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Friday, June 8, 2018

3 Black-Owned Brands of Deodorant That You Should Roll With!

Founders of Black-owned Deodorant Brand
The founders of Nubian Heritage all-natural deodorant
Everybody uses deodorant. It's a very common household product that most people can't live without, and billions of dollars worth of it are sold every year by major retailers like Target, Walmart, and even Amazon. But did you know that there are several Black-owned brands of deodorant? Even more, each of them are all-natural with no chemicals or aluminum.Here are three Black-owned brands of deodorant that you should get your roll-on with:

#1 - Garner's Garden Activated Charcoal Natural Deodorant: This all-natural activated charcoal deodorant protects you against odors all day by using powerful clays, powders, aluminum free baking soda and therapeutic grade essential oils. Safe for adults and kids! The founder of this Black-owned brand, Philip Garner, started his company back in 2012 and also sells all-natural toothpowder, mouthwash, and skincare products.

#2 - Nubian Heritage's Venture Out Deodorant Collection: This all-natural 24-hour deodorant is aluminum-free, and is offered in seven different scents including Coconut & Papaya, Honey & Black Seed, African Black Soap, Indian Hemp & Haitian Vetiver, Raw Shea Butter, Abyssinian Oil & Chia Seed, and Patchouli & Buriti. The founders of this Black-owned brand, Richelieu Dennis (the CEO of Sundial Brands and SheaMoisture), Mary Dennis and Nyema Tubman, launched their company back in 1992.

#3 - Granny's Natural Deodorant: This deodorant is all-natural, organic and aluminum, paraben and GMO free. Made for all skin types, the ingredients include organic coconut oil, organic shea butter, vitamin E oil, 100% pure clary sage oil, and homemade organic peppermint oil or lavender oil. The founder of this Black-owned brand launched the company back in 2017.