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Head Chef Muhga's NaturAll Club Story

Happy International Women's, NaturAllistas! It's Head Chef Muhga here. To celebrate, I wanted to share the story of how I went from a college student to the CEO of a Black, woman-owned business. It's a quick watch and also features a very important woman in my life – my little sister!


Did you know NaturAll is one of the only brands that provides fresh, farm to freezer haircare? Have any industry-leading woman-owned businesses you'd like to showcase this month? Let me know in the comments below!

Not only will this help share your favorite businesses with the community, but your favorite business could be chosen for a collab with NaturAll! 

Make sure to take some time today to reflect on all your successes, big or small..and don't forget to be deliciously you!


Looking for a gift for yourself or other women in your life? Check out the fresh treats we serve up daily below!

Fresh Frozé Deep Conditioners

Made with fresh ingredients like avocado, sea moss, and kiwi juice, our Fresh Frozé Treatments are farm-to-freezer crafted to provide maximum hydration to your tresses.

Hydrating Collection

Our Hydrating Collection is perfect for transitioning naturals or those suffering from dryness and breakage. Made with real avocado and kiwi-juice, this collection is sure to lock in moisture and help keep your curls fresh and bouncy.



Muhga Eltigani

Muhga Eltigani

At NaturAll, we create and elevate clean haircare and beauty standards, providing freshly-made products that are better for you and your hair. Sourced from small farmers in Jamaica and Ghana. We source ingredients directly from small farmers in Jamaica and Ghana, so we always know how our ingredients are sourced and exactly who is being supported by our business. We are proud to support Black farmers and small businesses around the world. We believe that what goes on your body is as important as what goes in it. Too many hair products are made with synthetic ingredients that are irritating, damaging, or even hazardous, and the problem is worse in hair products marketed to Black women.

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