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Bulldog Skincare Launches in South Africa 

UK skincare brand makes its leap to South Africa.




British male grooming brand, Bulldog Skincare has officially launched in South Africa. The beloved brand has hit the local market by introducing its range of products specifically formulated for male skin that use quality natural ingredients, all at an affordable price.

Bulldog started life in a spare room in West London when founder, Simon Duffy, noticed that there were no straightforward skincare options that were made for him and men like him.

With a mission to deliver straightforward skincare options with an ethical conscience, each and every product in the range is formulated by experts who unlock the power of natural ingredients – like aloe vera, camelina and green tea – with a little help from science.

From the brand’s very first day, it has completely boycotted the use of ingredients from animal sources with every product certified vegan and cruelty-free. Better yet, Bulldog rejects the use of synthetic fragrances and artificial colours when making its highly effective products. So, whether a man has regular, sensitive, or mature skin or has a beard, Bulldog has the answer.

Furthermore, Bulldog wanted to find a better way to package its products. That’s why it became the first male skincare brand in the world to use sugarcane as a raw material in its packaging. Sugarcane is a renewable plant-based source that needs little more than natural rainfall to grow.

Bulldog has exclusively partnered with Clicks, and has nine products available for purchase across 541 stores nationwide. They include:

  • Original Face Wash – R130
  • Original Moisturiser – R170
  • Age Defence Moisturiser – R220
  • Original Face Scrub – R150
  • Sensitive Moisturiser – R170
  • Sensitive Face Wash – R130
  • Age Defence Moisturiser
  • Original Beard Shampoo – R200
  • Original Beard Oil – R210
  • Original Beard Balm – R220
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