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Boracay Skin founder Emille Mendoza explains her brand’s shimmering success

It was a trip to Boracay, in her home country of the Philippines, that sparked an idea for Emille Mendoza. There she discovered the benefits of fresh coconut oil for the skin. But it wasn’t until a few years later, while working as a flight attendant, that she realised the need for a natural, hydrating product for her dry skin. From there, Boracay Skin was born. Now the business has a turnover of $140,000 and has sold to over 95 countries. Here, Mendoza shares the highs and lows of running her
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