Premium Nigerian beauty brand, Hush’D Makeover has redefined the landscape of beauty yet again as it launched its men skincare line dubbed, “Regimen and Ultraman” at its corporate headquarters in Opebi, Ikeja, Lagos on Friday, May 28, 2021.
The epoch-making event which also saw an ambassadorial deal with Mawuli Gavor being renewed, was a spectacle of glamour and glitz.
It was another defining moment for the Hush’D Makeover brand as it has made men as much priority as women.
Mrs Abiola Ahmed, the Chief Executive Officer of Hush’D Makeover couldn’t be happier, not only with the success of the event but also with the turnout of celebrities who graced the event in mesmerising pomp and pageantry.
“This is another step for me and my team to build a brand that will put smiles, confidence and glowing skin on men and women anywhere in the world,” the CEO said.
Nollywood actor, Mawuli Gavor who has been a brand ambassador of the brand was unveiled as the “Ultra Man” and his ambassadorial deal with the brand was also renewed.
“Mawuli Gavor, now known as our ULTRAMAN, has been a part of the Hush’D family for a long time and we are glad to still have him around. This shows that at Hush’D, we do things right,” Abiola Ahmed said.
According to her, Regimen and Ultraman are uncomplicated skincare products for men.
“Skincare products built for men: Who says that only women should take care of their skin? At Hush’D, we have developed premium skincare products for men who want to look in the mirror and love their skin.
“Our men’s kits are specifically formulated for the biologically different skin of men and their daily habits. Two unique lines: while Ultra Man is for dark-skinned men Regi-Men is for light-skinned men and both comes in a pack and contains 3 products each,” the CEO affirmed
Mrs Abiola Ahmed established Hush’D Makeover in 2015 and has since grown the brand into a leader in the skincare space
Hush’D is an indigenous and duly registered beauty and cosmetology company that has its Head Office located at 10, Asenuga street, Opebi-Ikeja, Nigeria as well as a factory located on the outskirts of Lagos.