How these 7 beauty entrepreneurs make good money in S.A

How 7 beauty entrepreneurs make good money in S.A 

South Africa is known for its entrepreneurial spirit and these young beauty entrepreneurs make good money in South Africa. 

A positive sign we see, is beauty products for black skins, by black women. 

Below we look at the new beauty entrepreneurs of South Africa. 

1. Amanda du-Pont

Brand: Lelive, a vegan skincare range.

Image & Instagram:

Product Range: 

  • Cleansers;
  • Serums;
  • Treatments;
  • Moisturizers.

Product details:

A vegan skincare range, made of 95% natural ingredients.

Lelive Product Stockists:

Wellness Warehouse, Takealot,  Superbalist, arc., Shop Zero, Selah Vida, Harvest Table, STRL, or shop at the Lelive website.

2. Mbali Sebapu

Brand: Hermosa Flor

Image & Instagram: @hermosa_flor_cosmetics

Product Range: 

  • Serums;
  • Skin Cleansers;
  • Brow Pencil;
  • Brow Gel;
  • Eyelashes;
  • Lipsticks;
  • Eyeshadow palettes;
  • Make-up application brushes – and more.

Previous employer: South African National Defence Force 

Hermosa Flor Products are Sold at:

Hermosa Flor Website

3. Boity Thulo

Brand partnership: Halo Heritage

Image & Instagram: @haloheritage

Product Range: 

  • Boity Pink Sapphire Eau de Parfum;
  • Hair gel;
  • Shampoo;
  • Conditioner;
  • Hair bundles;
  • Extensions;
  • Wigs

“As a black female entrepreneur, I feel privileged and honoured to be able to inspire other young black women to work hard and to move unapologetically towards their dreams and goals.

“I’m constantly working to create BRANDS that celebrate the multifaceted woman who is in charge of her destiny.” – Boity Thulo

Proud Moment: Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 

Boity Thulo Product Stockists:

Takealot, Clicks, Edgars, Retailing Africa

4. Amanda Manku

Brand: “AmaScent”

Image & Instagram: @amascent

Product Range:

  • Fragrances for men and women. 

“..with the aim of assisting those who wanted to have an extra income and of course those who LOVE to smell good. @amascent we have a variety of fragrances for men and women inspired by some of your popular scents” – Amanda Manku to IOL.

Claim to Fame: South African actress and sports presenter. Starring as Lizzy Thobagkale on “Skeem Saam”. 

Amanda Manku Estimated Net Worth: $200,000.

5. Vuyisile Zondi

Brand: Corium Naturals, natural and traditional skincare 

Image & Instagram: @coriumskincare

Ingredients: Sourced from raw materials from Africa. For example, her African 

Product Range:

  • Face mask brush;
  • Exfoliating Scrub;
  • Black Soaps;
  • Shea Butter;
  • Body Butter;
  • Face Mist;
  • Serums;
  • Toner;
  • Oils.

“We only use natural ingredients in our products. No artificial colourants, fragrances, petroleum – these are irritants that can do harm long term, especially if you’ve got sensitive skin. If ingredients on a product look like Greek, they’re probably not good.” – Vuyi Zondi on Corium Naturals

Corium Naturals Stockists:

Superbalist, Zando,

Shop from Corium Naturals Website.

Instagram: @coriumskincare

6. Lea Botha

Brand: Le Naturel, indigenous medicinal plant-based products.

Image & Instagram: @le.naturel

Product Range:

  • Serum;
  • Natural Wash;
  • Lotion.

Le Naturel Product Stockists:

Boschendal, Barrington’s, LA Cle or the Le Naturel Website.

We only use the highest quality raw ingredients, sustainably sourced in South Africa – contributing to the agricultural development and protection of indigenous plants which serve us in so many ways. Medicinally, therapeutically and spiritually” – Lea on Le Naturel.

7. Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, a.k.a “Makhadzi”

Brand: Mavoda

Image & Instagram: @mavodasa

Product Range:

  • Lip Balm;
  • Body lotions; 
  • Petroleum jelly.

Mavoda website.

How these 7 beauty entrepreneurs make good money in S.A 
How these 7 beauty entrepreneurs make good money in S.A 

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