Getting Rid Of Acne With Alata Samina

Back in the days, I used to see a lot of youtube ladies talk about getting rid of acne with alata samina aka African Black soap. If you've read about how I've come to  use African Black Soap aka alata samina in my facial regimen,  then,  you'll have guessed that the number one factor for the switch is acne.
I have an occasional acne breakout, usually at that time of the  month and it can be severe. For the past few days that I've been diligent in cleansing with the black soap, I've seen an improvement in the texture of the skin. Aside that, the African black soap is an all natural soap therefore I'm not exposing myself to unnecessary chemicals.

From being rough to more smooth texture and more even skin. The alata samina I use is the market one. There are other already processed black soaps with added fragrances but I don't want to use them because I don't know how those additives will affect the skin.


So,  how has my acne been?  Minimal so far. It's been almost 2 weeks and I've seen only one bump which has since disappeared. I'm keeping with the facial scrub after cleansing which is a step most people skip. The scrub helps with  deeper cleansing and exfoliating beyond the surface so it's essential you do this if you want to see results. The same applies if you are using Forever Clair products.

The only thing I have to do now is change the facial scrub I use as it's not working the way I'd like it to. I'm looking at restocking the nuage facial scrub plus a tea tree scrub (Lord, give me a car so I can move about easily). I believe the alata samina combined with the nuage facial scrub will be a fantastic mixture.


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