September 15, 2023
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National Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off on September 15th and today we want to highlight some incredible Latinx-owned stores we plan on supporting this month.
This holiday honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans, sharing the history, heritage, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino Americans of past and present.
We reached out to our Customer Success team to find out which stores they're excited to shop from this month. Here's just a few recs!
Skincare brand Nopalera champions the richness of Mexican heritage, but also the resilience they see within our customer community. One of the key ingredients in their product line is the Nopal cactus, where they carefully extracted oil from the plant's seeds. You'll also find aromas and ingredients steeped in Mexican heritage—Copal, Amber, Jasmine oil, and rose clay, just to name a few.
Hair care brand Ceremonia is also inspired by their heritage with an approach to using clean, vegan ingredients primarily sourced from Latin America. They believe that hair care starts at the top, stemming from rich culture, that feed your hair from the roots and beyond, for ultimate hair wellness.
Warning: do not look at this website if you are hungry or like delicious desserts. My Cookie Dealer has a loyal following who wait and wait for the next drop. Karen Morel started baking cookies for her body builder husband who needed the best stuff for his cheat days. But then the requests from friends, family and other fitness influencers filled her kitchen, which turned her baking hobby into a full-time job.
My Vida Origins was founded by two brothers who found the need to help others as one of their main purposes in life. After a lifelong interest in natural remedies, herbs for treating certain conditions and techniques for improving overall health became a topic they'd discuss with friends and family and a growing YouTube audience, they began to research the supplements industry and didn't love what they found. Each of their formulas is made from the highest-quality ingredients available.
Agave Girl Boutique's mission is to support female artisans and their Jalisco roots. They work with female artisans in Mexico to create premium handmade goods—from huaraches to hats—that champion Mexican artisans.
After a career as a celebrity barber, Erich Roa, most commonly known as “Pacinos the Barber," decided to create his own line of men’s hair grooming essentials that aims to provide a high-quality line of products for men around the world.
The mother-daughter duo behind Zue Botanicals grew up using homemade mixtures, often from their own kitchen, to take care of their skin. Their product line, specifically aimed for Latin American women, is made from all natural ingredients.
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