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25 Woman-Owned Businesses To Support Mother's Day 2024

25 Woman-Owned Businesses To Support Mother's Day 2024

Join us in celebrating Mother's Day by championing women entrepreneurs! In honor of this special day, we've curated a list of 25 remarkable woman-owned businesses. Let's empower and support these inspiring women as they shape industries and make a difference in the world. Discover unique gifts and products while uplifting female-led enterprises. Happy Mother's Day!

1. The Spice Theory

Dr. Corrie Amos
Dr. Corrie Amos, a board-certified anesthesiologist, culinary enthusiast, and health & wellness advocate, brings a unique blend of science and culinary creativity to The Spice Theory. Growing up between NYC and Jamaica, her love for good food and scientific exploration began early. Inspired by her grandmother's authentic Jamaican cooking and guided by her curiosity, Dr. Amos searched through the world of herbs and spices.

2. Black Girl Sunscreen (BGS)

Shontay Lundy
Founded by Shontay Lundy in 2016. She formulated the 30 SPF sunscreen specifically made for women of color. Today, Black Girl Sunscreen not only manufactures sunscreen but has also added cosmetics, apparel, and accessories to its product line-up. You can also buy their products from some of the major retailers in the US such as Ulta, Walmart, and Target to name a few.

3. Hibiscus Brew

    Allison Dunn
    Founded by Allison Dunn in 2020, amid the pandemic. After being laid off from her corporate job, Allison had a life-changing realization that motivated her journey into entrepreneurship. Prioritizing joy, she tried home organizing, aiding parents in crafting tidy and tranquil spaces. Yet, less than 2 years into her business, the COVID pandemic challenges prompted her to change her focus once more. Her passion for creating uncommon and refreshing drinks started her Hibiscus Brew brand. Not only does it offer organic, vegan and gluten-free ingredients, but also a good place for conversation and inspiration.

    4. Kazmalaje

      The Stirrup Sisters
      Founded by the Stirrup Sisters in 2015 to revolutionize hair care by redesigning comb teeth to reduce hair breakage. After meticulous prototyping and brand refinement, they officially entered the market in 2019. Today, they offer innovative hair tools, chic cosmetic/travel bags, comfortable leisure wear, and elegant home accessories. KAZMALEJE is more than a brand; it's your trusted companion, curating your personal beauty sanctuary wherever life takes you.

      5. Bea's Bayou

        Arielle Brown
        Founded by Arielle Brown in 2020, Bea's Bayou Skincare is a heartfelt tribute to her Louisiana roots and her grandmother, Beatrice. Inspired by her grandmother's use of herbs and love for natural remedies, Arielle created a line of skincare products that blend microbiome-friendly ingredients with bayou herbs.

        Driven by her struggles with Seborrheic dermatitis, Arielle's products aim to provide relief and confidence to others dealing with skin and scalp concerns. What started as a personal project has grown into a suite of products beloved by many, all rooted in empathy, integrity, audacity, and joy. Bea's Bayou Skincare invites you to embrace your natural beauty and find relief in products crafted with care and heritage.

        6. Kin Apparel

          Philomina Kane
          Founded by Arielle Brown in 2020, Bea's Bayou Skincare is a heartfelt tribute to her Louisiana roots and her grandmother, Beatrice. Inspired by her grandmother's use of herbs and love for natural remedies, Arielle created a line of skincare products that blend microbiome-friendly ingredients with bayou herbs.

          Driven by her struggles with Seborrheic dermatitis, Arielle's products aim to provide relief and confidence to others dealing with skin and scalp concerns. What started as a personal project has grown into a suite of products beloved by many, all rooted in empathy, integrity, audacity, and joy. Bea's Bayou Skincare invites you to embrace your natural beauty and find relief in products crafted with care and heritage.

          7. Amazi Foods

            Renee Dunn
            Amäzi is more than just a snack; it's a commitment to ethical sourcing and sustainable supply chains. Our founder, Renee Dunn, deeply rooted in the wellness and natural products realm, realized the importance of connecting source to consumer. With every bite of Amäzi, you're not just enjoying a delicious snack; you're bridging the gap between producer and consumer. Their mission is to blend ingenuity, drive, and goodness for those who seek both nourishment and a meaningful story in what they eat.

            8. Cashmere Moon

              Tisha Ayers
              Cashmere Moon was born from Tisha's personal journey of seeking effective skincare solutions during her pregnancy. Frustrated by the lack of long-lasting moisturizers in the market, she turned to pure shea butter but found it messy and greasy. Determined to find a better solution, Tisha and her husband experimented with formulas until they created a luxurious yet non-greasy Whipped Body Cream. The positive response from family and friends led to the creation of Cashmere Moon, offering eco-friendly, efficient, and vegan skincare products that reflect their values and passion for quality skincare.

