Nature gives us genius solutions. Science perfects them. Scientific rigor maximises the efficacy of these and other plant-based ancient indigenous traditional elixirs. The upshot: a sophisticated luxury range that is satisfyingly benefit-driven and powerful in its ability to restore and protect the natural balance of the skin.
Terres d’Afrique is about a passion for nature, for Africa, for travelling the continent, exploring and discovering new plants, places and people. This passion allows us to create truly unique natural skincare and enriching experiences that capture the imagination and encourage people to explore wellness beyond the limits they are familiar with. The true spirit of Africa.
From Africa to the World, discover a new world at the HiO Life in downtown Brooklyn. Located in the trendy Brooklyn Heights borough of New York, you can shop our exclusive range of body oils, bath salts and skin care products designed to restore and energize.
We’re extending our (sustainable) footprint so look out for more locations and partnerships in the USA in the months to come. In the meantime, as a bonus to our US based customers, HiO has an online shop where you can fulfill all of your sustainable beauty needs.
Whether it's cold and dry or hot and humid, change of season can really affect the skin, causing everything from acne breakouts to itchy dry patches, sun damage and sunspots. Extremes in weather – both hot and cold – can exacerbate some existing skin conditions or even cause new ones. Protect the skin’s barrier while restructuring and regenerating skin cells membranes by incorporating Terres d’Afrique’s carefully formulated products into your skincare routine.
Take your body and mind on an escape to Africa. Our new collaboration with renowned luxury hotel group One&Only is a treat for the senses. Cushioned in the foothills of the breathtaking Virunga volcano range in Rwanda, One&Only Gorilla's Nest offers a once-in-a-lifetime, up-close encounter with the rare and majestic endangered mountain gorillas found only in this part of the world, roaming free in its own natural habitat.