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Beauty Independent

Stephan Helary doesn’t have to look far for ingredient inspiration. Plants and trees such as buchu, kigelia and marula depended upon for centuries for medicinal purposes are common in Southern Africa, where the creator and CEO of luxury skincare brand Terres d’Afrique makes his home in South Africa’s largest city, Johannesburg.

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Hypebae

Terres d'Afrique has long been a favorite of skincare lovers in Africa and now the brand is bringing a three-step routine to the United States.

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Women's Health

Resuscitate Hand Balm: Best for Extra Dry Hands. Made with the best native African ingredients, this formula heals even the most callused hands.

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Glass Magazine

What does ethical beauty mean to you? Honesty, transparency and sustainability. When you look at ethical beauty, it’s important to look at where the products are made, organic certification, no animal products or animal testing. We like to communicate clearly to the consumer what’s inside our products and how its sourced, it’s important to be honest.

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GQ

Stylish gifts for the Dads in your life. Myrrh Body Scrub: this Fair Trade sugar and coconut shell scrub will bring dad's skin out of leather-glove territory.

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Forbes

Men’s Grooming And Fashion For A Summer 2020 Vacation. Omumbiri Body Butter: the combination of active ingredients in kigelia - quinones, irridoids, coumarines and flavonoids combined with rooibos extract, work powerfully together to reduce sun spots and sun damage, leaving skin feeling fresh, rejuvenated and hydrated.

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Spa & Beauty Today

Dr. Helary’s interests in plants and ethnobotany led him to found Terres d’Afrique, a brand that uses potent formulations of uniquely African skincare ingredients. We caught up with Dr. Helary to learn more about his journey and the sustainable collection.

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“If normally you just wash your face, moisturize and use lip balm, try adding a serum to your routine,” Daley suggested. “Terres d’Afrique has a beautiful Uplifting Serum ($120) that really works — and I’ve tried so many. I’ve noticed a significant difference since I started using it.”

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GQ

How to Prevent Mask Acne With Your Skincare Routine? The Best Cleansing Face Mask

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