To ensure Nigerians enjoy the benefits of natural products and avoid harmful substances capable of destroying their skin, Mariposa Nature Skincare has launched a range of skincare commodities into the country to boost healthy living.
Mariposa Nature Skincare, is a newly rebranded product great for oily skin and perfect for the Nigerian weather. Over time, Mariposa Nature Skincare has become a skincare favourite crafted entirely from natural ingredients and herbs, many handpicked in Africa. This skin care will have you feeling refreshed and silky smooth.
According to the CEO of the skin clinic, Miss. Nwajiobi Peace Ngozi, the beauty company was born to provide quality esthetic service.
“With Mariposa Nature Skincare products, you get the high quality, natural and organic ingredients your skin needs without the chemical and synthetic irritants it doesn’t.
“That makes us the first choice for health and eco-conscious consumers and people with sensitivities, rosacea, eczema and other skin problems.
“If you’re looking for all natural, high-quality skin care products that are affordable and easy to use, you’ve come to the right place. Our skin care products help soften wrinkles and make your skin smooth and radiant. ou’ll experience natural beauty from the finest ingredients on earth and results you can see.”
“Our products are designed to make a major difference in the appearance of your skin.
“It will also interest you to know that, Mariposa Nature Skincare is 100% natural and organic and the company priority is seeing their client getting visible result from their products.
“It’s all about delivering high level of effective, potent ingredients and utilizing the best that science and nature can deliver.
“It’s that moisturizer you feel will work after using it for the very first time even if its peanut size and the fact that it’s indigenous is a huge plus.
“People who have used our products have testified of its potency, quality, texture and their good judgement serves us our everyday ‘stew’. We get over 5000 requests all over Nigeria and 6 different countries on yearly basis” Ngozi concluded.
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