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  • Mënaji is betting on men spending on face masks
  • Mënaji is betting on men spending on face masks
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Mënaji is betting on men spending on face masks

From cleansers to moisturisers to serums, recent years have seen men ditch the traditional bar of soap for a more elaborate beauty regime. And now, male beauty brand Mënaji is betting on blokes taking some time to pamper themselves with face masks too.

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