10 Arab-Owned Skincare and Beauty Labels You Need To Know

From Iraq to the UAE, the Arab world carries some of the most prominent names in beauty and skincare and then some. From being used on red carpets to making an appearance in dozens of YouTube tutorials, these Arab-owned labels are ready to make a stance in the beauty world.

To familiarize you with a few names you may not be aware of yet, we've put together some of the hottest Arab-owned beauty and skincare labels to keep on your radar.


Could this be the answer to dry skin we've been looking for? Straight out of New Zealand, Enzi uses the rich goodness of Manuka Honey for moisture throughout its collection as well as natural ingredients like jojoba, shea butter and niacinamide. Applying nature taken to a new level.


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Kayali took over the fragrance scene in 2023! From fruits to musk, woods and more, the scents last for hours and keep you smelling delicious and fresh all day. If you want to smell like a the sweetest in the room, you have to try one of their most talked about drops - the Vanilla 28 - which is a gourmand haven.

Hindash Cosmetics

We all remember Hindash putting us to shame with his eyeliner techniques back in 2015. Fast forward a couple years later, he dropped his own cosmetics line with an eyeliner followed by multipurpose palettes and liquid pigments. The formula is buildable and can take you from an everyday fresh beat to a red carpet ready look. I mean, just look at the Queen of Jordan (yes, the actual Queen).


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Green Bar

It’s giving raw, fresh, safe and cozy. Green Bar is bringing back Arabic healing culture. From harvesting their own herbs and working with local farms to drying and creating every product by hand, everything in their line is 100% natural and clean. Perfect for an everything shower.


Did someone say glow up? This skincare line is hitting all the different texture, acne and aging concerns. Debuting the brand with their Pregnancy Body Oil, Shiffa’s lux and organic approach to skincare helps heal the skin from within and its surface. Everything on the website is sold out right now - says a lot.


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Huda Beauty

Huda Kattan is no stranger to the beauty world. As one of the first beauty guru’s from the region, she launched her very own beauty line which has take over the globe. From celebrity makeup artists to first-time users, from runways to grocery stories, Huda Beauty’s line ranges from everyday looks to full beat.


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Mina Al Sheikhly

Volume! Length! And now, color! Mina Al Sheikhly launched her mascara line not too long ago but has made a statement. From lengthening to thickening as well as a waterproof top coat, the mascara range continues to grow with its latest collection of colors for more daring and out-of-the-box looks including green, blue, brown and burgundy.


This is what the rich smell like. Whether you like a more discreet hint of must or a strong whiff of Arabic our, Arcadia has a wide range of scents. The fragrance label carries true Middle Eastern essence while making it modern and nostalgic.


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Bassam Fattouh

We need to walk down the aisle right now (so we can use Bassam Fattouh palettes to their full potential). The complete range of products are everything you need if you’re looking to achieve the classic desert look or a Kardashian inspired smoky eye with chiseled cheeks and jawline.

Simihaze Beauty

From the unique, retro-style packaging to hydrating formulas, Palestinian sisters Simi and Haze have brought their iconic looks to life and made them accessible to everyone. The products are not only buildable and perfect for a day to night look, but they're also infused with skincare so you can look good while also doing good for your skin.