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Werknesh presents an authentic 100% Ethiopian gem… Habesha Kibe is the ultimate organic pre-shampoo hair product, used by Ethiopian women for CENTURIES. This treatment truly strengthens and adds shine to hair, while nourishing the scalp with healthy fatty acids and vitamins. The organic milk makes an extremely rich, soft and buttery texture that will coat and protect both your scalp and hair. Habesha Kibe is a completely natural approach to hair care. It is free of sulfates and dyes which can irritate the scalp. If your hair is left feeling brittle and limp after a weave, braids, or coloring, try our Habsha Kibe it will hydrate and ensure maximum moisture. Whether you suffer from breakage, dryness, or you’re just looking for a natural product to maintain your healthy hair, Werknesh’s Habesha Kibe is the product for you. Traditionally, women apply the Habesha Kibe on days they work at home and leave it in overnight. It is strongly believed to give one a lifetime of overall good health. Today, it continues to be part of Ethiopia’s culture; women and girls frequently go in for Habesha Kibe treatments in neighborhood salons or do it themselves in the comfort of their home.
an Ethiopian born super model, actress and business women speaks about her hair in an interview at intothegloss.com saying, “one thing that they do there [Ethiopia] is they put butter in your hair—real butter. It’s different than butter here [United States] because it’s not processed; you make the butter yourself at home, or you buy it, but it’s so organic, and there’s nothing in it. They do it like a treatment, in salons—it’s incredible! Every time I go there, I do it. It really fortifies your hair and makes it really healthy.”
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To assure my customers they are receiving the best Habesha Kibe I currently import my butter from Shola a dairy company owned by Al Amoudi, the second richest black person in the world, according to Forbes. I’ve received encouraging emails from Habeshas worldwide excited for me to work with Ethiopian business and contribute to the[…]
I found this video and got super excited! It’s not easy finding information on Kibe-Ethiopian butter used for hair online. This youtube clip is the most popular, its the first site that comes up on a google search. Watch the young college student describe her experience with Habesha Kibe. This video truly warms my heart because I[…]