Azrah Naturals’ Drive To Healthier, Glowing Hair And Hairlines

Layla is a South African mom of two who wanted to venture in natural organic skin and hair products. She is a passionate DIY enthusiast who is determined to find a natural solution to help restore her hair and skin. Inspired by her mother’s skill in the mixing of natural herbal remedies, Layla explored herbs and came up with a beautiful blend of natural ingredients. She began to see visible results and soon enough, she began to share these magical concoctions with her family and friends and an entire range of natural and wholesome skin and hair care products was developed.

Layla partnered with Nafisa a serial entrepreneur who came to the rescue of this new business when it encountered some challenges, Azrah Naturals has grown into a flourishing business venture which aims to restore the dignity and beauty of South African women through the creation of unique natural products. Each product has been carefully handcrafted to ensure the highest quality of natural ingredients and formulations have been used.

Their star ingredient is a high-quality unrefined Shea butter from Ghana mixed with other cold processed/unrefined/virgin oils, pure essential oils and natural herbs.

Azrah Naturals brings you products that promote wellbeing, improved skin and glowing hair. Their top-selling products include the popular Hairline Repairer Oil, African Black Soap, Unrefined Shea Butter, Lip Gloss, Day and Night Facial Creams and Luxurious Body Butter.

Azrah Naturals continues to expand and aims to reach more individuals with the message of wholeness, beauty and improve health the Azrah Natural way Azrah Naturals market’s every last and first Sundays of the month at Rosebank Rooftop Sunday and First Sundays at Victoria Yard.

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