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Black Owned Beauty Companies To Try

In honor of Black History Month, I thought it would be appropriate to feature
African American owned Beauty companies that you may or may not know about.  Some I have tried, some I have can't wait to!

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1. Carol's Daughter

Carol's Daughter makes hair and skin care and I have been watching this company for years now. Everything is made with natural ingredients and smells so good!  Founder Lisa Price, was an inspiration to me when I made bath and body products.  I've personally tried so many of her products that I would definitely recommend them to anyone of any ethnicity. (Loreal recently bought Carol's Daughter, but I still consider this to be black owned because of it's start, and I will continue to support her!)

2. EDEN BodyWorks

This young lady has made it!  I remember seeing the teenage Founder, Jasmine Lawrence on Oprah and thought, "You go girl"!  She has taken a bad experience with a relaxer and turned it into a fortune!
Eden BodyWorks is another hair care line made with all natural ingredients.  I'm currently using
Peppermint Tea Tree Hair Oil.

3. Miss Jessie's was founded by two sisters and it a line of products for ladies who want to keep their curls just right.

4. Mixed Chicks is another hair care line for ladies with natural curly hair.

5. Kimble Haircare  Celebrity stylist Kim Kimble has been on the scene for years now.  She has worked with Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Shakira, Mary J. Blige, and many others. Her high end hair care line has been used on women of all hair types.

6.  Soul Pourpose is former Founder of Warm Spirit's new line of body products.  If you enjoyed Warm Spirit products, you'll love Soul Purpose.

7. Pooka Pure & Simple was another company that was inspirational in my soap making days.  I was so encouraged by the book they wrote sharing the story of how they got started.

8. Honeycat Cosmetics is another bath and body business that I saw as successful.  They have bath and body treats for the sexy-cat in you.

9. Alikay Naturals - has a number of products for you hair and skin, from bath and body to lip balms.

10.  If you are looking for an African American subscription service, Cocotique  and Onyx are for you!

Many of these products can be purchased at your local Target!  Yaass!

Other cosmetics and hair care companies include Tea & Honey Blends, Fashion Fair, Black Opal,
Iman, Lamik, and so many more.  Happy Shopping!

Do you know of any other Black owned beauty businesses?  Please share!


  1. This is a very good list! I've been seeing some of these round.

    1. There really are some great companies here. Hope you end up trying some out!

  2. Great list Stacie! I pretty much know the majority of them.

  3. Great list! I'm familiar with about five of these companies/products. I remember seeing that young lady on Oprah... She's amazing! I'm going to be on the lookout for the others (we're running out of hair products now) and I can't remember what we're using to share. Thanks for the info.

  4. Great list! I've heard of a few, and see a bunch more i want to check out. #BLMGIRLS

  5. I recognize a few things on this list. Haven't tried them though. I'm so skeptical about trying new products because I've had a bad experience with a few brands. As of now I only use raw shea butter and oil. I've heard that Carol's Daughter products are pretty awesome. I may have to give them a try!

  6. This is a great post and I am glad that you are showing love to the black owned beauty companies. Some of my favs are Shea Moisture, Carmella Rose and Oyin Handmade. TGIN, Carmella Marie, Koils by Nature and Karen's Body Beautiful are black owned but I haven't tried them yet. #BLMgirls


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