Azimai’s story starts with Africa and its plant life coupled with a passionate vision of creating a skincare and candle-making family comprised of Zambian women from its local community in Mfuwe; to educate, build confidence and develop their skill set. And so, Azimai, a respectful term for women in Nyanja, was born in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley.
Azimai products are handmade with care and contain ethically-sourced, natural and indigenous ingredients, all of which are harmless to the environment. Their products are void of palm oil, parabens, or paraffin wax and do not use animal testing.
Azimai’s goal is to share all that African botanicals and essential oils have to offer by bringing the spirit of this ancient continent into your home, simultaneously benefiting your health, well-being and happiness.
Following countless requests for men’s nourishing beard oil and beard balm, the exceptional ‘Azimen’ range was born. These products celebrate Africa’s rich heritage of medicinal plants and a unique and carefully tailored combination of oils.
The all-natural ingredients made by reaping the benefits of the rejuvenating baobab and the succulent avocado oil are crucial for promoting beard growth and reducing hair breakage. Powerful essential oils such as rosemary and thyme are used to invigorate the senses. Azimen products also utilise some of Zambia’s beautiful, natural beeswax for a perfect hold and to seal in moisture.
The Azimen range makes the ideal gift for a man who likes to look after himself, his beard and the environment.
3 Tips for Grooming your Beard:
- Wash and condition your beard 2 to 3 times a week, ideally with a quality natural beard shampoo.
- Apply beard oil and balm daily after your shower. Warm showers open up pores, maximising absorption of the essential oils, and keeping your beard hydrated and healthy.
- The best way to train your beard is to brush it daily after your morning shower – training your beard as it grows will help control the direction of growth.
Price: Beard Oil US$15, Beard Balm US$6
Find it here: The Collective in Longacres, Lusaka
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +260 972209502