How are Masdar products different from other beauty brands?

Masdar is a selfcare line inspired by Morocco.

We create formulas powered by Moroccan raw ingredients, flowers and fruits that have proven to work over the last centuries. 

Our creations are meant to adapt to your current routines, not be another useless step in endless beauty regimen. They represent ancient wisdom, freedom, and are the fruit of our founder's upbringing in Casablanca, Morocco.

They are meant to enhance your inner beauty by bringing just what your Face, Hair & Body need. Health over hype. 

What does Masdar mean ? 

Masdar means source in Arabic. This is our brand core value, to always go back to the source, our roots, our elders and community to seek advices and use products that have a meaning. In a sense, it is a continuity of the circle of life and our biggest pride to imagine that centuries before us, men and women also applied these ingredients with care and love. 

When is the next product launching?

We’ll be coming out with new products very soon—sign up with your email address to get the latest updates.

What skin types are Masdar products suitable for?

Our products are appropriate for all skin types: they’re dermatologist tested, non-irritating, and formulated without parabens. It is always recommended to do a patch test before using any product. You can find out more about our products on the product page.

Where are Masdar's products developed and produced? 

Our products are developed and produced in Morocco. Our formulas are unique and crafted with simplicity, versatility and efficiency in mind. 

Are you cruelty free? 

Masdar is committed to being cruelty free: this means we do not test on animals at any stage of product development, and we will only work with vendors or companies who uphold the same standards. 

Are your packaging eco-friendly? 

We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and we are continuously looking for ways to improve our packaging by working with more recycled, recyclable and biodegradable materials.