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    (0) Customer Spotlight - LaRita in Conway, SC

     ~ LaRita in Conway, SC

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    (0) Treating Acne, Stretch Marks, and Other Skin Conditions Using African Black Soap
    Men and women both have to deal with different cosmetic issues such as acne, scars, and stretch marks. Scarring is often caused due to wounds, burns, and acne. On the other hand, Stretch marks are associated with puberty, changes in weight, and pregnancy, of course. If you are looking for a product that can fade away or simply reduce the appearance of these skin imperfections, African Black Soap is one of the best natural products you can turn to for help.
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    Cecelia is a nurse in Zambia who does medical for people with no other access to medical services.

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    With the pandemic, I knew I wanted to expand my business and include fragrance oils.
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    (0) The Best Authentic African Black Soaps for Clear, Balanced Skin

    If you have been selling the best and most efficacious ingredients, but you always welcome new skincare products, then Africa Imports would suggest you adding traditional African Black Soap into your product range. You might be dealing in chemically-laden concoctions till now. It's time to think wis...

    (0) Reasons Why African Fabrics Have Gained So Much Fame and Popularity

    African textiles and prints are forms of expression that define the real Africans. The art of designing, fabricating, and embroidering traditional African textiles is as old as time. There is no need for manuscripts or historical books to know about African history. These textiles can make you famil...

    (0) Customer Spotlight - Adrienne in Lithonia, GA

    I’ve been making body butter for years for family and friends. The hobby
    I love has been able to become another source of income without reducing
    the quality I want!

    ~ Adrienne in Lithonia, GA

    (0) Customer Spotlight ~ Dr. Lydia A. Woods

    Children in group Foster homes in Maricopa County in Arizona
    (children’s faces cannot be shown for privacy reasons)

    Dr. Lydia A. Woods (far right standing playing Djembe with shoulder strap)
    Volunteer Drumming Group “Umoja” meaning “Unity” in Swahili
    African Dundun Drums and Dashikis f...

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