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Natural Skin and Hair Care For Black Women #NYR23


Greetings and welcome to another episode of Naturally You Radio!!!!

In this episode, I’m joined by Sherilyn Dos Santos, founder of Pure Goodness who’s sharing with us the importance of natural skin and hair care for black women, from her years of experience creating her own natural holistic skin and hair care products.

During the interview, we spoke about: 
* Her Story
* The 3 ingredients that helped her love natural products
* 3 Ingredients to avoid in products and why
* Effects of longterm use of dangerous ingredients for black women
* Being a self employed mother
& Much more

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Take care and stay healthy


The Naturally You Coach

About the Author: Leah Salmon, The Naturally You Coach, is a bestselling author, speaker, nutritionist, live blood analyst and life coach, focused on womb & pregnancy health and premature birth prevention & on a mission to help 100,000 black women to eat for health, think for happiness and live in harmony by 2020 or what she calls Becoming Naturally You. She does this through her clinic, books, programs, coaching, events, workshops, videos, articles and a free weekly ezine.

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  1. Tiffanie Franklin

    Dear Leah,
    I’m in the States and I want to become a doula because my cousin is expecting in November! Do you offer this type of training?

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