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Five Nigerian Skincare Brands You Have To Try

Good morning, beautiful! Today we will be sharing five Nigerian skincare brands that you have to try out. We realise that getting your hands on your favourite skincare products might be hard, given the recent events plaguing the country.


Over the past month, Nigeria has gained a lot of notoriety online. A US official recently came out to condemn Nigerians for the cyber crimes hundreds of Nigerian men committed.


In addition to that, there have been rumours of the government pushing back on importation, particularly products ordered online. Apparently, a 5% charge will be added to all online purchases.


Unfortunately, while women are not responsible for the problems facing this country, the consequences of the actions of a few selfish men find their way to trickle down to us in one way or another. If you would like to keep your coins and your glow, here are five made-in-Nigeria skincare brands to help you do that.


1. Arami Essentials


Arami Essentials is a company that produces handcrafted products in small batches using natural ingredients from Africa. These ingredients, renowned for their effectiveness, have been tried and tested over time by generations of women. Shop Arami Essentials here.


2. R&R Luxury

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Founded by Beauty Entrepreneur Valerie Obaze in 2010, just after the birth of her daughter Rebecca Rose from whom the brand takes its name, R&R has since garnered international recognition in the world of luxury beauty and has won several awards for the excellence of its range of beauty products. Shop R&R Luxury here.


3. Shea Tribe

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Another Nigerian skincare brand you can try is Shea Tribe. Shea Tribe aims to show the world that true beauty comes from within and is all around us. They are a company proudly made in Nigeria that creates 100% organic and handmade skincare and grooming products. Shop Shea Tribe here.


4. Ajali Handmade Naturals


Ajali is a conscientious skincare company that also uses 100% organic skincare products. Their entire range is completely natural, preservative-free and lovingly made by hand, right here in Nigeria. They not only make skincare products but also the tools with which to use them. Shop Ajali here.


5. Cocoshe Beauty


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Lastly, we have Cocoshe Beauty. Unlike the other brands, Cocoshe Beauty is a budding business that specialises in essential oils and black soaps. The products from this brand are also handmade. You can order their products right from their Instagram page.


That’s it for our list. We hope you find what you are looking for and that you can preserve your glow in these hard times.


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About The Author

Tokoni is a content writer and screenwriter who is passionate about stories and social issues. When she's not tapping away at her keyboard, she's a committed foodie with an eye for style and interior decor.

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