DJANTA goose oil is an oily macerate obtained from the seeds of "zambeza croton", a tropical plant found only in Africa. Croton seeds are powdered and macerated in a mixture of avocado, castor, sunflower and coconut oil.
- It promotes hair growth
- It limits hair breakage
- It repairs split ends
Chebe oil can be applied as an oil bath, as a finishing oil or as part of a hair mask
Composition: Ground zambeza croton seeds, Avocado oil, Castor oil, sunflower oil, Coconut oil
Presentation: 50 ML Spray Bottle
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A short guide to advice in:
- Optimization of beauty practices from ancestral African cultures
- In prevention of the disinformation of the spirits by the advertorials
- Learning about the commercial realities of the beginning of the 21st century
Christelle Kedi is a graduate, award-winning (Women 4 Africa 2012) makeup artist, mature beauty care consultant, trainer in the history of cosmetic (practices) in hairdressing school and well-being activist. It operates internationally outside the spheres of sponsorship
Oil with multiple virtues
Composed mainly of berberis extract (97% berberine concentrate) combined with chromium.
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Why risk writing about Michael Jackson when there is a plethora of very patchy publications about him? There are two main, but not exclusive, reasons for this attempt: the first is the current resistance to the stubborn refusal to make it an object of study. The second reason is that by using Michael Jackson, one can question and deepen the relationships between music, gender and race. Which leads us to question the contours taken by the principle of vision and division that defines the musical field that this artist tried to build. What is the transpos
In this book, the Adza-Tado son gives us the fruit of theoretical and clinical research he carried out for more than twenty years in the depths of West Africa, the last known cradle of Vodu.
"I do not limit myself here to describing the vodu object or the vodu manifestations. I also sought to understand how a clod of earth can influence the life of an individual and how simple divination rosaries can speak about the past and the future of an individual. This is what I call studying Vodu from within.
Indeed, Vodu shows several facets depending on whether
“Avà (the penis) and Véku (the testicles) are neighbors. Both are peasants. They grow yams. Kolo (the vagina) is a trader. She regularly passes the fields of the two neighbors to go to the Dzaminakôshi market. One day she was passing, she asked Véku to give her some yam. The latter categorically refuses. Another day, it's Avà who's there. Kind and considerate, Avà agrees to give Kolo some nice yams. Back from the market, Kolo arrives at the edge of the neighbors' fields as the c
"Finally he dares to touch her and squeeze her with all his might against his heart. All their past, all their history unfolds during this magical embrace. Words that betray their relationships kept secret. Stammerings under the rule of intense feelings that recall the intensity of a beautiful life of love and friendship ... "
Never had the beauty of a woman had such an effect on him.
He kept eyeing the burst of his laughter,
the delicacy of her chest and her refined gestures
specific to any newly married woman.
He wanted to hug her,
to devour her lips and drown in the ocean of her body
Naroumé was thinking about how to pull him into his arms.
He took, therefore, the decision to stay at home quite often
in the hope of meeting him there freely.
At home, he would use all his charm to familiarize himself with her and gain her trust.