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Beldi Black Soap

(1 customer review)

$15.00

Traditional Moroccan black soap is an indulgent part of the traditional Hammam ritual, and now it can elevate your beauty routine as well. This time-honored creamy soap made of saponified olive oil is naturally rich in Vitamin E, Creamy and ultimately luxurious.

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Description

What it is:
Traditional Moroccan black soap is an indulgent part of the traditional Hammam ritual, and now it can elevate your beauty routine as well. This time-honored creamy soap made of saponified olive oil is naturally rich in Vitamin E, Creamy and ultimately luxurious. It has the look and texture of rich, buttery caramel.

What it is does:
Soelle Beldi Argan Infused Black Soap is an incredibly lush formula for cleansing and nourishing the body. Heeding an ancient Moroccan recipe, Beldi soap is made by crushing pulp of freshly pressed olives to create a rich, velvety lather that cleanses away impurities while imparting soothing moisture. The olive pulp contains squalene, one of the most potent antioxidants available. Squalene protects the skin against free radical damage, thereby keeping it smooth, healthy and youthful-looking. Soelle Beauty’s unique formula is also infused with Argan Oil increasing the anti-oxidant power of this nourishing soap. The soap preps the skin by loosening dead skin to be swept away by the Soelle Beauty Exfoliating Kessa Mitt.

What it contains:
Saponified Olive Oil, Argan Oil

What it is DOES NOT contain:
– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Fragrances
– Synthetic Dyes
– Petrochemicals
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

Directions:
In your hot bath, shower or steam room, apply Argan Infused Black Soap to warm, wet skin. Apply to the entire body in a small circular motion. Leave on for at least five minutes and rinse. Follow with the Soelle Beauty Kessa Exfoliating Mitt and Argan Infused Body Oil.

Reviews (1)

1 review for Beldi Black Soap

  1. Tara

    Do you use the soap before you use the clay or after?

    • Saad RACHID

      The soap is typically used before the clay, to soften the skin and prepare for sloughing with the Kessa glove. The clay is used at the end after you have removed the dead skin with Kessa glove and then rinsed off.

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