When Mozambican entrepreneur Celmira Amade, came to study international business in England, her skin was not ready for the English climate and in turn it got unevenly toned, dry and blemished virtually overnight. She used makeup as a temporary solution until she was offered a “skin bleaching” cream, which then made her realise that she had to do something

She used her grandmothers Mozambican beauty recipes to create the face mask product, TSAKA. The face mask is the first product in the skincare line. The cream has rare plant extracts from the Olacaceae family which is only found in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Madagascar.

It deep cleanses, detoxifies and smooths the skin without clogging your pores. It is also anti-inflammatory and minimises post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation.

Celmira regularly travels to Mozambique, where her suppliers are located, and gives 2% of the profit to the communities where the ingredients are sourced.

You can buy the face mask here.

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Author : Dadawele Mniki (Online Writer)


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