With the Black Lives Matter movement going on, I am using my voice and platform to share and talk about it as much as I can. I know most people just talked about it for the first week and then said they were going back to their “regular” posting. Not me, I am going to keep fighting and talking about it until something is done. Yes I’ll still be posting my other posts because I want to spread it out, to keep it active. Today, I am going to talk about Black owned clean beauty brands.
You all know that I am a clean beauty advocate. And focusing on clean beauty, I have discovered so many amazing Black owned clean beauty brands that I want to share with you.
Black Owned Clean Beauty Brands
This company was started by Verdejo, while she was pregnant and was having horrible hormonal acne. The brand is most famous for their Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum.
Mentioned in my May Favourites, this company is owned by best friend. It’s all natural and sustainably made. You should see the way it’s working on my post acne marks.
For all of your male grooming needs and designed for even the most sensitive skin.
Clean, vegan and cruelty free nail polishes.
Clean beauty hair care products for textured hair.
Body butters that buy from the Women’s Shea Cooperative in Ghana. The founder, Abena, also supports the local community with healthcare checks, vaccinations and health education classes.
For all of your shaving needs. Single blade gold and rose gold razors. Along with body care.
Created by professional dancer and choreographer who needed something for the aches and pains. Temple Zen was born. All of his products feature restorative skin and body essentials.
Cofounders wanted to create a perfect nude lipsticks for all skin tones. They have now expanded into foundations, blushes and eyeshadow palettes.
A 7 piece skincare collection that’s designed inside and out rich in vitamins and botanicals for long term results.
Founder Katonya, wanted to create a mineral sunscreen that was acceptable for coloured skin tones.
A sweet themed cosmetic line that is vegan, cruelty and paraban free.
A vegan skincare company inspired by African Diaspora’s healing and herbalist traditions.
Minimal and multipurpose skincare made for melanin skin.
All natural personal care marketplace by all Black artisans.
Superfood boosted essentials for health and beauty.
Natural hair, skin and body products from Haiti.
Dedicated to fair wages and employs female workers in Ghana and donates 15% off their profit back to them in an education fund.
When founder, Dana, was diagnosed with Lupus, she made it her mission to develop a luxurious and non toxic skincare brand.
My friend Marina, actually went to high school with the founder. It’s natural, handmade and sustainable skincare products made in Detroit!