Amanda du-Pont launches unisex skincare range Lelive

Skeem Saam actress, Amanda du-Pont. Source: Instagram/@amandadupont

Amanda du-Pont launches African and vegan skincare range

Amanda du-Pont will officially launch Lelive, her vegan and unisex skincare range dedicated for African skin on 23 April 2021

Amanda du-Pont launches unisex skincare range Lelive

Skeem Saam actress, Amanda du-Pont. Source: Instagram/@amandadupont

Amanda du-Pont, Skeem Saam actress and business woman, has added her name to the list of South African celebrities who have beauty/skincare ranges.

The Swazi-born and South African based actress launched a vegan skincare range Lelive, which is pronounced leh-lee-veh, the vegan skincare range is made up of 95% natural ingredients. Lelive means “of the nation or the world”


In an IG TV post, the actress went into details about how her range was formed and the ingredients used. She also shared with her over 3 million followers on Instagram her routine, step by step.

“In the development of this range, we worked hard to produce a product that is top quality at an affordable price – because everyone deserves to have great skin. We were looking for a brand and product that was clean, simple and effective, whilst staying true to what makes Africa truly unique,” she said.

Du-Pont shared that the two most requested ingredients were rooibos and aloe and that her products have no colourants, no fragrances added.

In an Instagram post, the TV personality also announced that Lelive will officially launch on its website and Superbalist. “So humbled, grateful and thrilled-happy shopping , hope it becomes a bathroom and travel fav for life. The products are unisex! So excited to share the range with you. Made from African Ingredients, By Africa,” she wrote.


Over the years, a number of South African celebrities have ventured into the beauty business. Whether through collaborations and solo, the market surely is growing for Mzansi celebs and this is evident by the number of locally produced skincare products and including the new kid on the block, Lelive by Amanda du-Pont. These are some of the celebs who have businesses in the beauty industry.

  • Connie Ferguson

Connie Body Care by actress Connie Ferguson is one of the first local skincare ranges. It boasts a number of body lotions and shower gels for men and women.
  • Minnie Dlamini

The TV personality launched MD Body in 2019. The range is enriched with Eviolin, formulated to give one smooth, radiant and healthy skin with a lasting glow.  MD Body is available at Shoprite stores.
  • Pearl Thusi

Well known for her hair care range Black Pearl, the actress launched her skin care range in collaboration with local hair care products company AfroBotanics.
  • Sorisha Naidoo

Real Housewives of Durban star, Sorisha Naidoo has a skincare range called Crystal Tomato. The range aims to ‘promote a healthier, younger-looking, even toned and radiant skin, from within’.

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