When it comes to skin care, we women are creatures of habit, wanting to stick with what has always worked in the past. Whether your tried-and-true products aren’t working like they used to, or if you just want to try something new, here are 5 skincare products created by African-American Women, that are definitely worth checking out!
1. Dab and Dabble Face Masks
Dab and Dabble is a 5-star Etsy shop offering a variety of face masks that keep your skin soft and moisturized. This plant-based skincare line has been around since 2010, and offers a wide assortment of products. Their all natural products are formulated to renew your skin and give you that glow you love.
Check out Dab and Dabble here.
2. Specific Beauty Daily Brightening Skincare Essentials Kit
This 5 piece skin care regimen is specially formulated for multicultural skin. It restores and evens skin tone, to make your skin healthy and bright. The kit includes a gentle cleanser, dark spot corrector pads, dark spot corrector serum, skin brightening serum, and day moisturizer.
Specific Beauty Products are available here.
3. Base Butter Radiate Face Jelly
This face jelly is an aloe vera-based gel face moisturizer, that is Non-comedogenic, dermatologist-tested, paraben free, and cruelty free. Perfect to rejuvenate, restore, and protect your skin.
Radiate Face Jelly can be reviewed here.
4. BeijaFlorNaturals Amazon Antioxidant Treatment
BeijaFlorNaturals offers a Brazilian butter blend that is known to combat the aging process, to produce healthy, younger skin. This moisturizer can be used every day, or as an overnight treatment.
Visit BeijaFlorNaturals to see their full product line here.
5. Abalove Apothecary Petal Facial Mist
Petal Facial Mist is perfect for dry skin, adding moisture to bring your skin back to life. This all natural product is vegan and alcohol free. It is a toner perfect for giving your skin a nice glow, without leaving an oily residue.
Check out Abalove Apothecary here.
While they can certainly be used by anyone, these skincare products caught our eye because they are all formulated with African-American skin in mind (and-in our opinion- infused with a little Black Girl Magic). Add one or all of these products to your new routine, support Black Women Owned businesses, and look and feel your best while you live your best life!
*The products shown were selected and suggested by the FBW writing staff. We are not affiliates of any of these products, and have not received compensation (in any form) for featuring these products. As always, these are only our recommendations and are not intended in any way as medical advice. Please consult with your dermatologist or physician before beginning any new skincare routine.
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