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How to Properly Use African Black Soap To Treat Fungal Infections

Raw African black soap is world renown for its healing properties and is one of the hottest soaps on the market. It is used for to treat a wide variety of skin conditions - from managing acne, to fading stretch marks and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. According to recent studies raw African Black soap can also be used to treat fungal infections.

A study published in the ARPN Journal of Science and Technology found that raw African black soap has antibiotic, antimicrobial and antifungal qualities. In fact, this soap is actually more effective than drug store cleansers. A second study found that raw African Black soap can be used effectively to inhibit the growth of seven different strains of fungus including the common Candida albicans yeast. It is safe to use raw African Black soap to treat infections like toenail fungus, athletes foot, ringworm and jock itch. 

To treat a fungal infection thoroughly massage raw African Black soap into the body and feet until it forms a rich, white lather. Rinse off with warm water.

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