Aminah Sagoe’s Win Against Skin Condition Keratosis Pilaris
Virgin Atlantic featured Aminah Sagoe’s business and in their video campaigns on Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, and Virgin Atlantic’s respective sites. And for great reason!
Aminah Sagoe’s personal battle with a non-life-threatening and non-contagious skin condition, Keratosis Pilaris (KP), also referred to as “chicken skin,” turned into a quest to find a natural care regimen to improve her skin condition and eventually help others do the same. The result? Emmaus Beauty’s skincare line, which includes a unique combination of natural ingredients extracted from plants that not only helps with KP but also other skin conditions.
Aminah Sagoe’s Win In Business Launching A Skincare Line
Virgin Atlantic highlighted fast-rising small businesses in their latest campaign entitled Businesses On The Rise. More than 600,000 participants from across the US were invited to be featured, yet two businesses were selected to launch Virgin Atlantic’s campaign. Nigerian-born founder Aminah Sagoe’s business, Emmaus Beauty, is one of them.
Aminah’s personal battle with Keratosis Pilaris (KP) led her on a mission to create natural skincare regimens for people who battle various skin challenges. Now, international entities such as Virgin Atlantic are recognizing her company, Emmaus Beauty, as a business on the rise.
Emmaus Beauty is a unisex natural skincare line that utilizes a scientific method called plant stem cell technology (PSCT). The skincare line provides help and soothing relief for those with skin conditions such as dry skin, body acne, ingrown hairs, uneven complexions, Keratosis Pilaris (KP), and more.
The company’s ad and interview with Virgin Atlantic were featured on billboards at Fulton Station, New York ( Fulton Street between Broadway & Nassau Street in New York City).
Read more about her story here http://emmausbeauty.com/about/