The Multipurpose Beauty Oil That Will Transform Your Skin
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Multipurpose Beauty Oil
Buy Well, Buy Less - Multipurpose Goodness
Multipurpose oil that can be used for absolutely everything from leave-in hair conditioner to body oil, or if we are feeling really indulgent, slathering it head to toe before bed and rinsing off in the morning for truly silky fragranced skin. Some customers have even been known to decant it and use as a solid perfume.
Magical Scent of Calm
Idan is the Yoruba word for magic, which is the only word to describe our sublime moisturising oil. Cold-pressed coconut oil infused with tuberose flower brings a heady, sensual scent that helps relieve stress and brings a sense of calm.
Nourishing Clean Formula
A non-greasy nourishing formula with anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties absorbs into skin giving a luxurious glow and indulgent sensory experience.
Nourishes Hair and Scalp
In addition to its benefits for the skin, Idan oil can also be used as a hair treatment. It promotes hair growth, nourishes the scalp, and prevents dandruff. Idan oil's anti-fungal and antibacterial properties help to eliminate scalp infections and restore the balance of the scalp's natural oils. It can also be used to seal moisture into the hair, preventing split ends and breakage.
Summer in a Bottle
Customers Have Spoken.
We are LIHA. We create beauty products that are, like us, a mixture of natural African roots and a quintessentially British attitude. I am a Gloucestershire girl born and bred. Abi is a Londoner through and through. We met at University in 1998 and have been close ever since. Whilst Abi was travelling the world as a professional athlete, competing in two Olympic games, I was setting up an art publishing business and living the quiet (ish) life raising my daughter. We would often meet in London, or sometimes if she happened to be warm weather training and I had a trade show to go to, somewhere a bit sunnier.
In the Yoruba (Nigerian) tradition making beautifying oils, soaps and lotions from the nuts, tree bark and plants that grew in abundance was a skill that was traditionally learned by all young women. My mother is an English aromatherapist, so I naturally started to blend the two disciplines together. Whenever Abi would travel I would ask her to bring back different ingredients- especially that good Nigerian Shea from her father’s town! We tried to do a soft launch to introduce the natural beauty community to our concept, and things have been a whirlwind ever since. We are grateful for the journey and to you for joining us..