Sign in
Download Opera News App



Ex-Citizen TV Anchor Terryanne Chebet's Lucrative Side Hustle

Why <a class=Terryanne Chebet resigned as Metropol TV General Manager - The Standard Entertainment" style="font-size: 0.16rem;"/>

Terry Anne’s daughter was diagnosed with eczema, a medical condition where patches of skin become rough and inflamed with blisters. It in turn causes itching and bleeding.

Terryanne set out to look for skin products that would help cure her daughter's condition. She was disappointed that she could not get organic products in the Kenyan market.

Terryanne Chebet To Host “first of its kind show in East Africa”

Her child’s deficiency in supply sector made her realize how huge the gap was and she set to fill it. The idea to create a skin care company came into mind and she then founded Keyara Organics.

The care company makes oils, butters and body scents. One of her dreams is to see her products sold in major outlets in leading Natural Skincare brands. 

Terryanne Chebet&#39;s Biggest Regret About Media Career -

 Keyara prides itself in producing and packaging natural skincare products that are sourced from Africa's most premium oils.

Chebet sources such are cocoa butter from Ghana, shea butter from northern Uganda, marula oil from South Africa, Argan oil from Morocco and coconut oil is sourced from Kenya.

The media personality believes that she has changed lives, made a difference and created jobs, through her brand.

She advises women looking to startup businesses not to give up but instead fall in the love with the idea over and over again.

Terryanne Chebet: How Kenyan Youth Missed Job Opportunity For Stalking Me -


Content created and supplied by: NewsToday (via Opera News )

Kenya Morocco South Africa Terry Anne Terryanne


Load app to read more comments