Cocoa Butter & Chocolate Bar Soap

Nubian Heritage

$ 5.98
Regular price $ 5.98

A sinfully sweet cleansing experience. Enjoy sexy, soft skin with this tempting new Ivorian cocoa butter soap. Made with a delicious blend of cocoa butter, shea butter, milk chocolate, and hazelnuts. Cocoa and shea butters work to moisturize your skin, while milk chocolate enhances the sensory experience and shredded hazelnuts exfoliate dead skin. You will feel fresh and renewed after one try of this tempting new soap.

Usage Instructions: Apply to washcloth or hands, create rich lather and cleanse. Rinse well. Follow with your favorite Nubian Heritage body lotion or infused butter. Avoid contact with eyes.

Ingredients: Ivorian Cocoa Seed Butter, Shea Butter, Coconut and/or Palm Oil, Avocado Seed Butter, Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E, Hazelnut Oil, Milk Chocolate, Hazelnuts, Mineral Pigment or Vegetable Color

 

A sinfully sweet cleansing experience. Enjoy sexy, soft skin with this tempting new Ivorian cocoa butter soap. Made with a delicious blend of cocoa butter, shea butter, milk chocolate, and hazelnuts. Cocoa and shea butters work to moisturize your skin, while milk chocolate enhances the sensory experience and shredded hazelnuts exfoliate dead skin. You will feel fresh and renewed after one try of this tempting new soap.

Usage Instructions: Apply to washcloth or hands, create rich lather and cleanse. Rinse well. Follow with your favorite Nubian Heritage body lotion or infused butter. Avoid contact with eyes.

Ingredients: Ivorian Cocoa Seed Butter, Shea Butter, Coconut and/or Palm Oil, Avocado Seed Butter, Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E, Hazelnut Oil, Milk Chocolate, Hazelnuts, Mineral Pigment or Vegetable Color

 

Nubian Heritage

Nubian Heritage’s co-founders Richelieu Dennis, Nyema Tubman, and Mary Dennis created a brand that had a humble beginning over 20 years ago on the streets of Harlem. After graduating from renowned business school Babson College in 1991, Richelieu and Nyema were unable to return to their home country of Liberia due to civil war. Fresh out college and without jobs, the childhood friends partnered with Richelieu’s mother, Mary, to bring the healing traditions of African Black Soap and Shea Bu... read more