I’ve Been Carded! Black Facial Soap

I've Been Carded! Black Facial Soap

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I’ve Been Carded! Black Facial Soap


I’ve Been Carded! Black Facial Soap by Desired Diva is an amazing facial cleaner made with African black soap, shea butter, African coffee, and fragrance.  It’s a natural-smelling soap that leaves your facial feeling soft, smooth, and clean.

Black African soap is loaded with the antioxidants Vitamin A and Vitamin E that protect your skin from free radical damage.  Those same free radicals contribute to the early aging of your skin with fine lines and wrinkles.  It also helps to even out your skin tone.  

Shea butter helps to soften and smooth your skin and to reverse scarring on your skin.  Not only does African coffee exfoliate your skin, but the in coffee cleans and nourishes your skin.  Caffeine increases the circulation in your face, which helps to improve skin tone.  

I like to use the black facial soap once a day, because is does exfoliate and over-exfoliation may dry out some skin.  It can be used with a wash cloth or applied with your hands, whichever method you prefer.  It washes out of your wash cloth and doesn’t discolor it. 

I love that the shea butter moisturized my skin without making it feel oily or slick.  Once my face is exfoliated, the shea butter soothes it and makes it so soft and smooth.  I think that it would work well for any skin type. One jar will last you quite a while as you don’t need to use much. 

I recommend I’ve Been Carded! Black Facial Soap for all of your facial skin care.  Get yourself some today!


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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

2 thoughts on “I’ve Been Carded! Black Facial Soap

  1. I would love to try this. African Black Soap definitely helps keep my skin hydrated, but I have never tried this brand.

  2. I keep reading about how wonderful African black soap is and I have been wanting to try it. This does look terrific.

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