When it comes to smelling good, I love to use scented soaps. Whenever I get the chance to try some new ones I do. The Nubian Heritage has some of the prettiest smelling raw shea butter collections. All of these are made of essential vitamins, skin and hair-nourishing ingredients. Including Vitamins A and B5, JoJoba oil and, of course, cocoa butter.
The unique formulas are infused with a special essential oil blend of Frankincense, Myrrh, Cardamom, Ginger and Black Pepper that adds an aromatic experience and skin-healing properties. Scented with enhanced with Soy Milk and essential Frankincense & Myrrh fragrance oils, this soap lives up to what you’ve come to expect from Nubian Heritage. Shea Butter in its purest form has the highest level of healing and rejuvenating properties. Soy milk and Vitamin E help to regenerate damaged tissue and promote quick healing of skin cells. Usage: Healing for all Skin Types, Sensitive Skin Natural Aroma: Spicy, Frankincense & Myrrh, Unisex.
As a holiday gift, we made a great basket using these soaps, my uncle loves receiving things like this, and he was so excited to get this. The soaps are so pretty smelling, and I have been using a couple and there’s no breakout I have sensitive skin and have to watch what I use. This was fine and left my skin so soft and smooth.
Raw Shea Butter Soap
with Soy Milk, Frankincense & Myrrh
Historical references to Shea Butter date back to the reported Shea Butter caravans of Cleopatra’s Egypt. Frankincense is known for its toning and anti-aging properties, and Myrrh’s use can be dated to an Ebers Papyrus recipe for a facial mask, circa 1580 B.C. Nutrient rich Soy Milk and Vitamin E help in keeping skin soft and supple.
African Black Soap
with Oats, Aloe & Vitamin E
Used on the continent of Africa for centuries to treat eczema, acne, oily and other skin ailments, Palm Ash, Tamarind Extract and Plantain Peel, are known to clean, clear and make skin healthier. The use of Shea Butter dates back to Ancient Egypt and is known to soften and moisturize skin.
Mango Butter Soap
with Shea & Cocoa Butters
The Fruit seed of the Mango tree, first cultivated on the Indian Subcontinent and in eastern Asia more than 4,000 years ago, yields an excellent moisturizer rich in natural Vitamin E, carotenoids and beneficial antioxidants. Mango Butter is known to restore flexibility, reduce degeneration of skin cells and protecting skin against long periods of exposure to sunlight and harsh irritants.
Honey & Black Seed Soap
with Apricot Oil
Black Seed Oil was reportedly used by Queen Nefertiti to maintain her exquisite complexion. Black Seed earned the Arabic approbation “habbatul barakah” the seed of blessing for its powerful curative properties in traditional medicine. Wild Honey has been used historically as a natural anti-septic in balms and salves to comfort and soothe skin, reduce redness and heal wounds.
We love all the soaps; my uncle has been using the Honey & Black Seed Soap on his legs where he had a rash, and they are looking really good. We want to get some more so that he has them.