Three Atlanta Black Owned Businesses That Sell Covid Related Supplies

Three Atlanta Black Owned Businesses That Sell Covid Related Supplies

At a time when Covid-19 is raging it’s way across the world, it’s never been so important to protect your health. Check out these three Black owned businesses that sell essential supplies.


CR Clothing Co.

Simple face coverings could protect you and those around you, and help slow the spread of viruses. Fashion designer Charla Ruschelle, a graduate of Clark-Atlanta University, has been in the fashion industry for over 25 years. Creating chic and sophisticated apparel is her world, and now she finds herself adapting her product range as we all adapt to the health threat of Covid-19. Beautifully designed, hand-made face masks with filter pockets will keep you feeling safe and stylish when you venture out into public places. They are made from 100% cotton and are machine washable.

Hand Sanitizer

Safi Spirit 

Hand sanitizer has become vital in the fight against Covid-19 and other germs. Safi Spirit produces a range of fantastic, vegan skin-care products. Brand created when the owner Rochelle Wharton was looking for alternatives to the toxic cream that doctors prescribed for her son’s eczema, she and her husband decided to embark on a journey to create their own, healthy, vegan alternative. With so much success and positive feedback from the first cream, they decided to expand the line of vegan skin-care products to include soap, body oil, deodorant and much more.

One particular product that is super important in today’s world is the Safi Spirit Liquid Sanitizing Hand Soap. This gentle, protective hand sanitizer is crafted with CPTG certified OnGuard essential oil. This is a pure, therapeutic grade oil that is free from contaminants and synthetic fillers. It’s also available in 3 different scents.

Disinfectant / Cleaning Products

Honeydipped Essentials 

Keeping your house clean and free from harmful germs is key in the battle to protect you and your loved ones from the current Covid threat. Honeydipped Essentials creator and owner Ashli Goudelock moved from the States to Istanbul, Turkey, when she was 22 years old. With her husband on the road playing pro basketball, and having little understanding of Turkish culture, Ashli found herself struggling with anxiety and missing the familiar touches that make life easier to deal with in difficult situations. Unable to find Black hair care products, she got creative and set about producing her own. As her brand grew, so did the product line to include her natural cleaning collection. The antibacterial, antiviral and disinfectant sprays sanitize your space without the use of harmful chemicals. Not only do they protect you and you family, they smell amazing too.

With so much uncertainty in the world right now, it’s good to know that there are quality Black owned businesses out there that you can rely on.

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