Top 5 Successful SA Female Owned Beauty Brands. The beauty industry has been growing all over the world and South African female entrepreneurs recognised this trend and managed to establish their own brands in this highly competitive industry. Below are the Top 5 Successful SA Female Owned Beauty Brands.
Portia M™ Skin Solutions is a privately black owned, led and managed, Centurion based company which was established in the year 2011. The company’s vision is to become a leading skin care and cosmetics brand in Africa and the world at large, specializing in quality skin care with locally sourced ingredients.
Hermosa Flor is a cosmetic brand made for women by women. Derived from the Spanish meaning beautiful flower, Hermosa Flor Cosmetics aims to empower and radiate the strength that exists in its core existence one glowing beat at a time. Beauty to to the brand means being comfortable in one’s own skin and the magical moments they create when they feel confident.
Nativechild is a natural hair & bodycare brand, created for the under served needs of women of color. The brand is passionate about both Hair & Health. It developed & locally manufacture a natural-based hair care system specifically formulated for the needs of Afro, Kinky, Ethnic type hair.
Nilotiqa offers a solution to allow black women to retain moisture that is necessary for healthy hair maintenance and healthy hair growth. Whether their hair is in protective styling, an au natural fro, or whether they are transitioning, the company’s goal is to help keep its clients hair as healthy as possible. Created by a Black Woman for Black Women to nurture, protect and care for their kinks and coils. This is a proudly South African brand where rich, nourishing and moisturizing ingredients are sourced from South Africa and Africa.
Swiitch Beauty is a beauty brand that was founded by Rabia Ghoor. She started the brand 5 years ago, from a 4 square meter area in her bedroom. Ghoor was fourteen years old at the time. It all began when she discovered Youtube, at the time there weren’t many South African beauty Youtubers, so she was primarily watching international makeup channels but she motivated to start the brand to accommodate the South African market.