Beatrice Dixon’s story began with a health scare that is often ostracized in mainstream media. View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Honey Pot Company (@thehoneypotco)
Sep 26, 2022
Speculations surrounding The Honey Pot Company products circulated on social media this week, sending users into a frenzy. After seeing posts about the Honey Pot changing up the ingredients, I just went to check a new bottle & an old bottle and IM SICK😭 we can’t have anything🥲 pic.twitter.com/RAdzMWxJuM — Lele💎 (@coilele) May 15, 2022 Please don’t tell me Honey Pot is going down the same path that Shea Moisture did 😩😩 — emani. (@youngandboring_) May 14, 2022 I hope the honey pot company listens to consumers and stop putting chemicals in their products. If it’s not broke, why fix it? Please stop upgrading & changing formulas. That’s the worst thing you can do. — Jas ♡ (@Officially_Jas) May 12, 2022
May 18, 2022
Time and time again Black women have proven that they know how to get things done — even during a year like 2020. With diversity and inclusion at the forefront, it’s been amazing to see all of the boss women she-eos who are changing the narratives when it comes to ownership. Forbes reports that over 50 percent of women-owned businesses are led by women of color. Yet, those same women have the odds stacked against them. Despite the lack of resources, and other setbacks these Black women CEOs have shown that they are a force to be reckoned with not only this year but beyond. Check out some of our favorite Black women CEOs who shook the table in 2020 below: Melissa Butler Photo Credit: melissarbutler.com After becoming frustrated with unrealistic standards of beauty defined by the industry, Melissa Butler decided to create her own vegan and cruelty-free beauty brand, The Lip Bar, to combat the issue of diversity within the beauty industry. Butler and her empire are a reminder that the...
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