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Although there are many places to buy skincare and haircare essentials, there is one online marketplace that stands out from the rest — and it’s making serious change along the way.
A one-stop-shop for beauty items, Blk + Grn features all-natural brands created by Black artisans, and it’s truly incredible. Its website explains, “We make it easier for you to consume consciously, vote with your dollar and cultivate our community.”
Founded by Dr. Kristian H, Blk + Grn’s selection is “carefully chosen by Black women’s health experts,” highlighting items that are non-toxic, cruelty-free and plant-based. Shopping at the online marketplace is not only good for the planet, but it’s an amazing way to support Black-owned businesses.
Dr. Kristian H explains on Blk + Grn’s website, “My mission has and always will be to connect Black women to the tools, resources, knowledge and products they need to lead happier and healthier lives. I believe that a life free of toxins and all things artificial is a life worth cultivating.”
“My purpose through Blk + Grn is to help you do exactly that while also elevating a group of artisans who otherwise would not have a place to share their stories or their products with the very people they created them for,” she continues.
So whether you’re in search of a cleanser or serum, this marketplace provides endless options. Along with beauty products, there are even lifestyle items for home, grocery and menstrual care. Chances are you’ll discover a brand that becomes your new go-to.
Ahead, we’ve rounded a few of our favorite picks. So go ahead, show your support — and ultimately feel good about where your dollar is going.
Shop: Black Girl Sunscreen, $19
Shop: Sister Scientist Organic Hand Cleanser Spray, $15
Shop: Beautiful Curly Me Filtered Face Masks, $17
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