By Lusito Tsela | 2018-02-15
Being good-looking offers tremendous social advantages.
The country has seen men and women flocking to stores, spas, and clinics seeking beauty enhancements because they are often motivated by a society that places a high value on being attractive.
The ongoing Afri-Berry competition dubbed ‘love your skin, love your hair’ valentines competition has seen over 500 Swazis hoping to scoop one of the three Afri-Berry hamper prizes.
The first prize of the competition is a E2000 Afri-Berry hamper, with the second prize being E1000 Afri-Berry hamper and the last prize E750 Afri-Berry Hamper.
All members of the public excluding Afri-Berry employees are eligible to take part in the competition where the lucky winners will be announced on February 28.
The public is required to purchase any Afri-Berry product and SMS ‘FUN BARCODE’ competition to 6464 at E1.71 per sms before the end of business on February 28.
This was revealed by Afri-Berry’s Siphiwo Nkambule.
“We are excited at how the public has received the competition. The public have shown more interest to our products and we are grateful,” he said.
He continued saying February is a month of love where couples and families get to pamper their soul mates with all sort of items to show their appreciation of love for one another.”
“Afri-berry gives the public the opportunity to treat their beloved with organic products to cater for the needs of both men and women as we are giving out a hampers worth E3750 to help rejuvenate themselves with some of the combo products such as the Argan Oil which helps one to help eliminate acne,” he added.
Furthermore, “the Jamaican Black Castor oil is there to help restore the good look of your beautiful natural hair. The public must also try the Tummy-trim Jelly which has the potential to eliminate and prevent the fatty deposits in any part of the body the products is applied on,” he said.
Nkambule has urged the public to continue buying the products because it will help them stand a better chance of winning the great prizes.
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