I have a passion for green beauty hence my philosophy is to use products that infuses scientifically proven, ethically produced but have serious eco credentials.
I grew up around my dad’s soap manufacturing business in Ghana in the early 80’s. Coming from a background surrounded by colourful chemicals and large cauldrons lead to me creating the type of skincare products I couldn’t find in health and beauty shops that I wanted to buy.
Over the years since I created the Yaa Fumanti skincare range in 2007, my own skincare needs and selling my handmade soaps and body products up and down the country lead me to train as a beauty therapist. I take a keen interest in approaching skin care by focusing on lifestyle, nutrition and dedicating time to grooming; and this is always how I approach tackling my clients skincare needs.
Working from a small skincare studio means that I am able to focus on and give total attention to each client. There are never any queues of clients waiting outside the treatment room like you get on the high street putting pressure on the time I have to share with each client.