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6 Black Companies With Haircare For Kids

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Your kids mean the world to you. Their needs are a priority and those needs go well beyond eating and play. Haircare is essential but not just any product line will do. Check out these Black owned companies making products just for your little ones.

Natural Bunch Kids is a children’s hair care line that empowers children with different hair textures to love themselves. This hair care line provides parents a solution that helps increase moisture retention and promotes healthy hair growth, from the inside out. Their Treatment + Growth Bunch will fortify your little one’s distressed strands with a powerful trio that will foster length retention, restore damaged hair and prevent thinning and excessive shedding. Click here to shop.

Are there hair products tailored specifically for boys? That was the question Cora Miller had when searching for her son. She couldn’t find much so she launched Young King Hair Care. Intentionally crafted with boys in mind, Young King products are redefining young male grooming by encouraging boys with textured hair to celebrate and love their crown. Click here to shop.

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Crowns and Contours was created to encourage women of color to embrace the things that make them unique and beautiful: the company goes deeper than outward appearances. Their Carribbean Coils Collection offers a full suite of products for growth, washing and conditioning, along with hair health. Click here to shop.

Aubrey Baby Goodies is here for your baby’s and toddler’s haircare needs. The company provides all-natural, organic products to help improve and maintain the health of your children’s hair. They offer Baby Boy and Girl hair covers, conditioners and hair + skin moisturizers. Click here to shop.

Luxe Layers by Dream provides 100% all-natural hair care for all. Made with love by a mom and her daughter, this haircare line has no parabens, no carcinogens and is ideal for kids. Click here to shop.

Brown Girl Organics creates hair products made from natural and organic ingredients. The company’s focus is to create products that will solve your child’s biggest hair problems. They offer a line of shampoos, conditioners, oils and balms. Click here to shop.

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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