2015 Personal Care Catalog
More choices for customers means more sales for you! Find lots of new products, along with your old favorites! Give this catalog to your customers with your contact information. Attach small free samples with the catalog and they will come back for more.
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I sell a lot of different merchandise but, after receipt of my order, I have decided to sell a complete line of African items. The merchandise is excellent quality and unique. I’ve been trying for a long time to decide what I want to specialize in. Now, I have found it. Thanks to you!”
- Jacquelyn in MI
Your purchases with Africa Imports pay for the support of a number of orphanages in Congo and Senegal; a school in Zambia; and for help to a number of very poor children who are not in an orphanage. Some of these kids are shown here.
There were 87 children who were given food packages that were purchased through your orders last week. Some of them do not look very excited here, while they are waiting to get their packs of groceries. This food makes a huge difference in the lives of these kids though. All of the children shown are among the poorest of the poor children in Congo.
One new child this week is Faida Boyemo, whose photo is shown here also. His father died recently, and his mother earns a small income by selling bread. Your purchases pay for the groceries given to Faida and his mother. It was very hot when his photo was taken. Don’t mistake the perspiration for tears. Faida is a little nervous, but not sad.
Thank you for all that you do.
Natural Beauty Creams
Experience a pure approach to beautiful, glowing skin for a lifetime! Desired Diva’s two new creams, Tea Tree Night Cream and Jojoba Cream, naturally replenish, repair, and rejuvenate to keep your skin looking and feeling young.
The Jojoba Cream seals in moisture to make your skin silky smooth to the touch.
Using the Tea Tree Night Cream before bedtime will give you clearer looking, more even toned skin.
Desired Diva celebrates the beauty of the human spirit. Treat yourself and your skin with ingredients that bring out your best!
-Organic content 66%
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Coconut oil is well-known for its effectiveness on the skin and its health benefits in the kitchen. But did you know that besides the more common usages, there actually are hundreds of ways to utilize coconut oil in your day-to-day life? Here are just a few great uses:
5.Treat Cold Sores
7.Natural Wood Polish
9.Reduce Risk (or effects) of Alzheimer’s
14.Treat Fungal Infections
16.Diaper Rash Ointment
17.Natural Leather Polish
20.Removing Soap Scrum
24.Small Motor Lubricant
25.Removing Chewing Gum
26.Reducing Cat Hair Balls
27.Reducing Hair Frizz
29.Reducing Eye Puffiness
30.Bee Sting Soother
31.Natural Metal Polish
32.Reduce Arthritis Pain
33.Treat Athlete’s Foot
35.Interior Car Detailing
40.Repair Split Ends
41.Removing Tupperware/Plastic Container Stains
44.Cleaning Make-up Brushes
45.Removing Tree Sap
47.Bicycle Chain Lubricant
48.Eczema and Psoriasis
…and there are so many more ways to use coconut oil!
From beauty aids…to health remedies…to home maintenance, this versatile oil goes a very long way. Every home should keep a supply handy!
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The natural black soap from Africa is all hand made in different locations in Africa. The bars of this soap vary somewhat because of this. This comes in different shades of color: from brown to almost black. This soap also differs slightly in moisture content between different bars. The color and moisture content are close enough that we consider the soap bars to be the same. Most customers for this soap feel the same way and the soap is exceptionally effective and popular. We are not able to guarantee true uniformity of color and moisture though.
If you want to, the soap can be softened or moistened fairly easily though. If a small amount of water is sprayed or otherwise applied to the soap, it will become softer and more pliable this way. Lightly wetting the soap will often (but not always) darken the color of the soap also. You can also temporarily store the soap in a plastic bag with a little bit of water. The moisture will then soak into the soap so that the soap becomes darker and more pliable by just being stored this way for a day or so.
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Experience the difference Jamaican castor oil can make on your skin and hair! The powerful blend of soothing essential oils and Jamaican castor beans helps repair and strengthen hair, nourishes to promote healthy growth, and rejuvenates both dry skin and hair. Also perfect for hot oil treatments!
Place any wholesale order and get your sample of Jamaican Black Castor Oil.
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Sometimes there is a company label on the fabric that needs to be removed. This paper normally comes off fairly easily when it is heated lightly with an iron. Other times, the paper needs to be lightly wetted before it comes off easily. If this still does not work, the next step is to apply a product like Googone to loosen the glue. The paper normally comes off without this last step; but it always comes off somehow.
Normally our customers sell the oils uncut. This is what most customers want most of the time. Cutting or watering down the oils can also hurt your reputation, and lose the trust of your customers.There are times when oils need to be cut however. You can make your oils last longer or work better in different ways when you do. Most colognes and perfumes are only 10-15% oil because the uncut oils can be too strong for a lot of people. When oils are used in an oil burner, the uncut oils can make a fragrance that is too powerful.
A common question that people ask is what to use as a cutting oil to properly dilute oils. There are a lot of different cutting oils: DPG, Grapeseed oil, Jojoba oil, and more. There are a lot of factors that some people think about for this; and different people have different opinions on what is best. Here is a basic bit of information to help you decide what to do if you want to lighten the scent of an oil. DPG is a petroleum based product (kind of like gasoline) is normally the least expensive option. DPG is normally mixed with oils when they are being used in an oil burner or in making incense.
If a person is wanting to wear the oils on their skin, you would want to use one of the more natural products. Grapeseed oil is probably the most popular for this because of the price. There are a lot of other options.
Purple Orange and Green Kente Cloth
February marks the annual Black History Month celebrations around the country, and it is also a great time of celebration during Mardi Gras.
What does Black History Month Have to do with Mardi Gras?
Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday”, reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. It has rich cultural significance to many different cultures; while its origins are nearly ancient, it is an important holiday for nearly all cultures. In 1882 the famous Mardi Gras symbol Krewe of Proteus debuted with a glittering parade that saluted Egyptian mythology. Symbols of Egypt, Rome, and Greece are prevalent throughout Mardi Gras.
Who are the Mardi Gras Indians?
An important group of people to remember during Mardi Gras are the Mardi Gras Indians. The Mardi Gras Indians are comprised, in large part, of the African-American communities of New Orleans’s inner city. While these Indians have paraded for well over a century, their parade is perhaps the least recognized Mardi Gras tradition.