Natural & handmade
At Moskito we create gentle skin care products by combining the best natural ingredients. Our products contain shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, sunflower oil, essential oils, bees wax, and tallow.
LUSH BODY BUTTER
Simple combination of unrefined shea butter and cocoa butter makes a perfectly smooth and nourishing skin butter. Unscented naturally has a milk chocolatey scent. Mystic Africa and Sunshine Citrus; are enriched with with pure and delicious essential oils.
Cold pressed unrefined Tanzanian coconut oil. So fresh and pure, lovely for cosmetic use and it’s also edible.
Handmade hand sanitiser enhanced with antimicrobial essential oils and moisturising glycerine. This smells great and is always convenient to have on hand!
Natural skin loving balm made with locally sourced beeswax and skin loving oils. A great general use balm, especially useful to soothe skin after a long day in the Africa sun.
PERFUME BODY SPRAY
These body sprays are long lasting and come in a variety of unique fragrances; floral, exotic, fruity, and musky. These offer great value for money for delicious perfumes.
These lip balms are made with beeswax, sunflower, and cocoa butter. They leave your lips hydrated and make a lovely gloss. Available in cherry, guava, chocolate, and burnt orange!
Natural & locally made…..
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