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6 year old Princess Awiyah launches Product Line

Princess Awiyah, daughter of Dentaa Amoateng MBE, has launched an exciting new product line. The young entrepreneur who launched her first product ‘Princess Awiyah Hair’ which was sold worldwide at the age of 6, has gracefully launched her next product called the ‘Princess Awiyah Shea butter’ a range of skincare products including: Alata Semina (black soap) and the popular Ghanaian exfoliator (sapor).

Princess Awiyah is known to have excellent skin which comes with a unique chocolate glow and when asked what inspired her to come up with her line of products she stated:

“My Mum always uses shea butter on my skin and I know it has contributed greatly to me having this type of skin therefore, I wanted everyone around the world to share in the beauty shea butter brings with a touch of love for everyone.”

According to Attractivemustapha.com, She also went on to say that she hopes her loved ones from the diaspora get to have a feel of this native goodness from Ghana.

Mother and manager of the young entrepreneur Dentaa Amoateng MBE said she is very happy about the launch of these products and believes that a lot of people around the world will shar in the joy and benefits of the organic shea butter her daughter and the family have been enjoying.

This set of goodness was launched in partnership with Nkuto Haven on the 27th of November 2020, and currently doing well on the global market. FDA approved, the products are available in the United Kingdom (UK), United States of America (USA) and Ghana. It is however,

available for shipping all across the globe.

To make a purchase kindly visit www.awiyahsheabutter.bigcartel.com or call 0540850240.
You can also visit her Instagram and Facebook page: @princessawiyah
We wish the young entrepreneur all the very best.

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