African Black Soap
Black Soap is a traditional beauty product from Ghana with rejuvenating properties. It is know for curing acne and healing dry and cracked skin. Black soap is a deep pore cleansing soap crafted from natural ingredients using a process developed centuries ago.
These African black soap made from water, oils and potash handmade in Ghana by Nongtab Nangtaab women's cooperative. They make potash from cocoa pods husks and banana leaves and add coconut oil, palm kernel oil and shea butter.
Available in large bars (approximately 130-150 grams), and medium chunks (approximately 85g).
Ingredients: Potassium (cocoa bean husks, plantain leaves and coconut oil), water, palm kernel oil, shea butter.
Handmade in Ghana by Kongo Nagbok Nongtaab Shea Butter Production
LOCAL DELIVERY in Toronto
Order online and select "Ship/Deliver"
Shipping to Ontario and Quebec $15 (outside of GTA)
Shipping rest of Canada $25
Applicable to orders up to $175, before taxes, Canada wide.
Orders over $175 have FREE DELIVERY within the GTA.
Delivery schedule: Once orders are packed, they will be delivered within 2 business days. No deliveries during the weekends at this time.
*NOTE for CONDO and APARTMENT buildings, please leave a phone number where we can reach you when we are on our way. We will call you and leave the package outside your building, our team is not able to buildings. Please enter buzzer number when applicable and any indication that package can be left with concierge or at lobby.
GTA delivery area includes:
Toronto, Vaughan, Woodbridge, Ajax, Concord, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Markham, Brampton, Milton, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Scarborough.
Shipping to Ontario and Quebec $15
Free shipping on orders over $175, before taxes. Canada wide. Shipped by Canada Post Expedited Parcel.
HOW WE PACK IT
HOW WE PACK IT
We repurpose all packaging materials we receive for order shipments, including any cardboard boxes, paper, tissue, and corn-based packing peanuts. We use recyclable paper tape with water activated adhesive. Sometimes, plastic wrapping falls on our hands from certain vendors. We keep it for situations where a bit of bubble wrap will help better protect your product.
We encourage you to repurpose it and keep it going around :)