Product Review: Dudu-Osun Black Soap

Growing up in Nigeria, I used to use this on my skin, but I never really heard of people using it as a shampoo till I came to the US.
So many people, especially naturalistas swear by this soap, so I was so thirsty to try it out. My brother recently took a trip to Nigeria, and I had him get me some and I gave it a try. Sadly I wish I could swear by it also, but I can’t. It dried out my hair big time! My hair hasn’t felt this dry in a while from just being washed, so I have to resort to using it on my skin, which isn’t bad, but I just really wish it made my hair feel good like I wanted it to.
  • All natural ingredients
  • Smells good
  • Foams well
  • Dried out my hair
  • Melts away easily if left on a wet surface


13 thoughts on “Product Review: Dudu-Osun Black Soap

  1. Cee Mac says:

    I used Shea Moisture African Black Soap. I believe it's a great cleanser and if you have horrible dry, itchy scalp or eczema or psoriasis, it helps to remove the muck & calm the scalp. Cleansers do strip the hair as shampoos with SLS do but the thing is Black Soap is natural as you mentioned. The conditioner I use (same line) is awesome cuz it restores the moisture. Again, if you have itchy, dry scalp you should definitely try. 🙂

  2. Nicoleta_B says:

    Wow! I have never saw black soap. Looks so cool, looks like is made from chocolate :)Gladly follow you. Hope u can follow me too if u want.Have a great week!

  3. Cassandra Too says:

    Great review but I don't think I can find this at where I live! :(Oh btw Freda, I would like to invite you to this new Bloggers Against Social Injustice network where fashion bloggers come together to make this world a better place.You can join in the fun by participating in events organized by the Bloggers Against Social Injustice committee & also at the same time spread the words of such good cause.Play your part & help those unheard voice be heard. You are just a click away! :)Website: http://bloggersagainstsocialinjustice.blogspot.comFacebook: Click here for our FacebookTwitter: Click here for our TwitterI hope to see you there! :)Cassandrabacktofive.blogspot.comBloggers Against Social Injustice

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