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Benefits of Baobab
African Black Soap
  1.  Protects Against Premature Aging

        Antioxidants in black soap protect the skin from free radical damage, which is a cause of premature skin aging, wrinkles, and facial lines.

2. Improves Skin Tone

Black soap firms and tones skin and improves skin texture, for more supple and glowing skin.

3. Fades Skin Discolorations

Black soap helps even out and fade brown spots and discolorations.

4. Reduces Inflammation and Skin Irritations

Black soap helps reduce inflammation and skin irritations. It is soothing on dry and irritated skin, relieving dry patches, rashes, and red areas.

5. Helps to Heal Problem Skin

It eases the symptoms of skin conditions like acne. Users have said that black soap helps lessen, treat, and clear acne, and gets rid of blackheads, psoriasis, and eczema.

6. Has Deep Cleansing Action

Black soap has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties and is great for deep pore cleansing. It also is effective at removing makeup because of the oils and butter.

7. It Alleviates Razor Bumps

Men often use it during shaving because of the high shea butter content, which protects the skin.

8. It's an Effective Exfoliant

The ashes in black soap provide exfoliating properties to remove dead skin cells and thereby improve fine lines, soften and rejuvenate rough skin. ack soap cleanses gently, so it’s ideal for people with Rosacea, rashes, dryness, and other skin conditions. It is great for removing makeup and as a shampoo. It reduces acne breakouts and fades skin discoloration and dark spots. If you’re trying to cut back on the amount of toxins you put on.


Benefits of Cocoa Butter
  1. Whether you realize it or not, you’ve probably eaten cocoa butter many times in your life — plus smeared it onto your skin. Cocoa butter (sometimes called Theobroma oil) is a natural, meltable oil extracted the cocoa bean. It’s the fat source used to make chocolate, even healthy chocolate, responsible for giving it its alluring, melt-in-your-mouth, silky feel.


  3. Plus, just like other skin-loving sources of healthy fatty acids — such as raw shea butter or coconut oil — cocoa butter is great for naturally healing dry, sensitive skin. Real cocoa butter is completely edible like ours (and has a faint taste and smell similar to dark chocolate), plus it’s also used very often in skin lotions, lip glosses, chap sticks and other beauty ointments. Cocoa beans are a high-antioxidant food, since they contains a significant amount of polyphenol and flavonoid antioxidants. In fact, cocoa beans themselves have been shown to be one of the greatest suppliers of polyphenols in our diets. Some of these antioxidants remain in cocoa butter even after it’s separated from the beans’ solids, which means it’s beneficial for improving immunity, lowering inflammation and improving heart health — all despite the fact it is a once-feared saturated fat.

Benefits of Moringa

To date, over 1,300 studies, articles and reports have focused on moringa benefits and this plant’s healing abilities that are important in parts of the world that are especially susceptible to disease outbreak and nutritional deficiencies. Research shows that just about every part of the moringa plant can be utilized in some way, whether it’s to make a potent antioxidant tea or produce an oily substance that lubricates and nourishes the skin. Throughout the world, moringa is used for treating such widespread conditions as:


• inflammation-related diseases • cancer • diabetes • anemia • arthritis and other joint pain, such as rheumatism • allergies and asthma • constipation, stomach pains and and diarrhea • epilepsy • stomach and intestinal ulcers or spasms • chronic headaches • heart problems, including high blood pressure • kidney stones • fluid retention • thyroid disorders • low sex drive • bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections


Moringa is an excellent source of protein, vitamin A, potassium, calcium and vitamin C. Gram for gram, moringa contains:

Two times the amount of protein of yogurt, four times the amount of vitamin A as carrots, three times the amount of potassium as bananas, four times the amount of calcium as cows’ milk, seven times the amount of vitamin C as oranges.


Moringa is known by over 100 names in different languages around the world. This easy-to-grow tropical plant species, native to the Himalayan mountains and parts of India and Africa, comes packed with over 90 protective compounds, including isothiocyanates, flavonoids and phenolic acids. Moringa has gained a reputation for fighting inflammation and combating various effects of malnutrition and aging, earning the nickname “the miracle plant.”

