Ghandour Product Prices In Ghana

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What Is Ghandour Product?

Ghandour Cosmetics Ltd. has provided a superior range of skin and hair care products in West Africa for the past fifteen years. Employing over 600 Ghanaians in our Accra base. We also have operations in Togo, Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin, Gambia, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Mozambique. We are looking to expand further in the region.

We are bringing the best of international trends and developments to West Africa. 

Ghandour Cosmetics is bringing glamour to Ghana and beyond. Founder Tanal Ghandour, who acts as managing director, talks to Jayne Alverca about the impact the company is making on African markets.

Since the dawn of history, one of the quickest ways for women to make a physical impact has been to reach for the cosmetics box the earliest examples discovered date back to the time of the Ancient Egyptians. For many years, cosmetics have accounted for a significant portion of the personal spending of women in affluent, developed states; now it is the turn of the developing world. Africa, with its rich mineral resources, has some of the world´s fastest growing economies and beauty is high on the agenda for the continent’s women. 

Ghandour Cosmetics was established in 1996 by Tanal Ghandour and his family. The company now employs 600 people and is unequivocally placed as Ghana’s leading player in the sector.

What Is Ghandour Cosmetics Used For?

Cosmetics designed for skin care can be used to cleanse, exfoliate and protect the skin, as well as replenishing it, through the use of cleansers, toners, serums, moisturizers, and balms. Cosmetics designed for more general personal care, such as shampoo and body wash, can be used to cleanse the body.

Cosmetics designed to enhance one’s appearance (makeup) can be used to conceal blemishes, enhance one’s natural features (such as the eyebrows and eyelashes), add color to a person’s face and in the case of more extreme forms of makeup used for performances, fashion shows and people in costume can be used to change the appearance of the face entirely to resemble a different person, creature or object. Techniques for changing appearance include contouring, which aims to give shape to an area of the face.

Types Of Ghandour Cosmetics?

Though there are a large number of differing cosmetics used for a variety of different purposes, all cosmetics are typically intended to be applied externally. These products can be applied to the face (on the skin, lips, eyebrows and eyes), to the body (on the skin, in particular the hands and nails), and to the hair. These products may be intended for use as skincare, personal care or to alter the appearance, with the subset of cosmetics known as makeup primarily referring to products containing colour pigments intended for the purpose of altering the wearer’s appearance; some manufacturers will distinguish only between “decorative” cosmetics intended to alter the appearance and “care” cosmetics designed for skincare and personal care.

Most cosmetics are also distinguished by the area of the body intended for application, with cosmetics designed to be used on the face and eye area usually applied with a brush, a makeup sponge, or the fingertips. Cosmetics can be also described by the physical composition of the product. Cosmetics can be liquid or cream emulsions, powders (pressed or loose), dispersions, or anhydrous creams or sticks. Below are the main types of cosmetics groups:

  • Decorative
  • Skincare
  • Hair care

Ghandour Product Prices In Ghana:

The prices of Ghandour cosmetics products in Ghana starts between GHc 35.00 to GHc255.00 to buy their products on the markets..!!!