Products: Masterpeace Soaps by Iyanla Vanzant

MasterPeace Herbal Soaps by Iyanla VanzantEnergy Balancing and Healing Herbal Soap Homemade and Handmade by Iyanla!

All MasterPeace Energy Healing and Balancing soaps use African Black Soap as a base. Our soap base is imported from Ghana and Nigeria where it is hand-pressed and processed in a traditional and natural way. This means our soaps contains no preservatives or toxic chemicals of any kind.

Traditionally, Black Soap is known to relieve acne and oily skin. It can clear blemishes and other skin irritations and conditions such as Eczema and Psoriasis. Used as a natural soap for bathing and shampooing, Black Soap will leave your skin soft and clear and your hair free of grease and dirt particles.

MasterPeace soaps are created to clear and energize the physical and energetic bodies. We begin by energizing our distilled water base using the Water Crystal Healing music of Dr. Masaru Emoto. Sacred herbs are baked, processed and hand crushed while prayers are offered for the specific herbs being used. The herbs are then added to the soap/water base. Essential oils are added to energize the herbal soap mixture. Prayers are then offered to energize the soap which are then cured for 3-10 days.

As with all natural products, you are encouraged to perform a skin test by placing a small amount of soap in the crook of your arm. Wait 24 hours to see if there is a reaction before applying the soap to your body. Because all MasterPeace blends are made with essentials oils, we do not recommend that the soap be applied directly to your face. Instead, we recommend that you make a diluted mixture with a small amount of the soap blend and water for washing your face.


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8 oz. - $24.00
Gift pack of five 4 oz. bottles for $45

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