Frequently Asked Questions
How many mls are in the Cocoa Africk fragrances?
Cocoa Africk Fragrances come in 100mls we believe the bigger the better.
How do I become a wholesaler or Distributor?
To become one of our distributors it’s really easy, email us (email@example.com) or Click HERE to fill out an online form. Once we receive your enquiry form we will send you a form to fill out, email it straight back to us. We then process the application quickly.
What material is my bag made of?
Our bags are made out of PU Leather and are hard wearing and have a luxurious feel and a definite head turner.
Where is my nearest distributor or wholesaler?
Send us an online message with your location, we will respond with the contact details of your nearest distributor. Contact here.
What colours do the bags come in?
The Bags come in Black, Blue Red, Orange, White, Tan, and dark Brown for the tote bags,
While the Flap Bags come in Tan and Black, Nude and Red, Nude and Blue.
How do I clean my bag?
Its best to avoid alcohol based cleaners or sprays directly on the bags. Keeping the bags clean from dust bag is also included in the purchase of our hand bags.
How do I look after the gold chain on my bag?
The chains need to be cleaned from time to time with a soft dry material, avoiding liquids or alcohol based cleaning products or sprays.
Which countries do we deliver to?
We deliver in the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world, Additional charges will apply.
What methods of payment do we accept?
We accept the following methods of payments.
Cash on Delivery
Is online payment secure?
We use one of the safest online payment system on the market. Data transferred online such as credit card number are encrypted using the strictest security standard (SSL v3). We do not store any of your card details
What is the estimated delivery date?
We work tirelessly to get your product to you same day delivery if possible. We may not be able to achieve this in all cases depending your location, we however strive to get your delivery to you between 3-7 working days in Europe and Africa and longer for the rest of the world.