Here are the top six proven moringa benefits to show that nickname is well-deserved.


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  1. The baobab (Pronounced Bey - Oh - Bab) tree is an icon of the African Savannah, a symbol of life and positivity in a landscape where little else can thrive. Growing wild in 32 countries across the continent, it is at the heart of many traditional remedies and folklore and can have a lifespan of up to 5000 years.

  2. The baobab is a prehistoric species that predates both mankind and the splitting of the continents over 200 million years ago. Native to the African Savannah where the climate is arid, the Baobab has adapted to its environment. It is a succulent which means that during the rainy season, it absorbs and stores water in its vast trunk, enabling it to produce a nutrient-dense fruit in the dry.  This is how it became known as "The Tree of Life".

  3. Baobab trees can grow for up to 5,000 years.  They can reach up to 30 meters high and up to a huge 50 me in circumference.  Baobab trees can provide shelter, food, and water for animals and humans, which is why many Savannah communities have made their homes near Baobab trees.  


  5. Baobab Fruit Pulp

  6. While many people know the baobab tree, not many people know that it has a fruit - and even less know that this fruit is one of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world.

  7. In fact, every part of the baobab tree is valuable - the bark can be turned into rope and clothing, the seeds can be used to make cosmetic oils, the leaves are edible and can store water and the fruit pulp is extraordinarily rich in nutrients. Women in Africa have turned to the baobab fruit as a natural source of health and beauty for centuries. 

  8. Baobab is the only fruit in the world to dry naturally on the branch. This means the fruit simply needs to be harvested, deseeded and sieved to produce a 100% natural fruit pulp powder.

  9. Baobab powder is deliciously sweet and citrusy - ideal for boosting smoothies, drinks, breakfast and any dish. 

  10. Baobab is an extremely rich source of vitamin C. It is almost 50% fiber and has the highest antioxidant content of any fruit. The benefits of baobab include: 

  11. Energy release

  12. Immune function

  13. Digestive health

  14. Healthy, younger-looking skin

  15. It is also almost 50% fiber (half soluble and half insoluble) and contains more antioxidants than any other whole fruit. 

  16. As it is a natural source of these nutrients, it is more bioavailable than manufactured vitamin supplements, meaning our bodies can absorb the nutrients more easily, ensuring a greater uptake. 

  17. The human body can not make its own vitamin C (unlike other animals), so we need to make sure we get a good supply from the foods we eat every day. 

  18. A single serving of Baobab Powder (10g or 2-3 teaspoons) provides:  33% of your daily Vitamin C requirement (NRV)

  19. Vitamin C is essential to the effective functioning of our bodies for a number of reasons. It contributes to normal:

  20. 1. Collagen formation supporting healthy skin, teeth, gums, cartilage, bones and blood vessels

  21. 2.Energy release, energy-yielding metabolism and reduction of tiredness and fatigue

  22. 3. Immune function

  23. 4. Functioning of the nervous system and psychological function

  24. 5. Protection of cells from oxidative stress

  25. 6. Absorption of iron vitamin C actually increases your body's absorption of iron, which is why vitamin C-rich baobab and iron-rich moringa work so well together

  26.  Baobab is almost 50% fiber. There are two types of fiber that your body needs: soluble and insoluble - and baobab contains equal quantities of both. The soluble fiber in baobab helps slow down the release of sugar into the blood stream, reducing energy spikes.  

  27. Fiber can help maintain a healthy digestive system including bowel regularity and can be helpful for weight management as it helps you feel fuller for longer.  

  28. According to The Journal of Nutrition, Baobab has the highest antioxidant content of any fruit. 

  29. Baobab powder has twice the antioxidants gram per gram of goji berries and more than blueberries and pomegranates combined.

  30. Antioxidants are essential for protecting, repairing and preventing cell damage. Antioxidants are essential for supporting the ageing process of the skin - particularly over the long-term. They counteract oxidative stress and the effects of free radicals . Free radicals are unstable molecules that damage collagen causing skin dryness, fine lines, wrinkles and premature ageing.

  31. Baobab is packed with antioxidants and vitamin C which supports collagen formation (see above) - helping give you radiant glowing skin.

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