              9. Golde

              Trinity Mouzon Wofford
              Golde started from a Brooklyn 1-bedroom apartment in 2017 when Trinity partnered with Issey to introduce our first product, the Original Turmeric Latte Blend. Since then, our small but dedicated team has expanded, reaching thousands of supporters with our superfood essentials. This is just the beginning of our journey, and we're grateful to have you along for the ride.

              10. Eu'Genia Shea

                Naa-Sakle Akuete
                Eu'Genia was founded in 2014 when Naa-Sakle decided that life was too short not to spend our days together after her mom's cancer diagnosis. With her experience as President of the Global Shea Alliance, she started a mission to provide consumers with the finest shea products. Her mom's journey, rooted in the wisdom of her Ghanaian midwife mother, Grandma Sunshine, led to the creation of Naasakle International, sourcing raw, unrefined Ghanaian shea butter from sustainably paid farmers. Eu'Genia proudly utilizes Naasakle International shea butter, ensuring that our products offer the best of the best to our customers.

                11. Partake Foods

                  Denise Woodard
                  Partake was founded in 2016 by Founder and CEO Denise Woodard, driven by her daughter's multiple food allergies. The company's mission is to provide a range of delicious, allergy-friendly foods that everyone, with or without food restrictions, can enjoy and share confidently. All Partake offerings are certified gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, and free of the top 9 allergens, ensuring a safe and enjoyable eating experience for all.

                  12. Pattern

                    Tracee Ellis Ross
                    Pattern Beauty was born from Tracee Ellis Ross's experience while shooting the sitcom "Girlfriends," where she learned about the demand for hair products like hers. Disagreeing with the common suggestion of wigs, she believed in the power of good products. After the show ended, Ross developed her first haircare brand pitch, envisioning a brand that redefined language and communication in the industry. This led to the creation of Pattern Beauty, a brand with a vision to provide inclusive and empowering haircare solutions.

                    13. OUI the People

                      Karen Young
                      OUI the People was founded by Karen Young in 2017 with a mission to challenge beauty standards and redefine language in the industry. Inspired by a childhood experience of avoiding beauty magazines, the founder aimed to create a brand that promotes self-acceptance and avoids language that implies flawlessness or anti-aging. With a commitment to inclusivity, OUI the People changed its name to reflect its dedication to serving all individuals, including non-binary customers. Their products are designed thoughtfully to help people feel great in the skin they're already in, without compromising their psyche.

                      14. Epi. logic

                        Dr. Chaneve Jeanniton
                        Epi.logic skincare was founded by Dr. Chaneve Jeanniton, a board-certified oculofacial plastic surgeon with a dedication to holistic facial refinement and expertise in eye aesthetics. Drawing on her meticulous approach and obsession with details, Dr. Jeanniton created epi.logic to meet patient demands for simple yet effective daily skincare solutions. The brand offers a carefully curated range of powerful skincare products formulated with essential actives like retinol, vitamin C, and human growth factors, scientifically proven to enhance skin health in both the short and long term.

                        15. lemlem

                          Liya Kebede
                          Lemlem was founded by supermodel Liya Kebede in 2007, inspired by her trip to Ethiopia where she discovered traditional weavers losing their livelihoods. Determined to preserve this ancient art form and support local artisans, Liya started lemlem. The brand has since expanded into Kenya and Morocco, offering ready-to-wear and swimwear collections.

                          Lemlem is proud to be the first international brand made in Africa, with a core mission of inspiring economic growth in the region and preserving local weaving traditions. The brand's resort wear collection is hand-woven by Ethiopian artisans using traditional techniques, resulting in uniquely soft, breezy, and wearable cotton fabrics.

                          16. Teaspressa

                          Allison DeVane
                          The company began in January 2015, with its founder Allison, selling tea from a laundry cart on the streets of Phoenix. Despite the challenges of building the dream without outside investors and navigating the difficulties brought by COVID-19, the founder remains the sole owner, and all products are proudly hand-made in Phoenix, Arizona.

                          Despite having to close down shops and pivot operations, the company is grateful for each day and the opportunity to continue serving customers. The founder expresses gratitude for the support received and the pleasure of doing business with customers.

                          17. Bolé Road Textiles

                            Hana Getachew
                            Hana Getachew, a New York-based designer, founded Bolé Road Textiles out of her passion for merging Ethiopian handwoven fabrics with interior design. With over eleven years of experience at a major architecture firm in New York City, Hana discovered her love for vibrant colors and graphic patterns, inspired by her upbringing surrounded by traditional Ethiopian textiles.

                            Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Hana's journey took her to Montreal before settling in New York. A graduate of Cornell University with a degree in interior design, she rose to the position of Associate Principal at Studios Architecture in New York City. During her tenure, she contributed to designing flagships and headquarters for some of the city’s leading companies.

