Product Review: Eya Naturals


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Clarissa Bannor of Get Out There PR  sent me some Eya Naturals products last month to review here on my blog. I was sent the Eya Naturals Basic Essentials Hair Care Set pictured below.

eya naturals

About Eya Naturals

Eya Naturals is committed to working with, and building the local community and hence only sources their raw unrefined Shea Butter and African Black Soap from a women’s co-op in Northern Ghana. Thereby assisting in providing income to this women-only group.

My Review

Eya Naturals Shea Body and Hair Butter

Eya-Naturals-Shea-Body-and-Hair-Butter review

Handmade Item.

Ingredients: Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Fragrance, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil

My Thoughts: I started off with the Eya Naturals Shea Body and Hair Butter. It couldn’t have come at a better time since my Shea Moisture lotion had just finished. This was my favorite product from the set. It smelled AMAZING! I finished the whole container. I like that there was a lot of cream inside of there. It had the same ingredients as my Shea moisture cream with the exception of the fragrance ingredient. I  loved this product and how it made me smell. I used it all over my body, my hair and my edges. It moisturized my hair and skin. It wasn’t greasy and  it didn’t feel heavy. #GoodStuff


Eya Naturals Black Soap Shampoo

Eya Naturals Black Soap Shampoo product review

Handmade Item.

Ingredients: Palm Kennel oil, shea butter, coconut oil, Moringa Oil, Distilled Water, Fragrance, Essential Oil Blend, African Black Soap with Cocoa, Palm kennel, Neem Oil, Ph adjuster

My Thoughts: I am not a fan of black soap regardless of the brand. It always leaves my hair feeling stripped of moisture. If you don’t mind the stripped feeling of black soap, I can assure you this will cleanse your hair. I had crochet braids in my hair for almost two months and I had not washed my hair during this time. This black soap shampoo thoroughly cleansed my hair and scalp. They both felt squeaky clean afterwards.


Eya Naturals Hot Oil Treatment

Eya Naturals Hot Oil Treatment product review

Handmade Item.

Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Essential Oil Blend, Fragrance

My Thoughts: I used the hot oil treatment along with the conditioner below (Eya Naturals Detangling Conditioner) after washing my hair. I wanted to put moisture back into my hair since it felt stripped. I did rinse it out after 15 minutes. A little goes a long way since it is thick and heavy. It really coats the hair.


Eya Naturals Detangling Conditioner

Eya Naturals Detangling Conditioner

Handmade Item.

Ingredients: Distilled Water, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Fragrance, Rosemary Essential Oil, Preservative, Ph adjuster

My Thoughts: My hair doesn’t react well to products containing cetearyl alcohol so this product didn’t work well for me.



Eya Naturals Leave-in Lotion

Eya Naturals Leave-in Lotion product review

Handmade Item.

Ingredients: Distilled water, Shea butter, Coconut oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Preservative, Vitamin E, Lavender Oil, Fragrance

My Thoughts: I put this in my hair after blow drying it but that wasn’t a good idea since it is water based. I felt that it dried out my hair. I usually stay away from water based leave in products anyways. Like the product above, it contained Cetearyl Alcohol which doesn’t work well on my hair.


Final Thoughts

I would use the Eya Naturals Shea Body and Hair Butter again, as well as the Eya Naturals Hot Oil Treatment. Those were the products that worked best for my skin and hair.

Thank You

I want to thank Clarissa Bannor of Get Out There PR and Eya Naturals for sending me this set of products to review.

If you’re interested in purchasing this set or some of the products in this set, they’re available on Eya Naturals Etsy shop here. Below is the official website and social media platforms for Eya Naturals.




Thank you for reading and have a great weekend:-)

~Amma Mama



1 Comment
  • Amma
    March 17, 2016

    She also has (had?) an aloe vera mist spray that was everything… not sure where it went in the product line up but it was a great way to revive my hair in twists or when I was doing an LCO… Cool review!

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