Here are some black-owned businesses you can support on Amazon. Some I discovered on my own and some I found through this list of black-owned cosmetics brand names, and posts on ET Online and Boogie The Pug Please let me understand if you understand any other companies on Amazon we ought to include in future posts.
An anti-inflammatory calming oil that can make your ill animal comfortable
It was begun by a pet-loving couple who sought holistic treatments for their mini schnauzer suffering from cancer. It has 4.2 stars, 86 ratings and a B on Fakespot
Cute keychains and earrings that look like tiny food
SK began making small food for her niece’s dolls and realized that she wanted it. She makes keychains like this tiny taco and avocado, adorable stud earrings that look like Pop Tarts, lemons and pizza, and drop earrings that appear like Swedish fish and challah bread Reviews say the small food is super adorable and that they get compliments on the earrings. These would also make fantastic gifts. Take a look at these sparkly donut earrings and these peanut butter and jelly earrings!
Mint and almond oil for healthy hair and scalp
This moisturizing mint and almond hair oil by Mielle Organics has 4.3 stars, over 200 ratings and an A on Fakespot Women compose that it “smells amazing,” instantly hydrates “without being sticky or overly oily,” that it “feels so fantastic on my scalp and does not weigh my hair down!” which “a little goes a long way.” Some customers say the oil was leaking when they got the product, however numerous people had the ability to notify Amazon and get it reshipped.
Gentle micellar water with apple and banana
It’s said to be “incredibly hydrating” with a great smell and to be mild and non-irritating.
A clarifying skin cleanser for oily and acne-prone skin
This skin clarifying cleanser by Bolden is developed for women of color and for females with oily and acne-prone skin. It’s paraben and sulfate free and is stated to “unblock pores and prevent breakouts.” This has 36 ratings, 4.4 stars and a B on Fakespot. Users state that it ” feels fantastic after washing and does not dry skin out,” “my skin is looking incredible, the best it ever has,” and call it “rejuvenating.” This is stated to be perfumey so if you’re sensitive to smells you may wish to avoid it.
Full all-day protection stick structure
This stick foundation from Black Opal comes in 20 shades. It can be used for all over protection and as a highlighter and shape stick. The structure might be finest fit for regular to dry skin, but women with oily skin state that they simply add powder after and it looks great. It’s under $12 and has 4.5 stars over 1,000 ratings and a A on Fakespot Reviewers compose that “the formula is velvety and light,” “buildable,” “offers me a terrific natural color, and the makeup lasts all the time.”
Wool dryer balls are effective, chemical-free replacements for anti-static sheet
I’m chemically sensitive and do not use even fragrance free dryer sheets, however I have those little hedgehog plastic things that work ok when I keep in mind to put them in the dryer. These colorful clothes dryer balls are made in Maine with local wool. The business was begun by Cyndi Prince, who desired an alternative to harmful dryer sheets and observed that other wool clothes dryer balls worked fantastic however quickly fell apart. These have 52 rankings, 4.2 stars and a C on Fakespot. You get three colorful balls for $30 Users state ” these have actually cut my drying time in half and significantly minimized the lint gathered,” “my clothing and towels feel light and airy again,” and “I have had these for a couple of years now. They are great!”