Hey there, Shanyi Hair Care!
African Beauty Collective
by Afribeauty Collective
1y ago
Shanyi Organics hair care is the brainchild of Grace Oriaghan, an entrepreneur based in Lagos, Nigeria.  Her journey of building this brand comes from a deeply personal experience. As a teenager, she found a lump in her left breast. Several years later, during a compulsory medical examination, she later discovered that what was thought to be just one lump-had became 6 lumps. Fortunately, her doctors determined they were benign and removed them from both breasts. Based on this harrowing experience, when she started her business, she was extremely mindful of the ingredients she wanted to us ..read more
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African Malachite, Skin Game Changer?
African Beauty Collective
by Afribeauty Collective
1y ago
African malachite is a type of green mineral that has been used for centuries in traditional African medicine for various purposes, including as a cosmetic ingredient for the skin. Here are some of the potential benefits of African malachite for the skin: Antioxidant properties: African malachite contains high levels of copper, which is a powerful antioxidant that can help protect the skin from free radical damage caused by environmental factors such as pollution and UV radiation. Anti-inflammatory effects: African malachite also contains anti-inflammatory compounds, which can help soothe i ..read more
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Benefits of Cocoa Body Butter
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by Afribeauty Collective
1y ago
Cocoa butter is a natural, plant-based fat that is extracted from cocoa beans. It has many amazing benefits when used as a body butter. Did you know that most of the world’s cocoa beans come from West African countries,  Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, and Ivory Coast? We love that has been used for generations in Africa. It is a natural ingredient in skin care products and has several benefits for the skin. Here Are 4 Key Benefits of Cocoa Body Butter for Your Skin: Moisturizing: Cocoa butter is an emollient, which means it can help to moisturize and hydrate your skin. It can help to impr ..read more
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No Fuss Skincare Routine
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by Afribeauty Collective
2y ago
Looking for a simple, no fuss skincare routine? We understand that curating an effective yet simple skincare routine can be tricky and overwhelming, especially with all the products in the market.  At AfriBeauty, we believe adopting a simple and targeted approach to beauty can reap great results. Trimming down the number of products on your shelf, gives you room to assess how your skin responds to products so you know whether its effective or not. From the outset, it is important to figure out your skin type. There are four basic skin types – dry skin, oily skin, combination skin, normal ..read more
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BONA EXPO “Mother Nature Africa” to the world!
African Beauty Collective
by Afribeauty Collective
2y ago
Super excited to share with our A-Beauty enthusiasts that on Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st of March 2022, BONA will host its maiden event themed “Mother Nature Africa”. BONA-an acronym for Botanical, Organic & Natural Africa, is an exposition for Green Beauty manufacturers in Africa, Africans-In-the-diaspora & a select few international brands looking to penetrate the African beauty industry.   Lorraine Dallmeier of award winning, accredited formulation school Formula Botanica in The United Kingdom, mentioned in her June 8  2021 Podcast “Today, for the most part ..read more
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The Difference Between Dry and Dehydrated Skin
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by BeautyContent
2y ago
There is a major difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin. At first glance, the terms seem like they describe the same thing – dry skin. This is generally because they share some similarities but at closer inspection, they are completely different skin concerns with unique underlying causes What Is A Dry Or Dehydrated Skin? If you have dry skin, your skin lacks oil and when you use moisturisers or lotions your skin soaks it up quickly. Dehydrated skin is a skin condition in which the skin lacks moisture or water. It could be due to diet (drinking water, too much alcohol), the weather, m ..read more
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Differences Between Dry And Dehydrated Skin
African Beauty Collective
by BeautyContent
2y ago
There is a major difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin. At first glance, the terms seem like they describe the same thing – dry skin. This is generally because they share some similarities but at closer inspection, they are completely different skin concerns with unique underlying causes What Is A Dry Or Dehydrated Skin? If you have dry skin, your skin lacks oil and when you use moisturisers or lotions your skin soaks it up quickly. Dehydrated skin is a skin condition in which the skin lacks moisture or water. It could be due to diet (drinking water, too much alcohol), the weather, m ..read more
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African Beauty (A-Beauty) To The World
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by Afribeauty Collective
2y ago
Over the past two years African Beauty Collective has been an integral part of the African Beauty (A-Beauty) industry. From testing products between the two dynamic metropolises of Lagos and Johannesburg, curating a limited-edition A-Beauty box and growing a Pan African e-commerce platform. It is evident that three main factors have converged to bring A-Beauty to an international platform. A-Beauty’s slow emergence into the spotlight is based on the global rise of consumer awareness and focus on effective ingredients – including cult African botanicals, visionary African female entrepreneurs w ..read more
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Hair Porosity
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by AfriBeautyCollective
2y ago
What Is Porosity? Porosity refers to how well your hair is able to absorb and hold moisture. It is affected by the flexible outer hair layer called the cuticle, which determines how easily moisture and oils pass in and out of your hair. For most, porosity is genetic, but it can also be affected by external factors such as exposure, heat treatments and chemical processing. Porosity is a measurement of your hair’s ability to absorb and hold moisture. You can also think of it as indicating how easily moisture can penetrate your hair. Porosity is determined by the structure of your cuticle- the ou ..read more
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Moringa – The Wonder Ingredient for Skin & Hair
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by AfriBeautyCollective
2y ago
What is Moringa? Known as the “Miracle Tree”, the Moringa has many benefits and its uses range from health and beauty, to helping prevent and cure diseases.  The Moringa plant’s oils and extracts have been used in herbal medicinal practises for centuries, and it has now gained incredible traction amongst international nutritionists and skin and hair specialists alike.  Skin Benefits Moringa has an abundant supply of nutrients is vital for the maintenance of healthy skin.  Here are some key benefits: It’s great for both oily and dry skin A ..read more
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