In Haitian Kreyol the tanbou is the drum. And the drum speaks of life and all of its possibilities. Here the tanbou is a mysterious blend of lime, peppermint, and patchouli created to transport us to a place where night and day are engaged in an endless passionate dance. We are there…observers, participants, dancers, and drummers.
Saponified oils of Coconut, Olive, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter and Haitian Castor. Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Yellow Brazilian Clay, Alkanet Root Powder, Essential Oils
Haitian Castor Oil (Lwil Maskriti) is high in vitamin E, minerals, proteins, omega 6, and other beneficial fatty acids including ricinoleic acid which plays a key role in drawing moisture to the skin. Haitian Castor Oil can be used to fight acne and maintain healthy skin and hair. I have yet to meet a Haitian that doesn't have a bottle or two of this cultural staple in their home.
NO Palm Oil, NO Parabens, NO Phthalates, NO SLS
CLEO Soaps help to remove impurities, rejuvenate your skin, and add a decorative vibe to your home.