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Aleppo soap with black cumin oil - hit or putty?

I have complained about aleppo so many times, and I haven't told you the details of my treatment with this soap.

Over aleppo was so much delight that I was tempted to this product - promises of a beautiful, smooth face, without any imperfections ... unfortunately in my case there were only promises ...

The first soap I tested was a soap from M., and more precisely a piece, because aleppo is so cool that it can be divided into pieces (it greatly facilitates use) and is very efficient.
My soap costs around PLN 15, stationary. Unfortunately I have not seen it anywhere, but you will definitely find them in online stores and on allegro.
The composition is in 100% natural - Olea Europaea Oil (olive oil), Laurus Nobilis (bay oil), Aqua, Nigella Sativa (black cumin oil) and Sodium Hydroxide (sodium hydroxide).
As you can see the composition is short and very transparent. It would seem ideal. But are you sure?
Black cumin oil is especially recommended for acne, but also for all types of skin allergies. I am the owner of this and that, I also decided that it is worth a try.
The soap itself has a specific color - slightly yellow on the outside, green on the inside. The smell in my opinion is very nice, but I like such strange smells of cosmetics, which is why it may not suit everyone.
The first weeks of use passed under the sign of deterioration of the skin condition. I used the soap with tap water, filtered, boiled ... all the time the effect of deterioration was unfortunately maintained.
With aleppo I have withstood 2 months. At that time, my face looked terrible. Even in the greatest period of my fight against acne, I didn't have such a thing in my mouth. In fact, after each washing my face, I had a new surprise. When my face turned into a massacre, i.e. pimple on pimple, I said "enough!"
Ever since I put the aleppo on my face, my skin has improved day by day - pimples began to disappear, and the next ones popped up in the same way as before using aleppo.
Judging by what happened to me, my face is really at least unique. And aleppo and mineral powders that are praised into the heavens make me worse. Initially, I thought that my skin was cleansing and that is why it was such an effect, but after two months it would be normal for the normal person to see an improvement. I'm worse and worse all the time ...
Currently, I use aleppo once a week for body washing, where it works very well, although I still have the impression that it dries my skin a bit (and it was supposed to work the opposite way !!!!), anyway if I have an allergy attack and my skin starts to itch, in the shower I reach for aleppo. After washing, the skin is soothed and allergic fires are extinguished.
For me, aleppo when it comes to caring for mouths, it has completely failed, but my allergic skin on the body is grateful to him for soothing effects.


  1. Avatar Aleppo 30 December 2014 / 13: 01

    Perhaps there was an allergic reaction - the skin on the face is more sensitive and prone to it. That is why for some people, "artificial" cosmetics work better than natural ones that have more allergens.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 30 December 2014 / 20: 49

      As I wrote in the note, it was definitely an allergic reaction. My face probably just doesn't like soaps, cetaphil works better.

  2. Avatar Anonymous 19 January 2014 / 11: 18

    Hello, do you use cream after black cumin soap? Because I don't and I feel that I have scales on my skin (as if I'm peeling). Since it moisturizes, there is probably no need to use cream. But I have a feeling that it dries and I have such ugly pimples. I don't know if this is just a temporary side effect and over time the production of sebum will even out? Should I also use creams? Besides, I use soap of this type http://naturaeco.pl/product_info.php?cPath=11_34&products_id=446 . Have any of you used this soap? What are your impressions
    I couldn't stand it because my skin was itchy, besides, I got some gray and red, I have a lot more pimples. I used a special cream for dry skin. I read so much admiration about soap with black cumin oil, but I see that it is not only my skin that dries.


    • Avatar Barbara Stachyra-Gutek 19 January 2014 / 11: 21

      I will add that I had a better complexion when I washed my face with bambino soap and washed off makeup with oiling. I did not have to use moisturizing creams only bb for the day and it was ok. So far I am disappointed.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 19 January 2014 / 16: 55

      I also had pimples after this soap. For me it was not a side effect because it lasted too long. I put down the soap and treated for a month to get back to what I had before. Now I wash my face with cetaphil and it definitely serves my face more.

  3. Avatar Monika 22 December 2013 / 14: 48

    I use Barwy soap and it's brilliant 😉

  4. Avatar Lina 15 December 2013 / 21: 01

    I guess the smell would definitely not be for me 😉

  5. Avatar tonia 14 December 2013 / 13: 43

    I have a different aleppo soap, for now I wash my face with it, but it is too short to say something specific;)

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 15 December 2013 / 14: 52

      Waiting for info how it works for you :)

  6. Avatar Karolina_21 14 December 2013 / 11: 47

    for me it was the same with this soap, I hate it 😛

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 15 December 2013 / 14: 51

      That is, not only I had such an effect ...

  7. Avatar alizall with. 14 December 2013 / 09: 11

    Unfortunately, I haven't had the opportunity to use these soaps yet but they are tempting 🙂

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