While it’s top of mind now more than ever, every day is an opportunity to support Black-owned businesses. Whether you’re looking for plant-based skin care or all-natural hair products, we’ve curated a list of Black-owned beauty lines to support now and always.
You’ll find all things healthy hair and body at EDEN bodywork. Their products are all-natural and cruelty-free, so you can feel good about your purchase.
Built on natural, quality ingredients, Alikay Naturals is a beauty and lifestyle brand celebrating authentic, herbal, and Caribbean beauty. From lemongrass conditioner to chai-tea face scrub, these good-for-you beauty products won’t disappoint.
Thank God It’s Natural (tgin) is redefining beauty by cultivating a community that empowers women to look and feel their best. With everything from Sweet Honey Hair Milk to Rose Water Curls, tgin has the perfect potion for every curl.
Home of The Miracle Drop System, Kaleidoscope is changing lives one head at a time. With hare care for both men and women, there’s a miracle-product for everyone.
Whether you have straight, curly, fine or thick hair, there’s a Camille Rose formula for you. Handcrafted by founder Janell Stephens, Camille Rose gourmet hair and body blends are a natural fan-favorite for a reason.
Created by Mahisha Dellinger, CURLS has everything to grow, protect, and restore every type of curl.
Created by RN Monique Rodriguez, Mielle Organics blends nature and science to create the perfect balance of moisture and hydration to create their cult-following hair products.
Starting her journey documenting on YouTube, founder Courtney Adeleye has built a healthy-hair empire with a product for everyone.
For natural, high-quality plant-based hair care, look no further. From styling gel to beard butter, Koils by Nature good-for-you hair products won’t disappoint.
With hair nourishing ingredients like eucalyptus oil and bamboo extract, composure hair bottles only the highest quality ingredients to ensure you get the best care for your hair.
Kenniqua “Nuk” Jones created her hair care line, named after her daughter Jayce, for her clients who were searching for quality products, rich in moisture. After gathering research and essential ingredients, she formulated a line of products perfect for natural, relaxed, and color-treated hair.