Afro Botanics Blog

Dermatologist Dr. Nokubonga Khoza Explains Why You Should Consider Facial Chemical Peels To Treat Uneven Skin Tone, Dark Patches, Acne & Acne Scarring & Skin Ageing

No one has perfect skin. We learn to live with our flaws and some of them even become part of the little quirks we consider friendly, making us who we are. On other occasions, however, these quirks can hamper our quality of life as a result of poor self-esteem and the time and energy devoted […]

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How To Prepare Your Hair For A Protective Style: 5 Easy Steps

Lately protective hairstyles trends are just booming, and even when you already have a protective style you just can’t wait to have the next one done. Protective styles are a great way to shield your hair from damage, especially the ends. A protective style is a style that keeps you from touching your hair daily […]

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Moisturizing Low Porosity Hair Using the Baggy Method

  Moisturizing Low Porosity Hair Using the Baggy Method There is probably one word that we keep hearing as naturals; in fact we could probably start a petition to have it be our official ‘natural’ word, “moisture”. If you don’t already, you should learn how to love this word, because you will hear it a […]

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How To Deeply Moisturise Natural Hair

Curly, coily, kinky hair, whether natural or relaxed, craves moisture.  It is dry because naturally occurring sebum, which moisturises straight hair types, is not able to travel up curly, coily hair strands to moisturise them. Sebum is oily and waxy and is produced by sebaceous glands to moisturise, lubricate and form a protective barrier on […]

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Swazi Princess Twerks At Patriarchy And We Love It!

Swazi Princess Twerks At Patriarchy And We Love It!; HRH Sikhanyiso: The Deliciously Scandalous Princess, Twerks During Reed Dance AKA Chastity Ceremony  About two weeks ago I was sent a video of HRH Sikhanyiso of Swaziland dancing with some of the Swazi maidens she leads as part of the Reed Dance Ceremony. The video shows Sikhanyiso, […]

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