Kreme Skin Studios is taking skincare from aggressive treatments to progressive solutions

Kreme Skin Studios was born out of Bebe’s experience as a new mom and aesthetician sharing her changing skin journey. She went from skincare blogging to building an online community and even offering free skin-care consultation services everyday for 2 years. At Kreme’s relaunch, she relived this part, providing free skin consultation for her guests at the event. Imagine finding out your skin is 5 or 10 years older than you? Ooops!

Kreme Skin Studios’ technology infused approach to skin wellness was celebrated in their relaunch event on Saturday, 15th of June. The exclusive event was held at the Kreme Skin Studios’ newly revamped location at 285b Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, with  influencers, industry experts, media representatives and clients turned family in attendance.

Akah and Claire Nnani
Bebe chatting with Nicole Chikwe & Tobi Hamilton
Onyeka Michael Ugwu and Bebe Andrew-Jaja
Tobi Hamilton
Bebe Andrew-Jaja and Nengi Adoki

At the relaunch event Kreme showed off their expanded service offerings with in-studio consultations, facials, specialty body treatments, and even chemical peels showing a renewed commitment to healthy skin. We got treated to a warm welcome reception, studio tour, product sampling – you should see the mineral brush on sunscreen along with its refill. There were exclusive offers, live demonstrations of recent skincare technologies along with complimentary facials from licensed skin experts. 

Bebe talked about how she wanted the revamped space to have an open layout to reflect the ideals of the brand- its modern design and tranquil atmosphere are part of Kreme’s belief that every skin type and texture are welcome. 

Bebe Andrew-Jaja, founder and lead aesthetician at Kreme Skin Studios, shared her excitement about the relaunch:

“Our vision at Kreme is to shift the perspective of skincare from aggressive treatments to progressive solutions, promoting a total wellness lifestyle.”

Bebe Andrew-Jaja and Husband

In addition to the physical relaunch, Kreme Skin Studios also announced the launch of their revamped website,, an e-commerce platform that allows clients to discover, book services and shop globally recognised skincare products with ease, get detailed product information and personalised recommendations.

It’s exciting to see a Nigerian brand launch with such excellence, catering to all types of skin tones and skin issues. The new space says welcome and we too have come to rest all our skin woes here, you should too. For more information about Kreme Skin Studios, visit the website at and follow on Instagram at @kremeng.

Claire Nnani, Makida Moka and Ijeoma Aniebo


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