Black History Month is a great time to discover Black-owned businesses. From raw honey to whimsical bedsheets, check out these products from some of the top Black-owned businesses on Amazon. Once you find a business you like, you can continue to support them all year round!
Does your skin need some attention in this rough winter season? Mother’s Shea by Eu’Genia Shea Butter is 100% pure, unrefined African shea made with a sustainably-sourced blend of natural ingredients. Use this shea butter to nourish your dry skin and hair and enjoy the aromatherapy offered by the light scent of rose. Other scents are available as well. Just warm some of the shea butter in your hands and apply to your skin and hair. 15% of the profits from Mother’s Shea by Eu’Genia Shea Butter are donated to an education fund in Ghana. Buy it here.
Self care is the name of the game. These Aromatherapy Shower Steamers with Essential Oil will turn any shower into a spa-worthy experience. Each set comes with steamers with scents like rose, peppermint, lavender, jasmine and more. They also contain essential oils and small pieces of real flowers. The best part? You can use each steamer for more than one shower. Buy it here.
If you’ve ever tried to use natural deodorant, you know that it can be difficult to find one that actually works and doesn’t leave you sticky and stinky at the end of the day. PiperWai Natural Deodorant is a vegan, aluminum-free deodorant with natural ingredients that absorb moisture and provide long-lasting odor protection. PiperWai uses ingredients like activated charcoal, coconut oil and shea butter to make you smell fresh all day long. It’s also gentle on sensitive skin. Buy it here.
Wipes are a convenient way to keep things clean while you’re out and about, but who has room for a pack of wet wipes? DewBurst Dry-to-Wet Cloths are little coin-sized pucks in a cardboard tube. But when you add some water, the pucks expand to become a 12-inch cloth. For the eco-conscious out there, there are no added preservatives or chemicals. The packaging and cloths are also designed to break down easily over time, making them an environmentally-friendly choice. Each tube comes with 10 cloths. Buy it here.
Looking for something sweet? This Unfiltered Raw Honey by Zach & Zoe Sweet Bee Farm is made locally in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and is filled with natural antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. And it tastes good to boot! You won’t be able to go back to processed honey after tasting this. Buy it here.
If you’re a coffee-lover, look no further than BLK & Bold Rise & GRND Coffee Blend. This medium roast coffee is made with fair-trade certified coffee beans. With a flavor described as “caramel, lemon, nutty, smooth,” it’s a perfect blend that mixes sweet and savory notes. It’s exactly what you need to start your daily hustle. 5% of profits from BLK & Bold are donated to help at-risk youth. Buy it here.
Any grill master worth their salt needs a good set of tools. The Kona BBQ Grill Tools Set contains four premium, stainless steel grill tools that are 18 inches long. They also come with handles that are shaped like bottle openers! It’s a great gift for someone who loves to grill…or even for yourself! Buy it here.
If you work at a desk all day, you’re probably tired of sitting in a chair. With these Life Your Table Leg Extensions, you can transform your regular old desk into a standing desk. These leg extenders are best suited for wishbone or bent-leg folding tables, and it instantly lifts them to a hight of approximately 42 inches. Get on your feet! Buy it here.
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Who said bedtime couldn’t be fun? This Playtime Bed Sheets Twin Set will bring joy to any child’s bedroom with over 60 fun interactive games and puzzles printed right on the sheets. It’s perfect for children who have a habit of waking up too early (too early for the parents, that is). It also adds some imaginative fun to a sick day. These sheets come in three different colors to choose from. Buy it here.
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