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The Arab brands to shop for Father’s Day

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Baba Day is around the corner and if you’re like us, you tend to do things a bit last minute. And we all know dads can be hard to please; they kinda already have everything don’t they? This year, we gathered a few options to shop from – all from Arab brands- that we’re pretty sure will make baba super happy. Plus, some of them employ women in refugee camps or give back to associations. Find out which, here below.

By Emma Breidi

Atelier des Éléments

Looking for skin care designed for men? Atelier des Éléments offers a selection of products adapted to men’s skin specificities, and to the harsh weather conditions encountered in the Middle East. A combination that will make Arab men glow.

Arcadia by Amna

Amna works with local craftsmen to produce sustainable, chemical free and unique unisex fragrances. Floral, spicy or fruity, a panel of scents will relish your senses with perfumes inspired by stories, memories and nostalgia.

Seek Refuge

Seek Refuge furthers the fight for refugees rights through fashion. Check out their jackets, hoodies and tee-shirts that share awareness around the refugee crises. Their profits provide emergency assistance, economic rehabilitations, medical equipment and services to refugees around the world.

MZN Body Care

Saudi brand MZN Bodycare proposes a selection of natural, vegan and cruelty free products inspired by the plants of Saudi Arabia. Soap, candles, lip care, body care, face mask … you will find everything you need to nourish, soften and smoothen your skin.


You can shop olive oil soap bars and handmade wooden soap dishes for a relaxing bath moment at Sitti Soap. Engaged for social, economic and environmental sustainability, Sitti Soap employs women in Jerash “Gaza” refugee camp and fights to provide girls and women a sustainable educational programming.

Green Bar inc

Founded on the island of Bahrain, Green Bar channels the healing potential of the plants of the region in their body and face products, perfumes and incense. Using natural herbs and plants and working with local farmers, they create skin care that connects people to the environment.

The Dirty Lamb

Younger dads, if you’re looking to heal your acne, acne scars or other skin concerns, The Dirty Lamb proposes natural, vegan and gender inclusive skin treatments. Moisturizers, scrubs, masks, cleansers, toners, you’ll find a large selection of plant-based products, for an Arab herbal skin care routine that will give you confidence and glow.