Ghana White Soap Balls Foam Booster ((Samla Yen)
Ghana white ball soap is traditionally used in Ghana to get rid of skin irritations, and it is claimed that it helps minimize blemishes and clears rashes and acne. White ball soaps have super foaming capabilities, hence they are also known as lather booster additives for mixing into African black soap or to boost the foaming property of an existing soap.
Other Names: White black soap, Ghana white soap, Samla Yen (in Ghana), Ghana white soap, African white soap, foam booster, lather booster, white Ghana soap
Ingredients: Cocoa pod ash, palm kernel oil, coconut oil, shea butter
Form: Ball shaped soft-textured solid soaps. White soap balls harden in texture when exposed to moisture or water.
Colour: White to Off-White. (Note: The Colour of Ghana white balls darkens in colour when it is exposed to moisture or when mixed with water).
Properties: Intense foaming capability, skin lightening properties (milder skin lightening effect than green soap balls), claimed to help treat rashes and pimples, skin smoothening properties
Benefits and Claims: Acts as a foam booster when added to other soaps; helps minimize or clear skin irritations,, promotes smooth skin, fades hyperpigmentation and dark spots, evens out skin tone and boosts the complexion.
Usage: Concentrated soap – Not to be used alone. Mix it into an existing soap such as black soap, bar soap or liquid soap. Add about 5 to 10 Ghana white soap balls to a Wrap of Ghana Black Soap. *May be harsh on sensitive skin. Do a patch test before using.
*Note: Colour of these handmade soaps may vary from batch to batch.