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8 Black-Owned Skincare Brands You Didn't Know You Needed
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8 Black-Owned Skincare Brands You Didn't Know You Needed

The glory is in our melanin, right?


As such, I went on the hunt for black-owned skincare products and found a ton of amazing goodies you didn't even know your skin's been craving.

Here's my compiled list of faves:

Kaike

Smooth and repair skin with Kaike's Marshmallow Mask + Scrub. This hydrating mask is perfect for dry and sensitive skin. Use it to repair, cleanse, and exfoliate. Make it a mask or a scrub, either way, this vegan and cruelty-free product is a great addition to your weekly skincare routine.

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