Our beauty hero product. We were hooked on the mesmerising scent and feel of this Idan oil the minute we discovered it. From the Yoruba meaning of Magic, Idan body oil is a mixture of natural cold pressed coconut oil mixed with Tuberose, a combination that creates a truly sublime moisturising oil, Jess loves to use this in place of perfume.
- Handmade in the UK
- Available in 100ml and 30ml sizes
- Use on body, face or as hair conditioning treatment
- All ingredients from sustainable sources
- Ships in raw cold pressed solid state (see about tab on how to use)
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Each 30ml bottle contains coconut oil that has been scented with tuberose via the African process of enfleurage. This ensures the goodness of this night blooming flower is absorbed naturally.
Ingredients: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Polianthes Tuberosa (Tuberose) Flower, Flower Parfum (Fragrance), Amyl Cinnamall**, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate**, Citral, Coumarin**, Eugenol **, Geraniol**, Isoeugenol**, Linalool** **Naturally occurring in essential/flower oils.
How to Use: This cold pressed oil will arrive in its raw solid state in the bottle due to cooler temperatures. To bring it to its liquid form it can just be placed in warm water or taken into the shower until it melts, then you can apply to damp skin/hair. Alternatively, it can be applied to the skin with a small spatula as it will melt when rubbed in from the heat of the body.
For a deep conditioning treatment place on hair before shampooing and leave for 15 minutes or longer. Wrap hair in a warm towel and then wash as usual. Great as a manicure oil, shaving oil, beard oil, pretty much anything else you can think of!
LIHA was born from the desire to create a luxe natural and organic skincare brand that blends the rich botanical life of West Africa with traditional English aromatherapy and folk remedies. They create beauty products that are a mixture of natural African roots and a quintessentially British attitude. Like the diaspora that they take inspiration from, their community is rooted in Yoruba culture and spreads throughout the world to share the power of Asé, wellness, slow-living and self care.
They aim to directly contribute to the improvement of economic, social and environmental factors, opening up new markets and trade routes that will replace traditionally destructive ones. All packaging and materials are made, designed and produced in the UK and is recyclable and reusable.
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