Nubian Heritage

Nubian Heritage is a soap and personal care company that began in 1992 in Harlem, NY. The company mission is to blend "traditional healing practices, cultural wisdom and indigenous ingredients, remix them and create modern natural solutions for skin and hair."* *Source: Company website

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36 products

242 reviews

77% would repurchase

Recent Nubian Heritage Reviews

Gels/Soaps -Nubian Heritage -Coconut & Papaya Soap

on 8/16/2018 11:34:00 PM


I use this as a daily body soap and while it lathers and cleanses without feeling tight... the product doesn't smell as good as I would have imagined. The scent is lacking which I think could be improved for better in-shower experience!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Gels/Soaps -Nubian Heritage -African Black Soap

on 4/15/2018 11:37:00 PM


Omg I had a relative buy this black soap for me Bc the vitamin store was having a sale & I wanted to try this soap bar as a shower 🚿 soap! But once I opened the package I was horrified by the strong fragrance of this soap!& I'm so upset Bc I can't tolerate anything on my skin that's perfumed 👎🏻😖& when I read others reviews on this & checked out the ingredients list there's no mention of a synthetic stinky baby powder scent in it ! But I looked @ the package & there's fragrance listed high up on the label! I guess I just have to air out the soaps & then use them & hopefully once the scent goes away I can use them without a allergic reaction! 😖! So annoying! I'm so disappointed in this soap Bc I was expecting a natural fresh banana 🍌 scent like others mention but it's a gross fragrance 😖!

Lotions/ Creams -Nubian Heritage -Goats Milk and Chai Lotion with Rose Extract

on 3/13/2017 7:01:00 PM

I loooove this lotion. Smells exactly like Flowerbomb as another reviewer noted. It really smells exactly like that sweet, orchid-dominant fruitchouli with a bitter tea note and a hint of sparkle. The scent is long lasting and noticeable but not cloying at all, provided you enjoy this type of sweet scent.

I can't believe this one smells like Flowerbomb and Patchouli & Buriti smells like Angel, and yet these lotions are formulated with natural and non-harmful ingredients! It's really incredible.

Goat Milk & Chai makes my skin so soft and moisturized and though it is oily when first applied, it's never sticky and when I apply before bedtime I wake up to soft skin and a beautiful lingering scent.

I highly recommend this to Flowerbomb lovers and anyone who loves sweetly scented lotions and hardcore moisturizers. Not the cheapest product but very good value for money.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Lotions/ Creams -Nubian Heritage -Patchouli & Buriti

on 3/13/2017 6:52:00 PM

This lotion smells like tangy fruits and dark patchouli. In other words, it smells exactly like Thierry Mugler's Angel. I actually bought this by accident because there were no testers out and I wanted the lotion that smells like Flowerbomb... turns out the "Flowerbomb one" was the Goat Milk & Chai, which I fortunately also purchased on a hunch.

Patchouli & Buriti is thick, smells like Angel, and is heavy but not sticky. It has amazing moisturizing properties. It's great for layering with sweet perfumes.

If you love Angel and want a heavy duty non-sticky moisturizer, you'll love this. The scent lingered for at least three hours and when the lotion is first applied, the scent is quite potent.

Great stuff. Not the cheapest product but not outrageous either.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Gels/Soaps -Nubian Heritage -Body Wash Goat's Milk and Chai

on 3/9/2017 11:16:00 AM

I usually prefer body wash that has more of a soapy or gel texture (ie. Dr. Bronner's) than creamy body washes because I feel like they clog my skin. However, this body wash hasn't caused any problems and plus it smells amazing! It's very emollient and makes my skin feel soft after I step out of the shower. It's a beautiful bottle but a little pricey. Because of the natural quality of the ingredients, I'd say it's worth the price.

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