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This all-natural face wash and mask combines real African black soap—made from the ashes of plaintain and cocoa pods and prized by women around the world for its abilities to battle blemishes and the signs of skin aging—with rejuvenating South African rose hips oil to leave your face clean and refreshed. The formula is 100 percent natural, fragrance free, and gentle enough for those with sensitive skin.
Smells absolutely horrible. I would never purchase. It's pretty gross1
I tried this product out this morning, even repeating the process according to the instructions. Didn't feel any tingling or really notice anything at all.. my face didn't even feel clean. What it did, however, was leave brown streaks on my white tub. >_<1
Tried using this product for a week of evening washes, couldn't even do that. My skin reacted horribly. Not for me!1
Smells terrible!!! Got through trying it twice. Not at all effective and seriously you can't get over the smell. NOTHING like roses... NOTHING.1
This product is not a good match for my dry skin. The smell, consistency and texture weren't appealing at all, either, but I may have been willing to overlook those attributes if it felt good to wash and wear. Unfortunately, I wasn't wowed by this product.1
Yuck! I love to wash my face. I usually love the samples I get, but this one was too gross! It was thick, slimy, black goo and the smell was horrid! I will not buy this....next!1
This cleanser was very drying and the fragrance was horrible.1
This smells like dirt. I couldnt imagine placing this on face...The product also looks like dirt1
I was excited to get this sample but after one use, I didn't want to use it again and threw it away. It smelled really gross and felt like runny molasses on my face. Not a fan.1
I found this item so terrible I threw it out after two uses. The smell and color were horrible and it stung my eyes terribly.1