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Natural African Black Soap

Natural African Black Soap

Using African Black Soap  It’s effective to use this Natural African Black Soap around once or twice a week after showering or bathing before sleep. Proper use of African Black Soap can heal and relieve all skin issues. Everyone’s skin is unique but the key points are:1. Oil Add a natural oil, (olive oil, or coconut oil, etc.) to your skin.Or, add it to your liquid African Black Soap. 2. Gently Wash Break off a small piece of natural black soap to avoid getting the entire bar or chunk of soap wet. Keep the unused portion dry for best preservation.Then, gently wash...

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Jamaican Black Castor Oil

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Jamaican Black Castor Oil

Weekly applications of black castor oil can reverse damage done to skin and hair over the years.  Use castor oil to nourish your scalp and strengthen the roots of your hair. The essential nutrients in castor oil increase blood circulation to the scalp, hence accelerate positive and healthy conditions for your skin and hair.   To use it weekly as a hot oil treatment, start with clean hair and scalp.  Then, just massage the castor oil into scalp and hair, then cover with plastic cap and go under the dryer for 15-30 minutes.  Be sure to apply the castor oil to the scalp and not only...

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Celebrate Freedom From Signs Of Aging With Shea Butter!

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Celebrate Freedom From Signs Of Aging With Shea Butter!

Getting old is ten times better than the alternative but there's no reason to be beat down by the signs of aging - not when shea butter works so well! This traditional West African moisturizer provides rejuvenation that should make it a mainstay of any daily skin care regimen. I've come to know its healing power for myself and the most incredible benefit I've experienced is reversal of signs of aging around my eyes.   Check out how shea butter liberates your skin from the signs of aging!  1.  Shea butter is rich in vitamin A which stimulates collagen.  This keeps your...

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The Key of The Nile

The Key of The Nile

  Contemporary Afrocentric jewelry and tattoos often make use of the ankh because of its connections to ancient culture, life and the afterlife, as well as its religious connotations. Art from Egypt often shows the ankh being held by gods.  It was believed that gods used the ankh to grant the gift of eternal life to pharaohs and members of the royal family. They were thought to do this by holding the ankh to the noses of deceased royalty. Ankh pendants can make a bold statement and the use of the ankh was very popular in ancient Egypt, too.  People...

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When It Comes To Hydration Skip The Quickie, Get Long Lasting Penetration With Body Butter!

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When It Comes To Hydration Skip The Quickie, Get Long Lasting Penetration With Body Butter!

Lotions add quick moisture but 100% Shea Butter goes deeper and lasts longer! In particular, all-natural Shea Butter is ideal because it is an intensive moisturizer.  Shea Butter has a very low water content compared to creams and lotions. Lotion is good for moisture in a flash but often doesn't last past the first hand washing while shea butter, penetrates and may only need to be applied once a day.  This is because 100% pure Shea Butter is extracted from the nut of the African shea tree, while lotions are made from oil and water. Since 100% Shea Butter is unprocessed and is...

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