A beautician and skincare producer, Folashade Omotoyinbo Bosede, has advised Nigerians to begin to give priority to their well being and consider using organic products to stay healthy.
Folashade, a London-trained aesthetician, sharing her experience in the world of skincare, said, everyone needs to take care of their physical framework, starting with their skins, which is the covering that makes humans adjust well to life.
She said, once the body is not irritated, or adversely affected, it boots self-worth and good self-esteem, hence, the reason people should not expose their body to danger.
To take care of their skin, she said: “Organic skincare products are well thought-out and help in the natural beautification of people, which aids long term skin health and radiance.
“If you want to keep the unnatural things out of your body, you have to consider skincare products. For an organic product to be in the market, it has to be certified by relevant authorities, and as a professional, we offer effective and professional natural organic products.
“These products are organic plant based ingredients selected to make a difference in any skin, and are adaptable products for all faces and seasons, which I encourage everyone to patrons,” Folashade said.
She also encouraged the youths who are unemployed to develop a vocation, and could consider developing their skills in organic skincare production, which she said is a lucrative business.
“The production process is cumbersome, so one must be prepared to be fully involved in the procedure. If you make mistakes, the adverse effect could be disastrous due to such errors. I studied aesthetician in London academy of beauty, so, I can share both a classroom experience and practical experience, so, when it comes to skincare, I speak as an authority, Folashade said.
She said both the men and women should take care of their skins, saying, “health concerns is not limited to women alone. Both the two sexes, the male and female are exposed to the same health challenge, the reason skin maintenance is not limited to women alone, let everyone live healthily,” Folasade said.