FAQs

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WARNING: PLEASE CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE USE IF YOU HAVE CHRONIC SKIN DISORDERS SUCH AS ECZEMA, PSORIASIS, CELLULITIS, OR ANY OTHER SKIN DISORDER. 

 

Are the body butter and scrub products for everyone?

  • Yes, our products are made for everyone in mind, it can be used on men, women and children of all ages, ethnicities, and skin types. We use all natural products and organic ingredients. We recommend discontinuing use if you notice skin irritations. 


    What is the shelf life of the body butters?

    •  Our body butters after opening can last six months to a year. It should be kept in a cool dry area to prevent it from melting or overheating. 


      What is the shelf life of the body scrubs? 

      • Our body scrubs we recommend three to six months. We recommend using a fresh batch every two months so no longer than six months. 


        Will there be more products? 

        • Yes! Stay tuned for more products dropping in the future. Feel free to leave any suggestions on our Instagram page.


          How do I order? 

          • Simply add your desired products into your cart by clicking on the 'Add to Cart' or 'Buy it Now' Button. We accept Apple Pay, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Paypal and more! If there any more questions, that are unanswered please feel free to contact us.


            Do you offer discount codes or free shipping? 

            • Yes, we offer the option to pick up orders for New York City local residents. Use the code PICKUP for 10% your purchase and an email will be sent on where to pick up the orders. We do not offer free shipping on orders at the current moment. We also cater to international countries and shipping must be paid for by customer. 


                     What does Ada Zuri mean?

              • Ada in Nigeria translates to first daughter or girl. It is common in the Igbo tribe in Nigeria. The name Zuri is of Swahili origin and means "Beautiful" and "good". 


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