3 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1097777 on Jun 08, 2008
Nothing too special, I also believe they don't use the real black soap because they use caramel color.
Not as good as the Nubian Heritage's version ...
2 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by acumen on Aug 19, 2013
... of the liquid black soap, which is more expensive than this watery / diluted version - but for a reason (it's simply that much better and lasting). PS. Be sure to check my profile page for +180 reviews on iHerb products.
A little bit drying the skin
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2307900 on Sep 19, 2010
Smells o.k. (same as Dr. Woods Pure Black Soap with Shea Butter) But this soap is more drying. Will not buy again when it's finished. Instead I will buy the Dr. Woods Black Soap with Shea Butter.
Posted by Reviewer2924911 on Dec 13, 2010
I'm not sure if this soap is really as miraculous for me as it is for others. The smell is initially a little prohibitive; it has this weird, cheap perfume type of smell to it, and it does linger quite a while if you don't use something to cover it up. I personally use it as a facewash, followed by an apple cider vinegar toner and moisturizer. This seems to be a good combo, since the two smells tend to cancel each other out (before using this soap, the vinegar smell would linger and it was somewhat nauseating). It doesn't lather as well as commercial soaps, so if you're used to the idea of lather=clean, you may be a little disappointed. Overall, not something that's going to change your skin overnight, but it's cheap, mostly natural, and lasts for a VERY long time.
Big size, Reasonable Price!!
Posted by Reviewer1860210 on May 17, 2011
Besides that, I doubt it is all natural. Fragrance is not good enough, either. Once used it, i left them over. H/W, I believe it is probably good for somebody else but not me.