The makers of the Loloma skin care range liken the experience of unboxing its product to opening a husk to find a coconut inside, with its distinctive golden ball packaging resembling its key ingredient, coconut oil.

It is this attention to detail and the desire to make using Loloma a sensory experience that has seen it grow from its Suva base to be offered on one of the world’s largest online platforms, and recognised for its eco-credentials.

Purnima and Rajnil Singh were inspired to develop Loloma after looking for ways to treat their son’s eczema. They used coconut oil, and then started to look at ways of treating the oil to increase . . .

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