal Back Scrubbers
Get the best out of your soap by putting them inside Sisal Soap Bags/Sacks when cleansing yourself.
Just hang them up in the shower recess when finished; what an ideal way of keeping your soap from getting soggy as the Sisal sack allows the water to drain which helps it to dry well.
It’s very economical too as there’s no waste. Sisal Soap Sacks are great for exfoliating and are naturally resistant to mould and mildew.
I’ve tried both and I’m very pleased with them. The back scrubber was gentle on my back but very effective when it came to exfoliating.
These two natural sisal bathroom accessories are both available from Enchanted Waters.
Steve Harrington is offering a coupon code to further discount his products that he sells.
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Itchy/dry skin can be caused by our harsh environment to what we use on our skin. However, did you know that showering in chlorine can cause the same?
Using a good filter on your shower head will minimize the amount of chlorine you have been subjected to.
Wikipedia: Akan Language
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