Chebe Hair Paste is Made with 100% Natural Ingredients Including Authentic Chébé Powder from The Republic of Chad in Central Africa.
Chebe Hair Paste – Made with beef fat (tallow). Traditionally women in Chad use beef fat with their Chebe. This paste has essential oils to mask the tallow smell and enhance your experience. Chebe hair paste takes the guesswork out of the Chebe application, making this easier and more convenient than the Chebe powder. Contains vitamins A, B12, and other hair nutrients. M-P411
Chebe (pronounced shea bay) powder is a traditional hair growth remedy from Chad, Africa. It has been used for generations to increase hair growth and prevent breakage. All natural, and only available from plants in this remote part of Africa.
Chebe is the secret to very long hair in Chad. In Chad women’s hair often goes past their waist. For African women elsewhere, this length of hair is almost never seen. Moisturizes hair and prevents breakage.
The Basara Arab women in Chad are known to have very long hair. They cover their hair in a homemade mixture that keeps their hair super moisturized and lubricated which is the reason given for why they say their hair never breaks; even from childhood.
This is made with ingredients that are only found in Chad and Sudan. Unlike shea butter and other hair moisturizers, Chebe penetrates the hair shaft to prevent breakage like nothing else. Also de-tangles easily making hair easier to manage.
Chebe Powder, Beef Tallow, Ostrich Oil, Essential Oils of Rosemary, Lavender, and Peppermint
How Chebe is made
- The Chebe seeds, mahellaba soubianne, and cloves are individually grilled and separated. Then individually ground into a fine powder in a sort of mortar and pestle set up and those ground powders are also separated.
- The Hair Grease and scented oil are mixed together in a separate container and set aside
- The powders are then combined in the same mortar and mixed together, a few spoonfuls of the oil/grease mixture are added in and the container is set aside, then that is all mixed together giving the once fine powder a texture closer to the soil.
- The Missic and Resin are then ground together into a powder and added to the “soil-like” mixture.
How to use:
- Dampen your hair.
- Apply the Chebe paste to the hair.
- Re-braid the hair. Once the braiding is done, wet it again with water.
- For best results, repeat the routine every 3 to 5 days.