Black-Owned Wellness Vendors

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Celebrate Black History Month by supporting these Black-owned companies. Oryana sells various high quality wellness products from the following companies.

The Honey Pot Company

CEO and co-founder Bea Dixon created The Honey Pot through inspiration she received in a dream regarding a personal health issue. The company’s feminine care products are plant-derived and created by women, for women. The products contain no harmful chemicals like parabens or artificial fragrances and are clinically-tested and gynecologist approved. They make panty liners, tampons, washes, sprays, suppositories, and many more products.

Inesscents Aromatic Botanicals

The goal of Inesscents is to provide a means to healthy, glowing skin as well as to raise awareness in and around how the world does business. Not only do they rely on certified organic, wild harvested and fair trade raw materials, ensuring sustainable farming practices and living wages for famers, they make sure all their employees are paid fair wages. They have been a B Corporation since 2008, Certified Organic since 2009, and Certified Fair Trade since 2014. Amber Ashley is the Founder and formulator at Inesscents Aromatic Botanicals.

Nubian Heritage

Nubian Heritage got its start on the streets of Harlem. Back in 1992 and fresh out of college and without jobs, Richelieu Dennis and Nyema Tubman set out to bring the healing traditions of African Black Soap and Shea Butter to the community they loved. Short on experience but full of passion and determination, they mined their knowledge of culturally authentic healing traditions to create natural skin and body treatments to share with their families and community.

Not Black-owned but worthy of mention: Dr. Hauschka

Dr. Hauschka, a high quality skincare and cosmetic company, created a foundation in 9 different skin tones to balance every complexion. This foundation provides lightweight, even coverage that blends seamlessly with darker skin tones.