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5 Black-owned skincare brands to start your New Year


Founded by certified formulator Ashli Goudelock, Tsuri’s mission is to merge luxury, clean beauty, sacred self-care, and natural home care products. Each product is all-natural, organic, and cruelty-free and helps create a spa-like experience right in your home. Its Tigernut Squalene Multi-Use Oil is a particular customer favorite that will lock in all that great moisture while you sleep. And as a bonus, for every 60 products sold, NoIssue plants trees on Tsuri’s behalf for reforestation efforts.


Board-certified dermatologist Rosemarie Ingleton, MD, the Medical Director of Ingleton Dermatology in New York, created a natural line of skincare products. The formulas address common concerns- aging, dullness, redness, blemishes, and dehydration. She has used blends of natural fruit extracts native to her home island, Jamaica, to create each product.


Founded by skincare expert Dorian Renaud, Buttah Skin is a gender-inclusive brand built on the power of raw, natural, organic shea butter. Top products include the CocoShea Revitalizing Cream, which has hyaluronic acid and vitamin E to hydrate and soothe your skin.


Rooted in multiculturalism, Hyper Skin is committed to treating dark spots and discoloration on all skin tones, and enhancing glow. Their Hyper Clear Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum is made with a blend of clean and natural ingredients that brightens skin, smooths texture and is said to reduce the appearance of scars and dark marks.


Founded and led by Chief Chemist Tracy, AcARRE is said to be a new natural for the beauty minimalist. Nature based skincare is the foundation for the brand as they believe feeding your skin the highest grade organic ingredients will yield the best results. Their use of bioactive beauty products helps to re-balance the microbiome, bringing balance to the skin and scalp.



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