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During Black History Month and beyond it’s crucial we take a look at individuals, businesses and more who have paved the way for equality. Keep reading to see a curated list of young Black females who are rising up in the Canadian business industry with products that empower you.

Brown Sugar Skincare

Inspired by her brother with eczema, Jasmine wanted to find a natural alternative with ingredients you can understand, which is when BRWNSGR was born. She’s taking on the natural skincare world by storm and you’ll definitely watch Brown Sugar Skincare become a household name. From facial cleansers to body butter, they have a variety of products made for the face and body, filled with rich ingredients. Two clear rectangle pump bottles.

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Run by sister Nia and Justice Faith, this empowerment duo is speaking up with their education platform and teamed up with Roots to create a collection made to encourage individuality. What started off as a tight company by Nia, who was a dancer that couldn’t find any to match her skin tone, has now flourished into a worldwide movement. Group of people standing together in sweatsuits.

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Sajin sells premium green tea grown in Japan and is based out of Winnipeg. The antioxidant-powered tea has incredible benefits and different flavours to help you re-focus and re-charge while taking a few minutes to yourself. Not to mention their entire Instagram is a vibe, so if you’re looking for a peaceful and motivational account to add to your timeline, give them a follow @sajingreentea.

 Tea packaging with tea bag.

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