The ultimate goal in the beauty industry is often to have “skin as soft as a baby.” Although a newborn’s skin is softer to touch, melanin-rich infant’s skin tends to be more sensitive and prone to general pigmentation issues resulting from dry skin and eczema. Therefore, caring for your newborn’s skin takes the right products and some special care to keep your baby’s skin soft and healthy.
After recently watching Netflix’s Self Made: Inspired by Madame C.J. Walker, I thanked God for how far [Black] women have come. Since the days Sarah Breedlove, a daughter to former slaves, amassed millionaire status, Black women have created products that now populate shelves in Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods, and opened businesses that serve communities around the world.
For more than 150 years, from the rural South to northern cities, Black people have used farming to build self-determined communities and resist oppressive structures that tear them down.
Sisterhood is not limited to just family. I have amazing sisters in education and sorors who protect and guide me through life with their experiences. These are just a few of the gems they dropped recently about sisterhood, self-care and the BLK+GRN products they love!
We get a lot of questions on our favorite ways to use our original blend, and our all-time fave keeps things pretty simple.
Body scrubs are a great way to rejuvenate your skin. With their refreshing scents, shimmering appearance, and exfoliating properties, body scrubs make for a perfect mini spa treatment (even if it’s just in your bathroom).