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Scientific Name:Kigelia africana
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Warning ⚠️ : This oil is not recommended for women with breast lumps.
Kigelia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae. The genus consists of only one specie, Kigelia africana.
Also known as the sausage tree, it grows a poisonous fruit that is up to 60 cm (2 feet) long, weighs about 7 kg (15 pounds), and resembles a sausage in a casing.
Our Kigelia Oil is sourced from Mozambique and is well known for its firming and invigorating properties, especially for the female breasts, kigelia is said to strengthen and beautify them. Kigelia also helps repair collagen and is indicated for skin problems, such as spots, insect bites, etc.
Our kigelia oil is cold pressed.
For the skin
Gravity getting you down? Still believing there is no way to defy gravity? Think again.
Kigelia Africana has long been used by the women of Southern Africa to firm the skin. The fruit contains powerful skin firming constituents including kigelione and powerful plant sterols. Apply kigelia oil to face to reverse the effects of aging.
Women of Southern Africa have used kigelia for thousands of years to maintain the firmness of their bust and skin despite spending hours in direct sunlight.
Kigelia Africana can be used to clarify, brighten and firm skin and reduce signs of aging like hyperpigmentation fine lines, and wrinkles.
This odd looking fruit, often called sausage fruit, contains powerful anti-aging and anti-inflammatory constituents.
Kigelia is used for enlargement by men and women. It improves the development of the breast in women, and increases the size of the penis in men.
How to use:
Massage a few drops of the oil onto freshly washed skin. Repeat 1-2 times daily.
Mix 1 teaspoon of kigelia powder to any carrier oil. Massage on the desired body part.
Kigelia oil/ powder can be used alone or with shea butter massaged on the areas to be treated.
• Imported 100% raw from Mozambique ✓
• Carefully Packed in Nigeria ✓
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