African hair growth secret from Chad! This powder has been used by the women of Chad to grow their hair and make it strong. Mix it with a little water and your oil of choice […]
Versatile edible oil, a reliable staple with so many uses. Great as a carrier oil for your essential oils and for massage. Use it to lighten the texture of your shea butter when making your […]
The shea tree flowers are so pretty – and they are edible! Shea trees start flowering when they are 15-20 years old and continue until 200 years old and over.
What a lovely site! Shea trees in bloom all over Northern Ghana at this time of year.
This Moroccan liquid gold is indeed precious oil in a bottle for the whole body. It’s wonderful at moisturising the skin, superb at conditioning hair, reduces acne and stretch marks, reduces wrinkles….that’s just a few […]
Our yellow shea butter gets its colour from the Borututu root. And not just the colour – for this little local plant has many benefits attributed to it including healing properties for your skin. Get […]
We sell beautiful authentic African black soap made the traditional way with plantain leaves (or cocoa pod ash depending on the season) and sustainable local palm oil.
Use melted shea butter to treat extra dry skin.
Unrefined shea butter for winter skin.
You can use it all over your body including the face! Will protect you from cold winter winds which are so drying!
We now have a variety of essential oils to pair with our unrefined shea butter so you can make wonderful products for body and hair.
Shea and cocoa butter, a great combo!
Worried about the state of your soap?
We said shea butter was great for stretch marks – now add this wonder oil to take it to the next level! ROSEHIP OIL . […]
When your skin dries out and burns after being in the sun, slather on your unrefined shea butter lotion all over you body for instant hydration and repair.
Many people have discovered that shea butter is great for their hair – especial natural African hair because it will not be too ‘heavy’. We suggest using the yellow shea butter as a daily hair […]
Feeling a bit bunged up and congested? Turn to shea butter to rub on your chest! It’s a great decongestant on its own rubbed on the chest or inside the nose. Those who are comfortable […]
Shea butter is solid in it’s natural state but melts when rubbed between the hands for easy application. If however, you find that your shea butter is a bit too hard, you can make a […]
We’re mentioned peppermint oil mixed with shea butter for soothing tired feet and legs. In fact you can swap the peppermint for any of the oils in the mint family, you can use spearmint and […]