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Did Beatrice Dixon Sell The Honey Pot Company? — Co-Founder Responds After Social Media Goes Into A Frenzy

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🥲 — 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

Samantha Dorisca

May 18, 2022

LeToya Luckett Tapped As Brand Ambassador For Black-Owned Plant-Based Feminine Hygiene Company

LeToya Luckett has become a brand ambassador for plant-based feminine health and hygiene company Kushae. According to a press release, the Black-owned business founded by Kimba Williams, is on a mission to debunk myths and break barriers women encounter while speaking about feminine health and wellness. In light of Women’s Health Month, welcoming Luckett onto its team aims to spread awareness and educate more women.

Samantha Dorisca

May 13, 2022