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Many Indigenous creatives or stores are often multi-disciplinary and sell multiple types of creative items. The best thing you can do is check out their links and take a look at everything they offer.
Ahshi Beauty – Navajo
Afro-Indigenous luxury skincare and cosmetics brand
Bison Star Naturals – Taos Pueblo
Wild harvests the plants within their bar soaps, no animal products, dyes or perfumes
Blended Girl Cosmetics – Navajo
1 woman cosmetics company featured in major beauty mags
Cheekbone – Anishinaabe
Sustainable and high quality colour cosmetics that are clean, vegan and cruelty free
Niawen – Mohawk
Blending the traditions and wisdom of ancestors with formal training in skin science
Prados Beauty – Yoeme/Comanche
Design and craft high quality cosmetics, makeup brushes, lashes, and so much more
Sequoia – Mohawk/Northern Paiute
Inspired by Indigenous legends and ingredients. Soaps, candles, lotions, balms, scrubs…
Sister Sky – Spokane
Products rooted in herbal heritage that contain natural ingredients
Sḵwálwen Botanicals – Squamish
Honouring traditional Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) plant knowledge
Yukon Soaps Company – Northern Tutchone
Handcrafted Indigenous Soaps and Self-Care