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Mangos growing in Philippe's garden

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Mangos growing in Philippe's garden

Mangos growing in Philippe's garden

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Video Understanding the Making of Black Soap

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All aboard ! Let's embark for a trip to Ghana's Northern Province. You will get to know the women of the village, and observe, from the drying and burning of the plantain skins and coco pods to the final product, all the steps leading to the production of the authentic organic African Black Soap.

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How is Black Soap Manufactured?

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How is Black Soap Manufactured?

Authentic African Black Soap from Ghana Premium, Organic, Unrefined Hard Black African Soap (Alata Samina). Traditionally manufactured Fair Trade and imported from Ghana, West Africa. To make the soap, the women of the cooperative village dry the skins of the Plantain fruit to precise texture in the hot African sun first. The skins are then roasted in a clay oven to achieve a particular color, texture and fragrance. The longer the skins are dried, the darker the color of the soap will be. Next, this base is carefully mixed with palm oil and palm kernal oil to result in the...

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21 Reasons to Use Shea Butter

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21 Reasons to Use Shea Butter

  OH MY Shea Butter will provide improvement in all the conditions listed below.  As you use this multi-purpose cream you are likely to discover additional uses.  The amount of time required for optimum results may vary with each condition.  Wrinkles, for example, require 4 to 6 weeks of daily use.  Itching is relieved immediately. Dry Skin Skin rash Skin peeling, after tanning Blemishes and wrinkles Itching skin Sunburn Smooth silky shave when used as shaving cream Small skin wounds Skin cracks Tough or rough skin ( feet, elbows) Cold weather, wind protection Frost bites Stretch mark prevention ( pregnancy. weight loss)...

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