, 2022-10-05 21:00:45,
From the first time she saw a hint of acne on her face, Mumbi King has been keen to find a means of getting rid of it.
Unfortunately, it only got worse over time until she finally got her problem diagnosed and found it wasn’t only acne that she suffered from. It was an exotically-named skin disease, [Ionthyosis Vulgaris] which made her skin tough and unappealing.
“I was still an undergraduate (at the University of North Hampton in UK] when I told my friends I’d one day start a business making skincare products so that other women and girls wouldn’t have to struggle as I did,” Mumbi tells the BDLife.
Today, this blossoming and pragmatic woman entrepreneur not only has a business that formulates oils, kinds of butter, and gels that work wonders on women’s skin. She also just started up a new line of facial care products for men that she has named Ndevu.
“It was my fellow Rotarian Dr Manu Chandaria who challenged me, after hearing me speak about Kezula, my skincare business for women. He asked me when I would start a company catering to the cosmetic needs of men?”
She now has several products in the pipeline for men’s skin and body care.
Mumbi is just 25, but she has already started several businesses…
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