Sunday, August 15, 2010


Posted by BeautyGUMBO at 12:54 AM

I am so amazed at this kit from coastal scents let me tell you guys I truly feel it is a new must have of mines. Every since I got on this African Black Soap kick I been finding 1 good find after another. A few months ago I place a order for the Shea butter as well as the African Black Soap got it tried it and love it.

NOW this new kit gives your Shea butter that will allow you to make a huge Jar of you favorite mix. It also has goodies for your skin and hair 100% pure coconut oil get for the skin, the hair (sealing those ends)It also comes with wild honey this one can be a real treat for your hair if you have locks, My favorite Milk and Honey Baths and with this dry hot weather it is ASAP must! Wild honey is good for healing the seen burns its good for stomach problems. Most of all it can be whipped with your Shea butter for those romantic nights! Don't worry it doesn't make a sticky mess.

Thanks to coastal scents for giving me a chance to try the set as a whole, after buying the Shea butter and African black soap and loving it. It was a pleasure to get a dibs on this entire kit! Yeah Baby!
These products come in a plastic bottles and ready to go....

Out of Africa: Pure and natural skin care that not only leaves you feeling clean and glowing, it is also loaded with natural medicinal properties.

This set includes:

•1 lb. Unrefined Shea Butter
•1 16 oz bottle of Virgin Coconut Oil
•1 16 oz bottle of African Honey
•1 16 oz block of African Black Soap
NOTE: if you have dry skin start off slow with the african black soap like 3 maybe 3 times aweek.
MILK & HONEY Bath reciepes

Milk and Honey Bath
It seems that women have been indulging themselves with milk and honey baths for centuries, so I am assuming that it does the body good... So, here is a quick and easy recipe that should do the trick. Enjoy.
1/2 cup liquid honey
3 cups powdered milk
lavender buds (added for color and fragrance)

Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Bath Sachet
This bath sachet is full of wonderful oats to help sooth the skin. With milk and honey as extras, your skin will love the softness that is added to your bath when using this sachet recipe for your soaks.


Mix all Ingredients well. Place 3 tablespoons in a 3” by 4” muslin bag close. Hang the bath sachet from your faucet and let warm water flow over it as you are filling your bath.


1 Cup Powdered Milk
2 Cups Ground Oats
2 Tablespoons Honey Powder
1 Tablespoon Oatmeal, Milk & Honey

Organic Milk & Honey Bath
# Formulated to gently clean baby’s sensitive skin and leave it silky soft. # Made with organic full-fat milk and goat's milk, this bath is extremely mild for baby’s delicate skin. It is formulated with a high percentage of of full-fat organic milk for its soothing properties and goat milk for its restorative proteins and minerals. This is great for newborn’s delicate skin! # About 100% Natural Milk Bath: Why milk for baby bath? "Milk is a super soother for chapping, windburn, sunburn, eczema, and other skin irritations," says New York dermatologist Amy Wechsler, MD. "It contains proteins (whey and casein), fat, amino acids, lactic acid, and vitamins A and D, all of which calm dry, upset skin." Milk is good for bathing because it contains alpha-hydroxy acids which break down the “glue” that holds dead skin cells together. Goat milk is included because it is easily absorbed by the skin, bringing with it moisture, restorative proteins and minerals.

ney Milk Bath
2 cups of milk
2 tbls honey
Pour both milk and honey into a warm bath before stepping into the water. Soak for at least 20 minutes. The honey will soften and the milk will exfoliate your skin. Enjoy.

Milk and Honey Cleanser

Half cup honey
Half cup yoghurt
3 teaspoons rosewater
Mix ingredients together and store in a container in the fridge. Apply a small amount to the face and neck and massage gently. Rinse with warm water and pat skin dry.

Egg & Honey Facial Mask

Mix together
1 tablespoon honey
1 egg yolk
1/2 teaspoon almond oil
1 tablespoon natural yogurt
Take a hot face towel and place onto your face for one minute to open the pores before smoothing face mask onto skin. Leave for 20 - 30 minutes.

Honey stimulates and smoothes, egg and almond oil penetrate and moisturize, and yogurt refines and tightens pores.


1xellus1 on August 15, 2010 at 5:39 AM said...

great post! i use the african soap to clean my really dirty brushes sometimes.

roxy on August 15, 2010 at 7:27 AM said...

cool. sounds interesting!


Kimboo on August 15, 2010 at 11:06 AM said...

Thanx these are some good recipes

QVC QUEEN on August 15, 2010 at 5:58 PM said...

I wish we had CS in the UK as I would love to get a lump of shea butter to mix and make stuff with. The postage from CS to the UK is madness so I have only ever bought some gel eyeliners. I do have some african black soap though a pump I keep in the shower and you know when you have used it as your skin is squeaky clean lol :0)

Beauty in a Bottle on August 16, 2010 at 6:21 AM said...

@1xellus1 gonna try that @roxy Thanks.@ Kimboo we have to pamper ourselves this is a affordable way to do it. @QVC I wish you guys had 1 too.

Jennifae on August 16, 2010 at 8:30 PM said...

Hi! New follower here! Thanks for the recipes. :)

Dee O. on August 17, 2010 at 10:32 AM said...

this looks amazing! i love organic products and if its from the homeland that is even better! great post, thank you so much for sharing :)

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