EXFOLIATION is a wonderful way to brighten and smooth rough and dry skin, increase cell turnover and improve the overall health of the tissue.Read More
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I am a firm believer that beautiful skin and hair begin with a healthy diet and lifestyle. A healthy diet and lifestyle include being in harmony with the natural world and its rhythm. The spring equinox begins March 20th and indicates…Read More
In today’s compromising world, all forms of love struggle to rise above the chaos of modern civilization; But it’s Black History Month and I thought it fitting to talk about how Black people have continued to carve out spaces to love amidst some of the most brutal and oppressive conditions. Black love in itself is a revolutionary act.
Black Love Powerful
Black people, the world over, have contributed so much to both ancient and modern culture and civilization. It is no secret that much of that contribution has gone under appreciated, unnoticed, or down right hidden. Here in the United States that reality is ever more present as we continue to experience the attack and misrepresentation of black love in the media, film, and music. It is so important that we push back against these false narratives and highlight the importance of celebrating and demonstrating Black love, and its rich diversity, as a revolutionary act.
Black Love Threatens Oppression
My great grandmother, Mother Hamilton, was known for saying “love is a do word”. In other words, love is an act rather than a feeling. A demonstration rather than an emotion. This demonstration of love moves well beyond fleeting romance into tangible results like the nurturing of our children, food justice, celebrating self-care and rest, establishing and supporting businesses that hire Black youth, supporting Black marriage in all of its diversity, caring for our elders, honoring ancestors, ensuring the safety and protection of our families, building wealth, and taking pride in the care of our neighborhoods and communities. These are revolutionary acts of love that threaten oppression at its core.Read More
“Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year.Read More
Caring for the hair and skin in the cold is all about moisturizing and protecting against the harsh elements outside and the dry heat inside. READ MORERead More
It is an exciting thing to see natural beauty products go mainstream. There are so many new natural deodorants on the market but I still feel that ours is one of the best when it comes to efficacy, sensitivity, and value. Our deodorant is very gentle on the skin but tough on odor giving you about 8 hours protection before the need to touch up or reapply.Read More
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In this video, Ghana Goddess gives a great outline of how she controls that pesky facial hair (and resulting hyper-pigmentation) that so many of us experience.Read More
Well, I'm back on the block, rested and ready to serve your fall and winter skincare needs. Like so many of you, I too face the daily grind of juggling this, that, and more of that over there. Of course, all while walking a tightrope through a multidimensional matrix :-). ⠀Read More
Being an entrepreneur can often mean late nights, early mornings, missed meals, dehydration, and overwhelm. The sacrifice is real but the outcome is so worth it. I love that I’m building a solid legacy for my son, bringing wonderful self-care experiences to you, investing in the revival of American craftsmanship, and simply being the master of my own destiny. Part of the legacy that I hope to pass on is a legacy of self-care.Read More
This season is about harvesting ALL the Universe has waiting for you and for assisting you to use this time to balance yourself and your life.
Utilize the energy of this season and fast to assist in creating and maintaining balance. Look closely at the balance in your life and shift what needs to be shifted or change what needs to be changed.Read More
Discovered by the indigenous peoples of Australia, it is well known to be a potent remedy for a myriad of infectious diseases that include malaria, typhoid, diphtheria, and influenza, upper respiratory infections, infected wounds, tenesmus, vaginal infections like Candida, gangrene, Staphylococcus, Shigella, Haemophilus influenza, Salmonella, and H-pylori.Read More
The first step is to develop a healthy life style that provides a solid base for a strong immune system. Steps toward prevention are key to your success when dealing with any potential threat to your health. Herbal medicine can be a strong ally to support your speedy recovery.Read More
Pure African Black Soap comes from several West African Countries and is hard in texture like common bar soap. It is made from the dried palm leaves, cocoa pods and the bark of Shea and plantain trees.Read More