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Ajimi by OnyinyeOlufunmi uses natural, nature derived and organic ingredients to produce safe African: hair care products, skin care products, food spices, makeup and oils.

We started as a small individual brand that has now evolved to a sisters owned brand that combine nature and science to produce healthy and wholesome products for our consumers.

Most of our products are organic and locally sourced from rural farmers in Nigeria. We do this to provide the best and also support local small scale farmers. For a list of all our products, please check the shop.


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Honey is available in the shop. To order, please send us a message.

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