THE COUCOU CLUB LAUNCHES AFRICAN BRAND SUKI SUKI
The mission of The Coucou Club is to offer ‘the best of world’s beauty’, and they are getting closer to this goal with the exclusive launch of their first African brand: Suki Suki.
Suki Suki, which means ‘hair hair’ in African Lingala, is handmade in Johannesburg and founded by Linda Gieskes out of the frustration not being able to find local 100% natural hair brands for her frizzy hair type.
Her hair was so damaged due to chemical treatments that she decided to shave off her hair and let her afro grow out naturally. She took matters into her own hands and started mixing natural African ingredients (like Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Jojoba Oil). The reactions were overwhelming and so the cruelty-free, vegan and clean brand Suki Suki was born. A brand that celebrates Africa’s rich heritage and plant life.
Tested by the Coucou Expert Charlotte Charpentier, they now introduce to you Suki Suki’s products. Step up your frizzy (curly, kinky and dry) hair game!
The Whipped Shea Crème is a light-weight water-based crème that beautifully hydrates and seals in moisture in both skin and hair. It combines Shea Butter to nourish; Moroccan Argan Oil which is rich in Vitamin E; Baobab Oil is packed with antioxidants, Vitamin A & E; and Marula Oil is rich in essential fatty acids for deep hydration and repair for both hair and skin. Suitable for dry hair and dry skin.
Your hair (and skin) in need for some nourishing and softening? Then the Mango Butter is your pick. This sweet-smelling butter will leave your hair feeling shiny, soft and smelling great. It’s also great on skin and nourishes dry spots like knees, heels and elbows. It will repair, soften and keep skin nourished and supple. Suitable for curly/kinky hair types and dry skin.
The Miraculous Oil stimulates faster, healthier hair growth. It contains Vitamin E-rich Moroccan Argan Oil, Kalahari Melon Seed Oil for moisture, Marula Oil for protection and moisture retention and Baobab Oil for hair growth. Suitable for all hair types.
For more information visit www.thecoucouclub.com