Last week we highlighted black-owned businesses offering holistic and spiritual products because we believe in the importance of taking care of your mind, body and soul, especially during these uncertain times. Coincidentally, we have notice a surge of black-owned businesses listed in the Skin Care category on Black-Owned Association. And since the skin is the human body’s largest organ, it is only right that we take the time to explore some of the black-owned businesses in the Skin Care category in order to add to our self-care regiment.
During your exploration, be sure to check for social media accounts and follow these black-owned businesses in the Skin Care category on Instagram as I believe you will find many impressive profiles with informative, engaging and fun content. If you like what you see, show your support and spend the extra $5 or $10 for shipping when shopping with these black-owned businesses if you have to. I am sure you have wasted money on less important things in life than skin care. I don’t think you really have much to lose! Remember smaller businesses, especially black-owned businesses, typically have a higher cost of goods than big businesses like Amazon. Don’t expect to just get a discount from the small guys and pay full price everywhere else. Otherwise, we will run these business out of business, which is the opposite of what we are looking to accomplish.
Worst case scenario, if you do not have a good experience with any of the black-owned businesses that this platform referred you to, please contact us, leave a review on their BlackOwnedAssociation.com listing, or click the “Report” listing button on their business listing.
Check back on BlackOwnedAssociation.com for updates regularly; we add black-owned businesses to our directory daily! And we encourage all of the black-owned businesses that you know to join the platform today!
Please do not let this become a dying trend; keep up the support of black-owned businesses every day! If you don’t have a lot of money to spare, that is perfectly understandable in these trying times. Support is FREE – so simply follow, like, comment, tag businesses on our social media, share the content with your friends and followers so they can shop in your place. Now go enjoy supporting these black-owned Skin Care businesses; and shop local when you can!
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