Leading beauty care brand Makari De Suisse has made an entry into the Ghanaian market.
A short, informal ceremony to officially sign off a publicity deal between officials of the company and Africa’s fastest growing media group, EIB Network, was held at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra on Saturday.
Chief Executive Officer of the EIB Network, and some team members from his group including Group Marketing Manger, Jeff Sowa as well as LIVE FM’s Berla Mundi and Starr FM’s Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku, were in attendance.
A major launch to officially introduce the brand to the Ghanaian market will be held soon, official say.
Manufactured in Switzerland and prominent in Europe for nearly a decade, Makari De Suisse’s treatments are designed to address the many skin concerns caused by the overproduction of melanin and hyperpigmentation experienced by men and women of darker complexion. The line of high quality products are said to bring life to old skin.
The inspiring success stories from customers keep Makari De Suisse firm in their commitment to avoid the use of harmful chemicals such as bleach or hydroquinone. Makari’s products contain Vegeclairine – a strong anti-oxidant which fights free radicals and combats the signs of aging. This high grade botanical complex diminishes the production of melanin naturally without harmful side effects.
Sold in over 50 countries worldwide, Makari De Suisse works to treat and help maintain a beautiful, clear complexion by offering a complete line of products which synergistically fulfil any beauty regimen helping to maintain healthy, beautiful skin.
Makari has revolutionised the skin care for dark skin by combining traditional Africa, pan-African and Asian remedies with modern cosmetology. Makari’s products contain natural botanic ingredients that have been used for hundreds of years to make dark skin beautiful. Makari country representative and C.E.O of Royal Body Care, Mrs Gifty Essien is excited about partnering to bring the highest and best quality products to Ghana.