Shea Butter Baby

Zambo Aroma is the Shea Butter House of the Bronx.

As many of your know, we create all of our products in our store at 3848 White Plains Road in the Bronx, New York. We’re incredibly proud of our accomplishments and love the community that we’ve established. As a way to show greater support for creatives, we partnered with a few of our friends to create beautiful artwork.

Check out this beautiful dance performance by the talented O’Shae “Sage” Sibley. As a dancer, wath as he flexs, twirls, vogues, and more in our physical store. Shot and edited by Kevyn Mines. The soulful song is Ari Lennox – Shea Butter Baby.

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Zambo Aroma’s Community Standards

The following is a set of guidelines we work and live by to create the space we want to be in. These community standards apply to Zambo Aroma employees, volunteers, customers, and interactions with outsiders. If you’re reading this and think it applies to you… it probably does. That’s okay. It can be worked on. We want people to be their best, accountable selves.

Black-Owned Business

Say It Loud!

We’re Black and We’re Proud.


Black-owned businesses originated in America within Free African, American, and Slave communities. Logistically during much of slavery, Blacks weren’t permitted to own anything clearly not even their body). Many people had trades and skills that were used to improve the standard of living for White people in the country. During the Reconstruction Era (1863-1877), Blacks were permitted to operate businesses within the White American structure. By the 1890s there were thousands of African-American small businesses across the country.