Omo Sade African Skincare & Cosmetics was founded by Fola Sade Tyler and traces its roots back to Sade's grandmothers among the Yoruba people in West Africa. Drawing on botanical traditions handed down through the ages, Sade's house-made shea butters and salt scrubs contain herbal wisdom and cultural heritage in every jar. Need a makeover or just a touch-up for a special night? Sade can help you bring out your best: As a small businesswoman in Harlem since the days of the the Mart 125, Sade puts the "woman" in "woman power!"

INFORMATION

2084 Lexington Avenue (b/t 125th & 126th)

212-996-6300

Wednesdays-Saturdays, 12-7 p.m.; Sundays 12-5 p.m.

www.sadeskincare.com

www.facebook.com/SadeAfricanSkincare

 

playlist at the plaza

Looking for the name of a tune you heard on Sade's playlist at the Uptown Grand Central plaza? Click on the links below and groove along at home:

Kilimanjaro by Miriam Makeba
Traz D'Horizonte by Cesaria Evoria
Olomi Gbe Temi by Ebenezer Obey
Yo Vivire: I Will Survive by Celia Cruz
Sabador by Africando
Never Loved a Man by Aretha Franklin
Ain't Gonna See Us Fall by Sizzla Kolanji
Black Woman & Child by Sizzla Kolanji
Just One of Those Days by Sizzla Kolanji
Hot Flash by The Skatalites
Having A Party by Lee Scratch Perry
Grazing In The Grass by Hugh Masekela
Apartheid is Nazism by Alpha Blondy
Jerusalem by Alpha Blondy
Cocody Rock by Alpha Blondy (featuring the Wailers)
Yellow Fever by Fela Kuti
Lady by Fela Kuti
Army Arrangement by Fela Kuti
I Say A Little Prayer for You by Aretha Franklin
Respect by Aretha Franklin