BIPOC-owned health and wellness businesses to support

BIPOC-owned health and wellness businesses to support

Rosella LoChirco
2 minute read

While the health and wellness industry aims to promote more healthy, wholesome lives, there is a sharp lack of racial diversity and representation in these spaces. There are many ways to support diversity in the health and wellness industry, but one of the direct and sustainable ways is to shop at BIPOC-owned businesses.

Here, we’ve made a list of BIPOC-owned brands that are changing the face of health and wellness for the better. 

Homebody

Staying at home isn’t so bad if you have some made-from-scratch, herbal CBD bath soaks from Homebody. Founded by sisters Rebecca Grammer-Ybarra and Christy Grammer, Homebody holistic products fill your tub with powerful antioxidants (over 176 to be exact) and other therapeutic active ingredients. Order Vitamin Sea and Peach Love, & Happiness and soak up the last bit of summer!

Golde

Golde is a health and beauty brand that delivers superfood products direct to your door. Golde prides itself on making natural products that are easy to incorporate into everyday life. Check out their complete beauty + wellness kit that combines their most-loved products for the best value. 

Heal Haus

Heal Haus is an inclusive wellness space designed to support folks as they develop healthier, healing practices for the mind, body, and spirit. During COVID-19, Heal Haus is offering live streamed classes and workshops for members. They also sell products direct to your door!

Highbrow Hippie

Highbrow Hippie connects customers to curated products and inspiration in the beauty, wellness, and conscious living space. Friends and former classmates Myka Harris and Kadi Lee founded this brand in order to reach a wider audience after they initially launched a blog together. 

Grounded

Grounded believes that the appreciation of plants can be central to relaxing and truly enjoying our lived spaces. By connecting customers to stress-relieving plants, Grounded hopes to help customers reconnect to themselves. 

Do you have a favorite BIPOC-owned business? Share it below!

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