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Heal Oily/Acne-Prone skin

Posted by Andrea Erskine on

#1 Cleanse

The African Solution:

Neem Oil Advance Cleansing Soap

Natural Black Soap

When cleansing oily skin you need to be sure to have a very gentle cleanser. Many people who suffer from acne think that they have to wash their face several times a day with a harsh detergent cleanser. The opposite is actually true. Believe it or not, oily skin does need moisture, just the right kind. Both of these soaps contain all-natural ingredients, and no dyes, fragrances, or alcohol to irritate your skin. The West African Black Soap Paste has been raved about by hundreds of customers who have found relief from acne by using it, and the Lemongrass and Tea Tree soap is famous for its antibacterial, purifying properties that leave skin clear and refreshed.

#2 Moisturize

The African Solution:

Jojoba Oil

When it comes to choosing a moisturizer, be sure to look for one that has no alcohol, no dyes, and no fragrance. Those are the three most important things to remember. Jojoba oil has a structure that closely resembles your skins sebum, which actually causes your skin to stop over-producing sebum. Jojoba also assists in breaking down sebum in plugged-up pores. In short, jojoba oil helps to balance the skins sebum, while assisting to moisturize dry skin.

#3 Deep treatment

Take an extra step towards healing with the following remedies:

The Neem Solution: Neem oil helps to heal acne wounds, and acts as an antibacterial that prohibits future breakouts. Simply apply a few drops gently to the entire face to help control oily skin and replenish skins natural moisture. The Tea Tree Method: Tea tree oil is a wonderful antibacterial remedy for acne-prone or oily skin. It goes deep within your pores, clearing out excess dirt, sebum, or residue. Add a few drops to your daily cleanser or face wash for a simple way to control excess oil. You can also add a few drops to your bath water to heal body acne. You can also apply tea tree oil to pimples with a cotton swab to get rid of pimples. We recommend applying two to four times a day to get rid of pimples.

Alternate healing remedy: Mix brown sugar with warm water and rub into your skin. This will clear out pores and blackheads gradually.

West African Black Soap Paste

8 oz. M-S492 $7.90

Tea Tree Oil

M-263 $39.90

Lemongrass & Tea Tree Soap

5 oz. M-S309 $5.98

Jojoba Oil - 4 oz.

M-230 $29.90

Neem Oil - 4 oz.

M-316 $9.90

What is Neem Oil?

Neem oil comes from the Neem Tree

which grows in South Africa, India, and Burma. It is wild-crafted and coldpressed from carefully stored seeds. It has a garlic/nutty aroma. The medicinal properties of Neem oil have made it a popular choice in many African remedies for skin and health treatments. Neem oil is guaranteed to be free from any pesticides or harmful levels of any metals.


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