As a child growing up in Ghana, my mother used unrefined organic Shea butter, Coconut oil, Cocoa Butter oils to make our body creams. She also made our own soaps by using the Cocoa Pods, Plantain back to make our homemade Black Soap known locally as ‘AlataSamina’.
When I travelled to England and could not find any creams on the market to moisturise my skin properly especially during winter seasons, I continued to request my mother to make me creams and soaps.
Danielle & Daisy was started after my first daughter Danielle was born with severe eczema and could not find any product on the market to adequately soothe and even heal her skin. And so, when Daisy (my youngest daughter) was also diagnosed with the dry skin condition, I felt the need to let my mother teach me how to start making the cream and the soap.
I soon stated making products for friends for their skin and hair strictly using unrefined Shea butter, Unrefined Cocoa Butter and Coconut Oil only from Ghana. At Danielle and Daisy, we create our beauty products by using traditional inspired use of unrefined shea butter.
We combine this inspiration with the science of our unconventional formulation process to give our customers the most effective natural products available.
Shea Butter is the bases of most of the products of the Danielle & Daisy brand. We source our Shea Butter directly from women organisations in Ghana - West Africa to help provide economic access to enable the women to feed, clothe and educate their children. Our products are not tested on animals.
Danielle and Daisy products are full of antioxidants and natural oils, it is totally talc and paraben free.
Our products are made with carefully selected natural products Combining these two collections is wonderful even for the most sensitive skin, leaving you looking truly flawless and luminous all day long.
We work to make a positive and meaningful impact in the world, especially in the lives of women, women surviving domestic violence, lone mothers and ethnic minority women.
We also aim to promote social connection with women suffering from dementia and other everything we have done up to this point, our successes and challenges, are connected to our higher purpose which is to impact lives of women and the less privileged.
At Danielle & Daisy, we believe that when people feel and looks good, they ooze positivity, they make positive impact in society.We also believe that when women feel good, they make positive impact in promoting their community.
We work so hard to create products so beautiful, so nourishing and luxurious that will influence how you care for yourself and others in other to make you feel pampered, feel nurtured yet feel energised.
Our ethos is that when people feel and looks good, they ooze positivity, they make positive impact in society. We also believe that when women feel good, they make positive impact in promoting their community.
Our products so beautiful, so nourishing and luxurious that will influence how you care for yourself and others in other to make you feel pampered, feel nurtured and feel energised.
We are inspired by the African village concept of community. This is where women and mothers share experiences to feel empowered, independent and proud is universal.
We begin every single one of our creations with our key ingredient Shea Butter. We ensure to source our ingredients directly from women-run organisations in Ghana. Our partners are women who produce the purest-grade of highest-quality Shea Butter.
Our finished products are made up of expert blend of complementary ingredients to ensure uncompromising quality across the range of skin care products.Universal needs for fulfilment is important to us and we are able to fulfil your beauty needs with one key ingredient – Shea Butter.
We Value Sustainable Supply Chain
We also strive to fulfil the economic needs of our women Shea producers in West Africa through our cross-cultural supply chain. The needs of our customers to heal their hair and skin is fulfilled through our natural and effective formulations.The need to connect women globally, and the need to create an economic pathway for the African women who pick and process Shea nuts to help care and provide for their families.