How a Barbadian is a star in Texas? Shukura Naturorganics, hair’s to you!

If the name Abigail Wickham sounds like she was born in the island of Barbados, you’d be right – she only moved to Texas a few years ago. While exploring the job market (which became difficult to say the least) she decided, while waiting for the perfect job to come along, to explore her passion of crafting and mixing.

{IMAGE} Shukura means thankfulness or gratefulness. It is a virtue that we should show each and every day for the small gifts we are given…

What began as a personal journey, quickly turned into an in-demand side business with family, friends, and co-workers as her first customers. All the products are handmade, in a safe, sterile environment, in small batches with only the highest quality herbal, botanical, and imported ingredients. She take pride in the ability to formulate high-quality products with integrity, love, and a deep rooted interest in doing the best for women and children with natural hair (and men too!).

Abigail states;- “I am committed to producing superior products which actually work! Each product I made with a low PH. Only the highest quality ingredients and extracts are sourced and used. My philosophy is that I passionately believe that pure beauty shouldn’t cost the earth. Great care and attention goes into developing every product and we only test on ourselves, never on animals! We are one of the few independently owned beauty companies which mean we will never compromise our ethos or our brand.”

Shukura‘s goal in creating body & bath lotions, Hair Creams, & Dry Skin Therapy moisturizers was to develop a creamy, rich, emollient product that replenishes the skin with vitamins and natural moisture – a product that is far superior to those in the main stream today. We know you care about what goes onto your skin, and that is why this Barbadian created a number of lotions without the use of unnecessary chemicals.

All of Shukura‘s Product-line are created using a unique blend of nature’s most precious oils which include but is not limited to: Flax Seed Oil, Macadamia Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Kukui Nut Oil, Hemp Neem Oil, Argan Oil, along with Sweet Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, and Coconut Oil. Cocoa, Butter, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Wheat Oil, Barley Oil, and Nettle Oil.

Follow on Instagram

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.


add a comment

Some HTML is OK

or, reply to this post via trackback.

  • 1 IMG 20220525 WA0014
  • GenacBB Web Ads 336 x 280
  • TSSG Report Workshop
  • BR2 If you saw this then you came to the best place to get seen