30+ Black-Owned Skincare Companies To Support Today

Every time a major brand finds themselves in hot water with the Black collective,  we often use that time to argue and write think-pieces about the offense instead of focusing our attention and efforts on the brands who are made for us by us. While I may not feel outraged by the Dove advertisment, no one can accuse me of not supporting and uplifting black-owned brands on this platform. I know we our great at multi-tasking, so I know we can all make this post about black-owned skincare brands go just as viral as the Dove ad we detest so much.

Black Owned Skincare Companies

Bolden Skincareir?source=bk&t=l05f2 20&bm id=default&l=ktl&linkId=a1c7d76131fdbcf5dbedf68063f03092& cb=1507568287193 (see Review HERE)

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Kreyol Essenceblack-owned-skincare

Natural Mixologistblack-owned-skincare

Bubble Bistro

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Ask in loving Experience 



Sereniti Bath, Body & You


Pooka Purea And Simple




Cream and Cocoa Skincareblack-owned-skincareFrom Lia to You


Foxie Bombs Cosmetics


Adiva Naturals black-owned-skincare




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Jovi Shai Beauty



Tropikal Bliss


Fashion Fair

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Beija Flor Naturals 



Bekura Beauty 

black-owned-skincareButter Me Up Goods





Georgia by Jodie Patterson


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black-owned-skincareVera Moore  


Temple Zen 

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If you like this post be sure to check out these black-owned listings as well:

Black Owned Cosmetics Click HERE 


Black Owned Lingerie Click HERE

black owned lingerie companies

Black Owned Swimwear Click HERE



Click HERE for Black-Owned  T-Shirt Companies



Click HERE for Black-Owned Bed and Breakfastsblack-owned-bed-breakfastClick HERE for Black Owned Beauty Supply Stores

Kayla Davis, 19, and Keonna Davis, 21 Photo: KD Haircare LLC

Click HERE for Black Owned Haircare Companies

Feel free to add additional listings below!

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  1. Thanks, I appreciate you and others like yourself using the creativity and ideas that the Most High had given you too inspire us (those seeking, hoping and praying).

  2. Hello,
    I love this listing
    It’s Aweosme!
    I own a black beauty cosmetics company and would live to be added to this

    Thank You!

  3. Thank you so much! I always support black owned companies- I need a list of black owned children’s clothing. Something similar to old navy or children’s place. I shop at prwbabies sometimes but they dont have a large selection of 6yo’s, ostly babies and toddlers.

  4. Hello, I am the founder and CEO of GG Naturals L.L.C. which is a black woman owned company. We specialize in natural and organic handmade hair products, soap, and body products. There are small companies out here who care about being chemical free. Thank you,
    Stephanie a.k.a. Gurl Gone Natural.

  5. I love this list. Hello my name is Jasmine Pender CEO of Yavea hair collection. We are an black owned company that sells luxury hair and also have a line of organic hair care products. Go follow my Instagram at yaveahair or my Facebook page is Yavea Hair Collection.
    Thank you

  6. Hi my name is Kela and I own a Organic Bath & Beauty Boutique called Organically Bath & Beauty and we hand make everything in our shop. My husband and I are Black, launched our company in 2016 and just got our brick and mortar this month and it’s going great. We have over 50 soap bars and much more. Would love to be added to your future listing.

  7. Hello,
    Perhaps I may not make your future list, but I am inspired by your list of black own natural skincare compaines. I came upon your blog by mistake and very happy to have found it. I too am a woman black own handcrafted hair and skin company base on the Caribbean island of st.Kitts & Nevis

  8. Thank you so much for the list. I was just about to order natural deodorant online when I thought to seek out a Black owned company. I love having all of these businesses at my fingertips.

    The ads on your website, however, are MADDENING! I can’t scroll through without a vendor’s ad smack dab in the middle of what I’m trying to look at. It’s a huge turn-off.

    1. i’ll see if I can scale back a bit. Working on a new site design, but the ads will have to stay. Gotta pay the bills!

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