Eat like you give a damn, drink water, and support these black-owned vegan businesses.

Treat yourself with some TLC (tender loving compassion). You deserve the glow-up, so make it a mindful experience by shopping for only cruelty-free products:

Trap Vegan

Trap Vegan is the first-ever urban clothing brand seeking to encourage mindfulness, compassion, and freedom for both animals and humans. The Trap Vegan mindset promotes economic empowerment and the hustle.

Kyra’s Shea Medleys

Handmade in Los Angeles, Kyra’s Shea Medleys makes great-smelling multi purpose hair and skin products. Every time that someone makes a purchase, the company makes a donation to a local nonprofit group, shelter, or community campaign—meaning that every purchase serves a purpose. Enjoy high-quality shea butter and other oils while giving back.

FLOWER POWER BABY BUTTER! ? A treat for both your hair and skin, our Flower Power smells just like a bouquet of freshly cut flowers, light and heavenly! Harnessing the power of FIVE amazing flowers—? Chamomile, ? Lavender, ? Rose, ? Jasmine and ? Ylang Ylang—this Baby Butter is the ultimate Medley for you and your little ones hair and skin! Here are some of its amazing BENEFITS: ? Stimulant that increases blood circulation, allowing more oxygen to hair and skin cells ? Promotes healthy scalp, moisturizes, shines and thickens hair; reduces hair loss, increases hair growth ? Natural antioxidant that reduces signs/effects of aging, i.e. wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin ? Antiseptic for cuts, nicks, and scrapes; anti-bacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties ? Soothes and relieves pain from headaches, sore muscles, and even menstrual cramps ? Get your jar of Flower Power at #sheabutter #organic #vegan #crueltyfree #rose #chamomile #Lavender #Jasmine #ylangylang #love #naturalhair #Ellen #curls #entrepreneur #skincare #locs #peace #determination #protectivestyles #naturalhaircommunity

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Dominick Thompson is the founder of this badass mission-based T-shirt line, which is rooted in helping animals with every purchase. Every three months, the company launches a new T-shirt design with a new campaign to support a specific animal group in need.

Shea Moisture

Sofi Tucker started selling shea nuts in a village in Sierra Leone, and by 1912, she had a complete line of natural skin- and hair-care products, including shea butter and black soap. More than 100 years later, Shea Moisture is still thriving because of its strong ethical standards and organic, fair-trade ingredients.

Carol’s Daughter

Lisa Price began creating high-quality natural products from her kitchen in Brooklyn in 1993 after being encouraged by her mother, Carol. Price even named her company after her, stating that the most special part of her identity is that she’s “Carol’s Daughter.” Now, more than 20 years later, business is booming and you can find her products nationwide in Target.

What could be better than shopping cruelty-free and supporting black-owned businesses? Umm … nothing.

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