Seaje' Hair & Bodycare - Seaje' your way!
Seaje’ (pronounced CJ) Hair & Bodycare is a Black owned family business offering exciting options for those looking for natural skin and hair care products.
Seaje' offers all natural and natural based multi-functional products (moisturize, condition, damage repair etc.) for routine maintenance and daily styling that are "all in one" and easy to use...minus harmful fillers.
Seaje' Hair & Bodycare is all about versatility and creativity, making Black hair care products for relaxed hair as well, so no matter how you choose to wear your hair, you can still Seaje' your way! Our great all natural skin care products keep your skin healthy, soft, moisturized and smelling good.
With all Seaje' products, a little goes a long way as the effects on your hair and skin are long lasting...giving you more bang for your buck! Our motto: We believe in promoting hair growth as well as maintaining hair and skin health by all means natural!
Disclaimer: Our products are made with a variety of African, Indian and Brazilian butters and plant based oils. Please be mindful if you have nut allergies and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific questions about our products.
Tell us how you Seaje' your way!
Love the body butters! Leaves my skin soft for hours on end. I'm hooked!
The Root and Scalp treatment did a magnificent job softening my hair, especially the hard to comb out roots.
Smells wonderful and melts right into your skin.
Been using all natural body butters and Root and Scalp treatment from Seaje' and it's my all time favorite, I use it on my face and body!
Seaje' gives back!
Not only are we passionate about making quality products, we are also passionate about Autism education and acceptance. Seaje' Hair & Bodycare has partnered with the non-profit, AU-Some Parents, Inc. to enhance its mission of supporting African American parents of Autistic children as well as spreading Autism education in communities of color. A percentage of sales proceeds are donated to AU-Some Parents, Inc. You can learn more info about the non-profit here: