Beauty entrepreneurs recognised on #ialso100 list

Pictured left to right: Abisola Aboh, Ester Roche, Laura Burton, Titilolami Bello and Youmna Mouhamad,
A number of successful British business women have made it to the f:Entrepreneur #ialso100 list for 2023.

Representing the hair and beauty sectors, these female entrepreneurs were judged to be amongst the most inspiring 100 women who run their own businesses by the f:Entrepreneur campaign, which celebrates the dynamic and inspirational businesses led by women in the UK.

This year's list includes Youmna Mouhamad, founder of Myana Naturals and creator of the Nyfasi Deluxe Detangler to prevent discomfort when combing curly hair. An award-winning scientist, Youmna was awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowship and is among the top 50 Women in Engineering.

Natural hair blogger Abisola Aboh founded Full Bloom Beauty to supply natural hair care products with a special focus on afro-textured hair. She sources sustainable ingredients that are grown harvested and cold-pressed in the UK.

Esther Roche launched Deroiste Natural Beauty Limited after witnessing the damage caused by skin whitening products. Through her skin care range of plant-based formulations, she aims to encourage others to embrace their natural skin tones without compromising skin health. Her products are suitable for all skin types including sensitive skins.

Laura Burton founded her brand Gentlemen's Scrub Club, a male skin care range, to provide an organic, vegan and natural alternative. Products come in sustainable packaging, and a tree is planted for every order made with the aim of offsetting carbon products from the company's workforce.

Founder of Luxeriva, Rosemary Madagwa developed the Lava Cap, a home-use microwavable conditioning heat hair cap, during the Covid pandemic. Filled with flaxseeds, the cap is made of durable cotton.

Titilolami Bello launched Ori Lifestyle which offers a holistic approach to hair care. The company offers a range of natural hair care products, as well as education. In addition, Titilolami founded UK charity Path to Possibilities, which supports disadvantaged children through secondary school in Nigeria.