The Ghanaian fashion and beauty space is growing. There are increasing numbers of players delivering high quality fashion products like clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry, makeup and beauty products. The Ghana fashion scene has also seen an increase in the number of photographers, models and Ghanaian fashion blogs.
Today the spotlight is on Eya Naturals.
Eya Naturals products are inspired by the finest local natural ingredients that have been used effectively in Africa for centuries, to protect hair and skin. The products are formulated with pure unrefined Shea Butter and Coconut Oil, which are vitamin-rich and naturally emollient to moisturize and nourish your hair and skin. As well as pure African Black Soap to gently cleanse your hair and skin.
The company was founded by Sharon Agyapong, a Ghanaian lady who is absolutely passionate about all things natural.
Sharon uses her own products to care for her natural hair and provides useful tips for hair growth and retention through the Eya Naturals social media pages.
According to Sharon, the team at Eya Naturals are committed to working with, and building the local community and hence only source raw unrefined Shea Butter and African Black Soap from a women’s co-op in Northern Ghana. Thereby assisting in providing income to this women-only group.
Eya Naturals products are a safer, natural alternative and DO NOT contain Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil or Petrolatum.
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