One of the best decisions I ever made was to actively support Black owned businesses last year. And even though that was my big 2020 commitment, buying Black is definitely something I will continue channeling my energy into this year and in the future. I love sharing my Black owned finds with you, like I’ve previously done with my Black owned home decor and baby brands lists, or my Black owned holiday gift guide. Now, you all know how serious I am about my skincare, and I always get so many skincare related questions in my monthly Q&As. So, I’m sharing 20 Black owned skincare brands that stand out to me, and for you to add to your cosmetics cabinet.
One of my go-to Black owned skincare brands with a great range of products. The founder cultivated the brand to reflect values of clean, ethical, inclusive beauty.
Hyper Skin’s Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum is bomb! It is one of my favorite Black owned skincare products that I reach for the most.
A vegan, cruelty-free skincare and beauty line with made-to-order products. They have the most delicious looking body scrubs and creamy body butters.
Founder Aba Gyepi-Garbrah is a Certified Aromatherapist. Her love of plant medicine led to her discovery of exotic flowers, precious oils, and woods used in her products.
Oye’s authentic African beauty products are made from shea butter sourced directly from Nigeria. Their shea butter helps fade scars, stretch marks, rashes and eczema.
This brand’s products have Cannabidiol in them, that is non-intoxicating but has therapeutic value. That’s what makes them different.
Organic Bath Co. believes in self-care made simple. They value mindful moments, peaceful thoughts and nurturing your skin from the outside in. I’m here for it!
This brand has great protective and brightening facial cleansing wipes that, beyond taking off makeup, also tackle adult acne, dark spots, and dry skin.
Public service announcement – radiant skin is in! And Golde have amazing all natural face masks made with real superfoods to bring out the radiance in you.
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but it might be time to invest in an eye cream lol! Yelle has got you covered, along with other products to keep you looking and feeling revived.
The founder of Shani Darden developed a passion for creating skincare products that she struggled to find on the market. Her site shares some great skincare tips too!
Bolden was created to empower Black women to confidently embrace their natural beauty. They have brightening moisturizers, repair serums, and more.
Epara is a premium skincare brand that offers a selection of products made with high quality African botanicals. I love their sleek, minimal packaging.
I recently discovered Topicals and I can’t wait to try their Faded Brightening & Clearing Gel which is meant to gently fade away the look of the most stubborn marks, scars, and spots. Sign me up!
When founder Barbara Jacques was fighting an ovarian tumor while pregnant, she began formulating non-toxic products, and as such, created her natural skincare brand.
Awali Shea Butter sources their pure, raw, unrefinednilotica shea butter from Northern Uganda. I love their earthy look and feel!
Now y’all know how much I always preach about BLACK.PEOPLE.NEED.SUNSCREEN.TOO! This brand is all about protecting your melanin.
Beyond their wide range of products, what’s really nifty about Rosen’s website is the online quiz they offer to find the perfect skincare routine for you. Love it!
This brand’s founder is a board-certified dermatologist who made it her mission to create an effortless, effective skincare line to address the most common skin concerns.
You’ve got to check out S.Dot Beauty and their products that incorporate nature’s finest and most effective ingredients. Whether you’re looking to cleanse, tone, moisturize, they’ve got it all!