Black Owned Hair/Skin Care Lines You Need To Know About And Support
Black men and women know how hard it can be to find a hair care company that has their best interest in mind. Many times when it comes to shopping for hair and skin care products they have to compromise what they truly what for what society is willing to offer them. Thankfully, black people worldwide are stepping up to the plate to solve this problem by creating hair and skin care products specially made for us, created by us! The beauty of buying from black owned hair care lines is that you can trust every product you use was made with you in mind. Also, it give you the chance to put money right back into the black community. The following are black owned hair care companies that you MUST know about and support!
AFRODIZIAC by Le Juiceee is a 100% Natural hair and skin care line. AFRODIZIAC by Le Juiceee products are meant to help transform your life not only in the physical form but spiritually as well! Every product is made from the purest Essential Oils and created with you (the consumer) in mind! I’m happy to announce that I had the opportunity to sit down with the mastermind behind AFRODIZIAC by Le Juiceee and a more in-depth interview will be on CampusLately soon!
In 2016, their moisturizing avocado hair milk won the best leave in conditioner from CurlBox, and this year CurlBox awarded them with the best deep conditioner award for their babassu oil and mint deep conditioner. Mielle Organics is definitely making a good and long-lasting mark within the hair care community.
If you are a conscious consumer that is looking for products that are safe for both you and your family than Camille Rose Naturals is the line for you! These products will help you hair feel as soft as a cloud and smell as good as a cake bakery! The owner, Janell Stephens, is a vegan mother of five who believes in living a life of total wellness and you will definitely feel the absolute wellness when using these products!
If you are someone who wants pop’n hair without having to break the bank then Eden Bodyworks is for you. Their products cover all of your personal hair and body needs; from body butter to curl defining cream, they have everything and more. The best part about these products is that they are extremely affordable, ranging in price from $4 to $9.
If you were to walk into the bathroom of a natural hair girl you would find tons of hair products, and majority of those products she wouldn’t even be using because they didn’t fit well with her hair type. A cool factor about Taliah Waajid is that they take the time to tell you on their products what hair type they work best for so you never have to worry about buying products that don’t work well for you!
if you are looking for a company that not only has your best interest in mind but also can moisture your hair. I’m happy to report that the look for a hair/skin company that represents you is over thanks to TGIN (Thank God It’s Natural. This skin and hair company has the answer to all of your personal care needs!
Many of us were disappointed in Shea Moisture when they made a mainstream commercial that didn’t represent the bulk of their customers. The owner was on The Breakfast Club and stated that their intent was never to exclude their base the African American Women. Commercial aside they are blacked owned and we love their products.
CampusLately is always looking for black owned companies to show support too! So if you know of any black owned hair or skin care companies that you are obsessed with then comment down below and tell us all about them!
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