Stand a chance to WIN 1 of 5 Nunuki travel packs!



  • Vanessa Christiane
  • Lukhanyo Makhaba
  • Ursula Smith
  • Preshika Ramautar
  • Riekie Rudman


SA’s newest skincare range for little humans brings the fun and the science.

Nána Lloyd, mom of two ‘nunus’, left her career in marketing to follow her dream of creating a children’s brand with a difference. The self-titled Kids Passionista, started on her journey in 2015 when she began working with a world-renowned dermatologist with a special interest in pharmacology. Through this collaboration, the initial idea for Nunuki was born.

A proudly South African brand that has been created for babies and children both in formulation and concept. A brand that thinks fun is as important as science – so the creators of Nunuki put loads of both into each little bottle or tub.

Nunuki is dermatologically tested for sensitive skin and approved, and each product comes with a 100% money back guarantee if your child’s skin has any adverse reaction. The product has been developed with a panel of experts and a best-in-class local pharmaceutical company.

Each product has its own little Nunuki character, and each Nunuki comes with an important message. Because, what better time to talk openly and honestly when you and your little human are quiet and close, skin-to-skin, using the Nunuki skincare range?

Moms know how important these moments of closeness are in building trust and bonds that will not only help protect your child’s skin but their hearts as well. And this is Nunuki’s biggest purpose – to change the world one child, or nunuki, at a time.

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Competition closes on 23 June at midnight.

Each Nunuki travel pack includes:

  • 50 ml Hair&Body Wash
  • 50 ml Body Cream
  • 50 ml Insect Repellent
  • 50 ml Massage & Bath Oil
  • 50 ml SPF 30 Sunscreen
  • 40 g Bum Cream


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