Kokoa Eco Beauty

Kokoa Eco Beauty

Kokoa Eco Beauty

More about Kokoa Eco Beauty

Having had sensitive skin, psoriasis & eczema from a young age she always struggled to find suitable products to take care of her skin. Existing products were either overloaded with chemicals - flaring up her skin sensitivity, or were completely ineffective in aiding the health of her skin longterm. Her father returned from a trip to her homeland Ghana, with Traditional African Black Soap and 100% Shea butter to help her skin.

Obsessed with the science behind effecitve natural skincare, she dove into the world of beauty and Kokoa the brand was born.

Scientifically formulated. 100% Natural.

Science is our brain. Nature is our heart. ™

Key information

Science is our brain. Nature is our heart. ™

* 4% Donated To Charity
*100% Natural
* Clean & Toxin-Free
* Scientifically Formulated
* Zero Waste, Plastic-Free & Sustainable
* 100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free
* Ethically Sourced
* Handmade
* 5-Star Quality Guaranteed
* Effective



10% Off!

Contact information

Website: www.kokoauk.com

Email: [email protected]

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We donate 4% of all profits to Hope for Justice, a charitable organisation which work towards ending modern day slavery. We continuously protect a range of social justice movements via our social media.

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