Frimpomaa Beauty Products

July 19, 2020

At Frimpomaa Beauty Products we are partnering our shea butter products with other natural ingredients which aim to moisturise, protect and heal the skin. We are passionate about our product and we have a passion for those who produce this product. Therefore we are working with cooperatives in Ghana to ensure that these women receive a fair wage in reward for their hard work.

There is a growing concern for what we put into our bodies and also the types of chemicals that can harm the exterior of ourselves. The trend is to now purchase beauty products which use 100% natural ingredients such as Shea Butter as it is naturally rich in Vitamin A, E and F, it provides UV protection and its buttery consistency which makes it ideal for the face, lips and the body.

The Shea butter industry is growing at an accelerated rate, so Frimpomaa Beauty Products has paired this with other natural products which aim to moisturise, protect and heal the skin.

Luxurious Shea body butter

Available in 5 fragrances:

1.Lemongrass, Tea Tree & Sage

2.Lavendar & Rosemary

3.Vanilla & Ginger

4.Tulip & Citrus fruits

5.Unscented

And available in 50g (£6.99), 100g (£9.99) & 150g (£12.99) jars

Free delivery on orders over £50 

£4.50 delivery charge for orders under £50

Email your order to [email protected]

More details available at Instagram: @frimpomaabeauty Email: [email protected]

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