Here at Ashanti Naturals, empowering women across the globe is at the heart of our core values. It all starts in Ghana, Africa, where the indigenous women and young girls of the region carefully and most skillfully pick the shea nuts straight off of the Karite tree and begin the butter making process. For hundreds of years, making shea butter...

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Shea butter is known for its amazing soothing properties and has been in use by the people of Africa for generations. This yellow or ivory hued butter comes from Shea nut tree, also known as the Karite tree, that grows all along western Africa. The method in which this butter is extracted is by drying out the nut and grinding...

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Have you asked yourself the question  “Where can I find pure black soap with no additives?”  Well, you aren’t alone on this since many people today are trying to find a healthy alternative to their bar soap. African black soap is a wonderful cleanser to the skin that contains a variety of different oils such as coconut oil and palm...

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As trends come and go, the appeal of African sub-Saharan vitellaria paradoxa, which is more commonly referred to as shea butter, stands the test of time. Coveted around the world for centuries, the commerical value of the shea nut, which is indigenous to Senegal, Ethiopia and Uganda, continues to be far reaching. A plethora of products are produced globally using the shea butter nut...

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Black soap goes by a number of different names including African black soap, Anago Soap, Alata Simena, Ose Dudu, Duchi, Alata Soap, and Anago Samina. Whatever you call it, black soap can do wonders for skin health. It has been known to help with acne, excess oil, rashes, and blemishes. It’s an effective makeup remover and can prevent the development...

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