Alaffia Authentic African Black Soap Unscented
Alaffia''s Authentic African Black Soap is made from a centuries-old recipe of handcrafted shea butter and West African palm oil.
Black soap is known by its Yoruba name, Osse Dudu. Dudu means "black," which comes from extensive cooking of the soap to the point of charcoal. Many cultures in West Africa use charcoal to detoxify and purity the skin.
Beauty • Equality • Empowerment
Alaffia pays fair wages, empowers mothers and families, and utilizes sustainable wildcrafted ingredients. Funds from product sales help conduct the following empowerment projects in Togo, West Africa:
Reforestation 57,575 Trees Planted
School Supplies 32,842 Student Recipients
Bicycles For Education 7,482 Bikes Distributed
Maternal Care 4,463 Births Funded
Eyeglasses 24,927 Eyeglasses Distributed
School Construction 10 Schools Built As of 1/19/2017
The Eban symbol is from West Africa. It represents protection, security & love.
Alaffia /ah-la-fee-uh/ noun. A common greeting or valediction originating from Togo, Benin, and Nigeria. Alaffia means a state of peace, health, and well-being.