                            Bolé Road Textiles reflects Hana's cultural heritage and personal aesthetic, offering designs that honor her Ethiopian roots while embracing a modern global style.

                            18. The Lip Bar (TLB)

                              Melissa Butler
                              Melissa Butler, the self-made CEO of The Lip Bar, transformed her frustration with the one-shade-fits-most beauty industry into action. Tired of the toxicity, she left the corporate ladder to create vibrant vegan lipstick in her Brooklyn kitchen. Despite a rejection on Shark Tank, Melissa's determination drove her to expand The Lip Bar into TLB, offering award-winning beauty essentials designed for maximum impact with minimal effort for everyone.

                              19. Clare

                                Nicole Gibbons
                                Clare was founded by Nicole Gibbons with a mission to simplify the paint shopping experience. They offer designer-curated colors, mess-free paint swatches, and high-quality paint and supplies delivered to your door. As an interior-designer-led company, Clare takes the guesswork out of finding the perfect paint color with their expertly curated palette. Their interactive tool, Clare Color Genius, guides customers to the right color for their space, and their Perfect Color Swatch makes sampling colors easy—no mess, no hassle, and no endless sea of paint chips to sort through.

                                20. Rebecca Allen

                                  Rebecca Allen
                                  Rebecca Allen was born out of a ten-year quest for the perfect pair of nude pumps. The brand is dedicated to crafting functional and stylish footwear that fits perfectly. Their mission is to inspire confidence through quality silhouettes, ensuring that every woman can find a reflection of herself in their shoes. By prioritizing both style and function, Rebecca Allen aims to seamlessly integrate into women's lives, becoming an essential part of their wardrobe.

                                  21. Fenty Beauty

                                    Rihanna was inspired to create Fenty Beauty & Fenty Skin after years of experimenting with top beauty products and noticing a gap in the industry. She realized that there was a need for products that performed exceptionally well on all skin types and tones. This led her to launch Fenty Beauty, a brand known for its inclusive range of makeup products, and Fenty Skin, offering skincare solutions for diverse skin needs. Rihanna's vision has revolutionized the beauty industry by promoting inclusivity and high-performance products for everyone.

                                    22. Saysh

                                      Allyson Felix
                                      Allyson Felix, the most decorated track & field athlete in history with 11 Olympic and 20 World Championship medals, faced a crucial decision in her career. Despite her remarkable success, she was confronted with a 70% pay cut from her long-term sponsor when she became pregnant. This unfair treatment sparked a fervent fight for justice not only for herself but for all women athletes. When her sponsor refused to extend protections against performance penalties during childbirth to all women athletes, Allyson decided to leave, taking her passion and advocacy with her.

                                      23. Brooklyn Blooms

                                        LaParis Phillips
                                        Brooklyn Blooms was founded by LaParis Phillips, a floral artist known for her stunning and sophisticated arrangements. Originally from Missouri, LaParis moved to New York after college, initially pursuing a career in fashion. However, her passion for floral design blossomed during her college years while working part-time at a flower shop.

                                        LaParis's unique style and creativity shine through in her floral creations, which she describes as an expression of herself through color, shapes, and textures. Her boutique in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, opened in May, offering a vibrant and artistic space reminiscent of an artist's studio. Through Brooklyn Blooms, LaParis aims to educate and expand people's appreciation for a diverse range of flowers, challenging traditional perceptions and introducing a "spice" to her designs that captivates all who enter.

                                        24. Matrescence

                                          Raquel Roxanne Nowak
                                          Matrescence was founded by Raquel Roxanne Nowak, a mother who, after the birth of her second daughter and the loss of her own mother, learned the profound lesson of mothering oneself. Finding her way through the challenges of newborn care and toddlerhood while dealing with grief, she realized the importance of self-care in motherhood. This personal journey and desire to share this lesson with others inspired the creation of Matrescence, a company dedicated to supporting mothers in their journey of self-care and self-nurturing.

                                          25. Milky Mama

                                            Krystal Nicole Duhaney
                                            Milky Mama was founded by Krystal Nicole Duhaney, a Registered Nurse, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, and mother of three. After facing challenges with her milk supply following the birth of her second child and returning to work, Krystal realized the lack of resources available for breastfeeding mothers in similar situations. Drawing on her nursing expertise and passion for baking, she developed a milk-making cookie recipe that significantly increased her milk supply.

                                            Impressed by the results, Krystal launched Milky Mama in November 2015 to share her discovery with other mothers facing similar challenges. Today, Milky Mama's product line includes delicious lactation cookies, brownies, emergency brownies, beverages like Tropical Iced Tea and Lactation LeMOOnade, lactation smoothie mix, and herbal supplements. Krystal's dedication to supporting breastfeeding mothers and her love for baking have made Milky Mama a trusted name in lactation products.