Earlier this year, we gave you 27 black-owned cosmetic companies to support. Now, we’re shining the spotlight on black-owned household brands. Let us know if there are more to add to the list!
True Laundry Detergent is a super concentrated laundry formula that allows you to use less detergent with each load. Not only will your clothes be squeaky clean, you’ll save money! True isn’t stopping at detergent, they also have plans to expand into hand sanitizer, body wash, all purpose cleaner and air fresheners. Sign up for their newsletter to receive 10% off your first order.
This paper company produces environmentally friendly toilet paper, soaps, trash liners from recycled materials and food service products (cups, food containers, etc) made from vegetable sources. The Freedom Paper Company is committed to making sure they keep the earth healthy, while producing paper and cleaning supplies for businesses and the home.
Simple Scents is a household brand that specializes in triple scented candles, room fragrant sprays, wax melts, oil burners, reed diffusers, jelly jars, electric burners and bath and body products. The company’s most famous item is their 4-wick 90-hour burning candle that is shaped like a Bundt cake. The products are found in select boutiques and Walgreens.
You know those cute little inspirational posters that you find in just about every home section in department stores? You were more than likely looking at an Inspirado design! In addition to inspirational posters Inspirado produces mugs, bath décor, and pillows.
Naturally Me and You produces natural disinfecting spray, dusting spray, glass cleaner, wood polish, carpet deodorizer, linen and room spray, and dishwasher detergent. They also provide body care in the form of butters and soaps. This brand truly is a one stop-shop!
After learning that children are more susceptible to household chemicals that adults, Founder and CEO Cyndi Prince created wool dryer balls. They are a natural alternative to dryer sheets which contain toxic chemicals. The wool dryer balls, which are biodegradable and reusable, help soften clothing and reduce drying time.
This bottled water company was founded in Atlanta, GA. Their water is fluoride-free and contains electrolytes and minerals that are nourishing to the body.
Know of any other black owned household brands? Share them with us in the comment section!