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The one stop shop for high quality ethically sourced natural ingredients from Southern Africa.
We bring age old African botanical beauty and health secrets to modern science. We work with public and private sector partners to offer the best quality products to our customers whilst ensuring sustainability and fairness in practices along our value chain.
The authentic African ingredients producer.
KaZa Natural Oils, a leading specialist producer of selected certified natural African plant products. Founded in 2016, the company boasts many successes in its young life. We work with rural producer communities throughout Southern Africa to supply high quality organic oils, extracts and plant products to the global cosmetics and ingredients market.
We engage in ethical sourcing, sustainable harvesting and fair trading with all our wild plant collectors, offering them better livelihood options. Our products are fully organically certified and meet the highest international quality standards.
A golden-yellow seed oil with a subtle, nutty odour. Containing almost equal quantities of oleic, palmitic and linoleic acids, as well as significant quantities of alpha-linolenic fatty acid and gamma tocopherol, baobab oil is known for its moisturising abilities.
A clear pale-yellow kernel oil, prized for centuries by African women for its remarkable skincare properties. Marula oil is known for its exceptional oxidative stability, and is widely used in anti-aging formulations based on its free radical scavenging antioxidants and its high oleic acid content.
From the harsh, arid Kalahari desert comes a wild melon whose ability to survive in the driest of conditions is attributed to compounds in its seed oil that actively mop up toxic hydroxyl radicals, creating a potent anti-aging cosmetic oil. High in linoleic acid.
An exceptionally silky, non-drying oil that contains xymenynic acid, a unique fatty acid known for its powerful anti-inflammatory, vasokinetic and vasodilative properties. Ximenia oil has a long history of traditional use in Africa for softening and moisturising dry skin.
A semi-solid creamy butter at ambient temperature, similar in appearance to Shea butter. Mafura butter has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties due to the presence of limonoids such as Trichilin-A, combined with high levels of free radical scavenging ability.
Mongongo (also called Manketti) oil comes from a tree seed common in the upper reaches of the Kavango and Zambezi rivers. Much-prized for its skincare and hair care properties, Mongongo oil is high in alpha-eleostearic acid, which reacts with UV light to form a protective layer on the surface of the skin or hair.
Kigelia africana, the sausage tree has a rich history of traditional use in Africa as a medicinal plant especially for skin ailments. Kigelia extracts are highly valued by cosmetic scientists for their abilities to restore youth and vitality to sun-damaged skin, even out skin tone and clear up patches of uneven pigmentation.
Myrothamnus flabellifolia, the resurrection bush, a medicinal plant indigenous to Southern Africa possesses many medicinal compounds which make resurrection extract a potent anti-ageing ingredient in cosmetic formulations.
Lippia javanica, Zumbani as it is commonly known in Zimbabwe is a wild occurring annual shrub that grows throughout Southern Africa. Its’ leaves are popularly used as a herbal tea. Extracts from the leaves have been used as cosmetic ingredients owing to the antioxidant properties for polyphenols present in the leaves.
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