Posted on by Jonathan Paul


There’s no doubt that conscious beauty has been having its moment for a long while now. Shoppers continue to ride the wave, increasing demand for cleaner, more natural products without ingredients like parabens and silicones, and the industry at large has been upping the supply. But despite the mainstream growth and commendable advances (see: evolving past the crunchy packaging and deodorant that doesn’t actually work), there’s still a significant gap in the natural market when it comes to finding products made for and by women of color, black women especially.

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After washing my face with the Haitian lait au cafe soap I put a tiny dot of oil on my face it feels so moisture and soft I highly recommended the moringa oil I can’t wait to order some more good job Kreyòl essence

Moisture in a Bottle!!!!❤️

I had to order another bottle because I didn’t want to run out. I love this product!. ❤️❤️❤️

Smells so good

I am in in love. Will be purchasing again

Great usage

Multiple usage for their shear butter. Keeps your skin and hair soft the entire day