Asantee Soap Review

Asantee Soap is gaining popularity as a multi-purpose organic, herbal body wash that leaves skin feeling clean, soft and smoothed. This Ghanaian black soap is made from a traditional recipe using plant-based oils and botanicals like shea, cocoa pods, and aloe. I recently tried Asantee Soap and wanted to share my review about what makes this body wash so unique.

Product Review

I love using Asantee Soap because it works well as a gentle face and body cleanser. Compared to store-bought liquid body wash and bar soap I’ve tried, it is more moisturizing yet still gets skin clean without leaving behind residue or stiffness. 

The first thing I noticed when opening the package was the pleasant, light herbal scent. The aroma is earthy and calming due to the natural ingredients used. The soap has a soft, whipped, butter-like texture that spreads easily on the skin or loofah. It creates a nice bubbling lather that leaves my skin feeling refreshed but not stripped or dried out.

After patting dry with a towel, my skin always has a smooth, supple feel. The antioxidants from ingredients like raw honey and shea seem to nourish and condition my skin over time. I also notice less flakiness on my arms and legs even in cold winter months since switching over to using Asantee Soap.

Features of Asantee Soap

  • Nutrient-rich ingredients from West African farms and forests
  • No parabens, phthalates or harsh detergents 
  • Produced through traditional cold-press processing methods
  • Retains moisturizing glycerin unlike commercial soap
  • High vitamin E content to nourish skin
  • Fair trade shea butter deeply conditions
  • Palm oil, palm kernel oil and coconut oil help create lather  

How to Apply Asantee Soap

Wet face or body in warm shower or bath. Rub soap gently over skin to form light foam. Increase rubbing over drier areas like hands, heels and knees. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat dry then apply body cream or lotion while skin is damp

Side Effects of Asantee Soap

Asantee Soap is formulated for all skin types but stop using if irritation occurs. Discontinue use if you experience:



Itching or burning

Dryness or peeling

Due to the natural palm oil content, some customers notice it leaves behind a filmy residue on skin over time. Make sure to rinse thoroughly and use once daily or less frequently if clogging occurs. People with nut allergies should perform a patch test since this soap contains shea nut oil and palm nut oil.

Does it matter what type of water I use to wash with?

You can use any water temperature comfortable for bathing. Hard water won’t reduce effectiveness.

Can I use Asantee on hair too?  

Yes! Many customers use their Asantee bars as a conditioning shampoo as well. Works well on fragile, damaged or color treated hair.

What skin types does Asantee work well for?  

All skin types including normal, oily, dry, sensitive, mature, acne-prone and eczema-prone skin.

Is Asantee Soap vegan?

No, it contains shea butter and honey so it is vegetarian but not vegan.  

Is it safe for children?

Yes, this gentle formula is non-irritating for babies and kids when rinsed thoroughly. Good for whole family.

Does it help with acne? 

Yes, the anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help prevent blemishes and clear current breakouts.


₦2,000 to ₦3,500

  • Abdulbasit