The original Africa Sleeps braid balm… and still, our best selling product! Made with local beeswax, organic, fairtrade shea butter and organic sweet almond and apricot kernel oils, it has just the right grip for braiding your child’s hair. Plus, it nourishes the hair and scalp while the style is in! Sometimes, the simple solutions are the best.
In March and April, get 30% off braid balms with the SPRINGBRAIDS coupon. Happy shopping! And thanks for supporting our family business.
Isn’t that a darling picture of Sugar and Spice? They were only 3.5…
Fall is here, and winter is on its way. Time to nourish that skin!
Africa Sleeps is our little family business, providing organic, natural hair and bodycare products for children of African heritage. Until November 22, 2014, you can use this coupon…
…to order any of our luscious organic shea butter lotions at 20% off. What a deal! the lotions are made from Canadian botanicals, and fairtrade shea butter from Ghana. I don’t know how our daughters (or their daddy, for that matter!) would get through the winter without it!
I’m so excited to announce that our store, Africa Sleeps, now has huge sleep caps! These amazing caps have a series of elastics inside that ruche the fabric, and provide an enormous amount of headroom for extensions, puffs and even big gorgeous fros!
I’ve ordered just 100 as a trial, and they are already selling like bananas this morning. If you are interested in finding a cap for your child that stays on, looks fab, and fits free hair, check it out!
Thanks so much for supporting our family business!
We just got a huge batch of sleep caps in.. check out these gorgeous floral styles and more! Please check it out!
If you are new to this blog or Africa Sleeps, here’s a little about our store:
- Sleep caps are your best tool to keep braids fresh and hair untangled when you little one sleeps.
- Our sleep caps store is our adoption fundriaser! So 95% of the store’s revenue goes to our travel fund.
- 5% of revenues (ok, so it’s a little more than that!) are donated to Vulnerable Children Society. We actually sponsor an extra child each onth, which is more than 5% of the revenue, but what the heck! It’s a wonderful cuase!!