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Manchester Based Skincare Specialist, Abimbola Rasaki, Reveals Her Success Story


Abimbola Rasaki is a beautiful Skincare Specialist who is blessed with glowing skin. She is a good advertisement for what she does for a living. Her job is to make other women look beautiful. She also helps them maintain beautiful skin that glows.

She is one of the successful Naija-born celebrity women in the UK. She lives in Manchester, where she is a big skincare specialist who runs a world-class Spa.

Below, she reveals the secret of her successful beauty business. She spoke to CityPeople Publisher, Seye Kehinde about her skincare business.

 Please introduce yourself...


My name is Mrs Abimbola Rasaki. I am a serial Entrepreneur based in Manchester UK with chains of businesses and brands.

I am beautiful, funny, caring, hardworking and I'm a woman after God and her husband's heart.

How has life been as a Skincare practitioner?


Life has been so good. My skincare brand is a dream come true for me. Even though I am not where exactly I would like to be yet but I am so pleased and grateful for where my brand is.

We are currently No 1 in the UK when it comes to Skincare and with 90% returning customers. And an average of 300 new customers daily. We are trusted by over 100,000 customers worldwide. The CQ family is growing so fast.

Tell us about the power of your brand? 


CQ products are powerful, they're magical. They deliver both efficacy and safety. We stay far from steroids and hydroquinone bleaching ingredients that damage the skin. These products are illegal in the UK anyways. We instead provide our customers with a carefully curated assortment of Skincare products using natural products. All our products are handmade from natural plant extracts and herbs.

We use state-of-the-art natural-based, luxurious formulations with an innovative delivery system. CQ Products address multiple skin concerns, deliver results and perform progressively over time.

Tell us about your growing up years and schools added


I was born in General Hospital Ilorin Kwara State. I attended St. Joseph Nursery and Primary School in Ilorin.

I started my secondary school at Federal Government Girls College Omu-Aran but couldn't finish due to my parents splitting up and going their separate ways which has an adverse negative effect on us the children.


I managed to complete my secondary education at ECWA secondary school Ilorin where I wrote my WAEC, NECO and JAMB


I got admission into the University of Ilorin but couldn't complete my degree before I got an opportunity to travel out of Nigeria


I decided to start from College here in the UK and I did Access to Nursing at Bury College. I got admission into Safford University …

 How is the business in Manchester? Do you cater to only blacks or all types of people?


Business is good and booming to the glory of God. CQ caters to everybody. All skin types and colours. 80% of my customers and clients are Asians, Caucasians and Chinese. Most blacks here don't really pay much attention to their skin sadly.

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