This Christmas, we are giving away a free bottle of our Gorgeous! perfumed body lotion on purchases from 10,000 Naira and a free bottle of our Happiness room spray on purchases from 5,000 Naira. That’s how we say thank you this Christmas 🎄Compliments of the season!
Ho! Ho!! Ho!!! It’s 🎄time & we are not leaving the kids behind! We are giving away 5% discount on Kids hair care products from now till end of December! You have the opportunity to purchase our Kids Tangle-free Conditioning shampoo and Nourishing leave-in conditioner at reduced prices. So hurry now while stock lasts! Shop Online now.
Thank you for supporting Ene Naturals all year long. Compliments of the season!
Water is essential for the body to absorb oils into our skin because water locks in moisture and traps the oil thereby making it impossible for the oil to escape from the skin. And this act alone translates to better hydration and moisturizing of the skin. This is why we advise that you do the following to get the best out of your oils:
1. Apply oils on damp skin and allow your skin to dry naturally without toweling dry.
2. Add a few drops of oil to your bath water at the rinsing stage and allow your skin to dry naturally.
3. If your skin is already dry, add a little water to your palm and add a few drops of oil and apply on your skin.
4. Make an oil and water mist spray and spray on your skin when needed and allow to dry naturally.
5. Add oil to water-based lotions and apply to the skin.
VITAL INFO: Oils are vital for cell regeneration, healing, collagen production and skin health which is why oils are fantastic anti-aging agents and responsible for your skin’s suppleness. Oils are not bad unless they are heat-presses which means what you are putting on your skin is cholesterol-filled oil so always use cold-pressed oils. Combining oils with water won’t cause your skin to be greasy at all or cause you to sweat if you live in tropical regions. And bear this in mind: some oils are heavier and greasier than others so always ask an expert before you mix oils.
It is now so much easier to make your own African black soap at home! Which is why we created the African black soap making kit that contains the ingredients that you need to make a moisturizing black soap that is gentle enough for everyone to use.
In the African black soap making kit, you will find:
1. Raw African black soap
2. Turmeric powder
3. Camwood (African sandalwood) powder
4. Pure glycerine
5. Essential oil
6. An empty tub to dispense from.
In the kit, you will find instructions about how to make the black soap and a few beauty tips.
To purchase this kit, please visit our store and when you use it, please let us know how much you loved it!
At Ene Naturals, youth and women development is our focus as a company because women are nation builders while the youth are the future of any nation. Women make more than half of Nigeria’s population as such when women are educated, the impact goes a long way to affect the nation. This is the reason why we have always offered free natural skincare trainings to women and the youth. Last week Friday on November 29th, 2019, we partnered with the Rotary club of Lagos (Isolo & Omole Gold) to offer our services pro bono to help train some youths.
Nigeria’s youth are curious, inquisitive and have a hunger and drive to learn and do things. This enthusiasm to achieve great things was what I felt and saw in the faces and actions of the youth that I was opportune to teach last week Friday at the Rotary Club youth and leadership training program known as RYLA. It was such a fantastic experience.
My journey on that day started at the Five Cowries terminal in Ikoyi where I boarded a ferry along with the vibrant and hardworking Rotary Club members who had sacrificed everything to make this event happen. I have utmost respect for all of them. That day was indeed the first time I would be boarding a ferry in Nigeria.
The hour-long trip took us across the water to the sea school at Apapa – a leadership training camp that was packed full of knowledge-seeking youths! It was so exciting to be there.
During the training session, I taught about creating natural skincare products and how to start such business. There was live exhibition on how natural body creams are made. The interactive session was exciting as well as the future entrepreneurs threw one question after another at me. In the end, they were motivated to venture into this form of entrepreneurship.
In the future, we are hoping to partner with more organizations to conduct training sessions as well as continue with our free online tutorials targeted at the youth and women. The last online session we had produced new entrepreneurs so we are eager to do more.
Would you like to partner with us? We are happy to offer our services pro bono. We offer both physical and online sessions.
Steam inhalation therapy is one of the ways you can free your nasal passage by melting the mucus which causes blocked nose and makes it difficult to breathe or to swallow. This is why people who have caught the corona virus are advised to steam daily. Usually when we have common cold or flu, it begins with a stuffy nose which is caused by an inflammation of the blood vessels of the sinuses. Steam inhalation helps to thin the mucus that prevent us from breathing properly. While it may not kill the virus, you will feel much better especially as steam inhalation with peppermint and eucalyptus essential oils help to relief headache and pains associated with such accuse upper respiratory infection. Get immediate relief when you use either peppermint and eucalyptus essential oils in your steam inhalation. To buy any of our essential oils, visit our online Store
Melanin is an incomparable beauty. From the lightest to the darkest skin tone, Black women and Black girls are exquisite beauty in every shade. Yes, Black females have that special something that just can’t be ignored. We are Melanin Queens, beautifully created! Respect the complexion.
Essential oils are plant concentrates that are anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-septic, anti-bacteria and mood uplifting. They are very beneficial to our skin and our health in general. The commonest uses of essential oils are:
For aromatherapy: essential oils have tremendous effects on our moods and help to elevate moods and to combat anxiety, stress and depression. To benefit, add a few drops to oil burners, diffusers and even hot water to inhale its aroma.
For massages: By combining essential oils with carrier oils for different massages, they help relief stress, pain and aches.
For foot soak: Stressed out from the hustle and bustle of life, then soak your feet in warm water and add a few drops of essential oils and Dead Sea salt.
For herbal teas: Not all essential oils are edible but some like peppermint oil is. Peppermint oil relives aches, pain, stress, cold and flu symptoms so add a drop or 2 to hot or warm water and sip. By inhaling the aroma while drinking, you benefit both ways as it opens one’s nasal passage.
For face steaming: Remove dead cells by steaming your face over hot water by adding a few drops of lavender oil, orange oil or any essential oil of your choice and steaming for 15-20 minutes.
We’ve been making hair care products for African hair for a while now and we are so passionate about it that we are improving on our products to meet the African thirsty hair.
Because our hair as Africans is so thirsty and dry, our products nourish and condition the hair to soften it for easy management as well as promote growth and volume.
This is the latest addition to our hair care line and this product was created to meet the needs of customers who do not like African black soap shampoo. Made with organic surfactants and boosted with panthenol, vitamin E, aloe Vera extract, cucumber extract, rosemary extract, lavender extract, chamomile and peppermint extract, this shampoo nourishes as well as strengthens African hair to prevent breakage and split ends.
This is our fastest selling hair care product for the African hair. Made with African black soap, plant extracts, Shea butter, olive oil and many more goodness, this shampoo conditions the hair as well as combat dandruff, itchy scalp and softens African hair while promoting growth and volume.
This product strengthens and nourishes weak hair as well as prevent breakage. Made with plant extracts and pure goat milk, it deeply moisturizes and nourishes the hair.
African hair is thirsty as such dries easily which makes it difficult to comb through and manage. The detangling hair mist was created for that purpose which is why it’s made with coconut oil, aloe Vera gel, cucumber gel and other plant extracts like rosemary that soften the hair.
The hair growth serum was created to target thinning hair especially thinning hair line. It’s job is to restore weak hair by nourishing and strengthening hair follicles.
Organic hair gro butter nourishes African hair to soften the hair and promote growth. Infused with plant extracts, this product gives hair volume and growth.
To purchase any of these products, please visit our store on this website.