The List of Cosmetics in Kumasi, Ghana

Looking for the Best Cosmetics in Kumasi, Ghana? Find the List of the Best Cosmetics in Kumasi, Ghana on Our Business Directory. Top Cosmetics in Kumasi, Cosmetics Near Me.
Looking for the Best Cosmetics in Kumasi, Ghana? Find the List of the Best Cosmetics in Kumasi, Ghana on Our Business Directory. Top Cosmetics in Kumasi, Cosmetics Near Me.
We found 5 companies

GREEN CHOICE ENTERPRISE

18F KROBO (AFRANCHO), Kumasi
PROFILE GREEN CHOICE ENTERPRISE is a manufacturing, and trading service company that manufactures a wide range of Soap(natural soap) Detergent and other cosmetic products for distribution across Ghana...
 Verified+8  Years with us
1

Exotic Body Reshape & Beauty Consultancy

Adum,Behind Aseda-House,Opposite Beige Capital, Kumasi
Exotic Body Reshape Centre in Kumasi, brings you great slimming method for a fat reduction and a body sculpting with immediate results! This non-invasive, fat reducing, non-wounding body sculping and ...
 Verified+10  Years with us
2

Sandy-Bay Ltd

622 Osei-Tutu Blvd (Tech Road) Opposite Goil Station, near Maxima Junction,, Kumasi
 Verified
3

M. RAFFI VENTURES

BOX 14429 ADUM, Kumasi
M. Raffi Ventures is a wholly own Ghanaian based Automobile and cosmetics company located at Plot 21 Block 11 Aboabo Extension close to Airport, Kumasi. We deal in the import and sales of vehicles and...
 Verified+6  Years with us
4

Willie K. Ent.

Old John Sarbah Rd., Kumasi

Cosmetics in Ghana are widely used by both men and women to enhance their beauty. They range from traditional products like kohl, which is used to darken the eyes, and shea butter, which is used to moisturize and protect the skin, to more modern products like lipsticks, eye shadows, and foundation. In recent years, the cosmetics industry in Ghana has grown significantly, with an increase in the availability of high-quality, affordable products. Consumers in Ghana now have access to a wide variety of international and local brands, including L’Oreal, Maybelline, and Nivea.

The introduction of modern cosmetics has allowed Ghanaian women to experiment with different looks and styles, leading to a rise in self-expression and creativity. Additionally, the industry has created jobs for many Ghanaians, providing economic opportunities for both individuals and communities.

Overall, cosmetics in Ghana are an important part of the culture, giving people the freedom to express themselves and helping to create economic opportunities. With the continued growth of the industry, it is likely that the use of cosmetics in Ghana will only increase.
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