The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd have rightfully created a call to action for change within our nation. With protests against institutionalized racism and police brutality taking place across the country, being a bystander to the injustice is no longer an option — as fellow Americans, now is the time to band together as allies and demand change for the sake of the Black community.

We may be a product recommendation site, but we refuse to sit back and be silent. We’re asking you to spark change in any way that you can: signing petitions, protesting while practicing social distancing if possible, donating to helpful organizations, and using your wallet to promote equality and support the Black community. While these are small steps, we’re willing to do anything we can to show up for our Black community, and we’re asking you to do the same.

Here at Best Products, we invite you to use your hard-earned dollars for good by supporting Black-owned businesses. These are just a few of the many black-owned brands we’d like to highlight for you today, and you can check out Support Black Owned for a more detailed list of businesses within your state. From fashion to home, stationery, and so much more, here are several online black-owned businesses to support:

UOMA Beauty

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Recently celebrating their first full year in business, UOMA Beauty is founded by Nigerian-born, LA- and London-based former beauty executive Sharon Chuter. The brand is at the forefront of reshaping the dated standards of the beauty industry by crafting products that are forward-thinking, radical, and challenges society’s beauty stigmas.

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The Carter Brand

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This brand creates apparel with a message. From iron-on patches to jackets, The Carter Brand is a Black-owned business that specializes in clothing that celebrates Black icons and promotes justice and racial equality.

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Melanie Marie

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This independent, New York-based jewelry brand creates timeless pieces that look beautiful on everyone. Plus, many of the brand’s pieces cost under $100, making them affordable, gorgeous investments.

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Love, Cortnie

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This up-and-coming independent fashion brand should be on your shopping list for its unique and eclectic handbag collection. Originally started on Etsy, founder and designer Cortnie Elizabeth has extended her brand to create over 200 different styles and designs of purses and accessories. From cool and playful clutches to trendy bucket bags, Love, Cortnie is the brand to shop if you’re in need of fashion-forward accessories to spruce up your wardrobe, all while supporting an independent black female designer.

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UNWRP

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If you’re into giving gifts that feel authentic, unique and elevated, then UNWRP should be on your radar by now. This shop promotes one-of-a-kind gifting essentials (think wine boxes, gift bags, cards) that feature art by independent artists. Shoppers also have the opportunity to donate to the site’s Artist Relief Fund to help artists financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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OUI the People

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Promoting itself as “body care for good people,” this shaving and body care brand was founded to make beauty available for all. Instead of feeding into the unattainable beauty standards lingering within the industry, OUI the People celebrates everyone’s uniqueness and natural beauty.

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Pyer Moss

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Founded by Kirby Jean-Raymond, this beloved luxury fashion label was born to disrupt the fashion industry at its core. Founded in 2013, Pyer Moss has bloomed into much more than just another high-end fashion brand. Behind each piece you purchase, there is a message of activism, social dialogue, and demand for reform behind it. If you are a luxury fashion shopper, then Pyer Moss is definitely one of the labels you need to follow.

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McBride Sisters Collection

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This family-owned wine collection started out as a passion for sisters Robin and Andréa and is now a successful and tasty business. They have everything from canned rosé (perfect to enjoy during the summer months) to full-bodied reds and everything in between. Plus, they have a wine club that you should definitely take note of.

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Briogeo

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Briogeo, founded by beauty mogul Nancy Twine, is one of the most successful clean haircare brands on the market now. Their strong ethos of using only Mother Nature’s best ingredients has propelled them to be one of the most celebrated haircare brands of the moment.

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Yowie

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If your home, wardrobe, or any other aspect of your life needs a little more curation and style, then Yowie is your answer. This Philadelphia-based, Black-owned shop has everything from aesthetically pleasing planters and towels to incense burners and independent zines to give your life a little more color, edge, and sophistication. But their unique pieces sell out quickly, so keep an eye out for their latest drops and products by following them on Instagram.

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Cloth & Paper

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Cloth & Paper’s plethora of minimalist stationery offerings include luxe leather planners, pretty paper planner inserts, foiled dividers, and more. If you take your scribbling seriously, opt in for their stationary subscription service to receive a sweet surprise every month.

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Nubian Skin

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Nude-colored bras and hosiery are essentials in every woman’s wardrobe, but they shouldn’t be one shade fits all. Frustrated by finding few skin tone options that suited her own complexion, company founder Ade Hassan created Nubian Skin to fit the underwear needs of women of color. Today, the brand sells everything from strapless bras, to stockings, and swimsuits, with extended sizes and color offerings that cater to every body.

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Plant-Based Mary Jane CBD

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Developed by a cannabis nurse, Plant-Based Mary Jane is a Black- and female-owned wellness business that offers full- and broad-spectrum CBD products for natural healing. Shop their Cooling CBD Peppermint Rub or their Full Spectrum Strawberry CBD Oil.

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The Honey Pot Company

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The Honey Pot’s line of feminine care products features pH-balancing wipes and cleansers, menstrual essentials, like cups, pads, and tampons, and items for more holistic maternity hygiene. Founder Bea Dixon created the brand after suffering from bacterial vaginosis for months with no relief. When an ancestor visited her in a dream with a vision that helped her heal, Dixon developed The Honey Pot to create hygiene products that are powered by herbs and other natural ingredients.

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Ujamaa Box

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Ujamaa Box’s quarterly lifestyle subscription will send you six products that are sourced only from Black-owned businesses. From candles and hair clips, to crocheted washcloths and condiments, this box will surprise you with coveted wants and essentials.

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Beauty Bakerie

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Now a multimillion-dollar business that features creative baking-inspired makeup product names and packaging, Beauty Bakerie began as a labor of love born out of serious circumstances. Founder Cashmere Nicole became a single mother at 16, lived on food stamps, and overcame breast cancer. Her story of turning immense hardship into success is undoubtedly inspiring.

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Me & the Bees

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You may remember young beverage entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer when she first appeared on Shark Tank, pitching her honey-infused lemonade company BeeSweet at the age of 13. Now under a new name, what started as a simple lemonade stand is now a multimillion-dollar business.

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Raycon

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If we had one wish, it would be that all Americans unite in the fight against racism. Singer Ray J’s sleek earbuds and headphones are a step up from costly competitors with water-resistant designs, extended battery life, and superior sound quality.

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ReBourné

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Based in NYC, ReBourné’s soy candles and natural haircare and skincare products are all handmade and affordable. We love their rugged packaging, heavenly blended scents, and incredibly moving origin story.

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