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Tahi seeks to expand into Australian market

(Source: Tahi)

New Zealand-based skincare oil brand Tahi is seeking to expand into the Australian market.

Tahi’s products, which make use of plant extracts found in native New Zealand forests, are currently sold through stockists Blackbird Goods in Hastings, Infinite / Definite in Christchurch Central, and Wander & Sons in Dunedin.

Tea and Tonic and Matakana also serve as stockists for the skincare brand.

“I just researched what those plants had been used for in the past by Māori and others and why, and experimented with them myself – how they felt together, how they smelled together, and the mixture of different things that can benefit people’s skin,” said Jackie Lee, founder of Tahi.

Lee added that she envisions collaborating with experts to develop blends on a more scientific level as she intends to expand the company’s footprint.

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