Feel a breath of the sea whisper over the lands as it bends and frolics through the lemongrass. Follow it as it plays hide and seek through the citrus orchards. This energizing blend of Citronella and Zanampoly combined with hints of Ginger and Lime will boost your energy level. Suitable for all skin types.
Terres d’Afrique has created five aromatic blends inspired by distinctive African biomes and evoking their characteristic scents. Our aromatherapy blends are made of pure African essential oils. Our carrier oil blend is made of marula, kalahari melon and manketti oils. Three African oils rich in essential fatty acids (omegas 3, 6 and 9), which help restructure and regenerate the deeper layers of the skin and restore its natural lipid barrier, leaving your skin feels supple and soft to the touch.
Schinziophyton Rauntenil (Manketti) Seed Oil, Sclerocarya Birrea (Marula) Seed Oil, Citrusllus Lanatus (Kahari Melon) Seed Oil, Fragrance (Essential Oils), Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Oil, Citronella Citrus (Citronella) Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil
Use daily after bathing or showering. Apply liberally all over the body. Massage gently until fully absorbed. Can also be used as a bath oil.
Terres D’Afrique is a certified organic and fair trade brand that belongs to the Southern African Natural Products Trade Association. Ethically sourced rare African botanicals make up much of the brand’s elements.Terres D’Afrique, which translates to “earth of Africa” is pure luxury unisex skincare with a special focus on both science and nature. Founder, Dr. Stephan Helary was born and raised in Madagascar, where he initially found his passion for agriculture, botany, conservation and ecology.Terres D’Afrique focuses on ethical biotrade, benefitting the sharing with harvesters, respect for their intellectual property, and a commitment to preserving the biodiversity of ecosystems where we source ingredients. The brand is also passionate about protecting ecosystems by harvesting practices that honor and protect natural ecosystems to ensure a future for these indigenous plants and the communities that live among them.