Author: frenchica

Moringa leaves and powder

Moringa: Miracle tree, Magic oil and powder

Some african ingredients are very well known for having been used in a huge quantity of products. Despite the fact that it has not been really brought to the credit of this continent, it is still a very common knowledge that they sure are african. Meanwhile, other african ingredients...

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Frenchica’s vision and how to build it together

Hi guys It’s been a while since i last published but guess what? I was busy sorting all things out to be able to move to the US to build Frenchica. Because yes, for such dream, we need to be in a very dynamic entrepreneurial environment, in a place...

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Mango, when nature nurtures twice with a single fruit

Among all fruits, we think about juicy exotic fruits taht taste delicious, Mango will soon erupt to the mind and we are right. Who could think of a more delicious way to calm hunger, thirst and excite our taste? But besides being a symbol of complete pleasure of every...

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Baobob and its fruit

Baobab, the tree of life

This magestic tree is among the first symbol that comes to mind when one speak about Africa, generally right after wild animals, sunny skys, raw landscapes, and starving kids. If many stereotypes are rather negatives, Baobab is called the tree of life, and this is well deserved. Indeed, this...

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Shea Butter

Why Shea butter is a magic ingredient

In general, if we should choose or think about one ingredient that symbolises Africa, it would be shea butter. We all have heard about it, we know about its hydration qualities, brands have used it, spoken about it, built story-telling about it, so it seems quite common. But still,...

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French and African beauties

What makes us special?

Nowadays, people have so many options for beauty and personal care, there are so many brands that one could think why should anybody create another brand? What could we possibly invent, how could we still innovate, propose anything fresh and new? When I decided to launch Frenchica, I wanted...

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frenchiha inclusive beauty

This is what inclusive beauty looks like

As a kid growing up in the late 70-80’s in Paris. I got used not to see myself (or girls who look like me) portrayed by the medias; I remember me at 5 years old, watching my reflection in the mirror, touching those soft hair that seemed to have...

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