Keeping with long held traditions, indigenous women still turn to the African wild for all their skincare needs. Our Journey for beautiful skin begins in Malawi where growing Fair Trade sugar provides clean water and education for farmers’ children. Evaporated cane juice contains glycolic acid which breaks down dead skin. We whip this naturally grown sugar into an emollient cream made from skin loving, certified organic East African shea butter. This rare butter, also known as nilotica, is sourced from a cooperative of women who live in war torn Uganda. Many of them have escaped enslavement by the rebel army. Their shea butter project has allowed them to buy homes and begin their own micro-businesses. We next travel further north to Somaliland where local women collect leaves known locally as qasil. This traditional treatment adds skin softening and conditioning properties to our luxury scrub.
Feed your skin in more ways than you can imagine while buffing the dead skin away. Yes, something that smells this delicious can be good for you, too. You'll think you are opening up a can of freshly baked pumpkin pie. But don't eat it, this is a treat for your skin silly. Envelope your skin with virgin pumpkin oil, rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids as you take in all the aromas in this naturally scented skin desert.
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