1. Nopalera – Introducing the Quality of Mexico
Founded by Sandra Velasquez, Nopalera is a company inspired by the beauty and richness of Mexico. It offers a line of botanicals, which celebrate and elevate Sandra’s cultural heritage. She started her business with the idea of fighting the notion that “things south of the American border should be cheaper,” which is why her logo features a cactus goddess with golden skin. Nopalera’s cactus flower exfoliating and moisturizing botanical bar are both amazing skincare products that are worth every penny.
2. Anima Mundi Apothecary – Wellness Products that Relieve Stress
Herbalist Adriana Ayales started Anima Mundi Apothecary as a way to link the modern world to ancient remedies and healing practices. Her wellness products consist of various tonics, elixirs, powders, and herbal supplements that can help with stress, immunity, and sleep.
3. Hedley & Bennett – Feeling Sexy in an Apron
Hedley & Bennett is an apron manufacturing company founded by the former line cook, Ellen Bennett. Ellen wanted to create a “better working and better-looking” apron for cooks of all ages and genders so they can feel confident and beautiful while preparing tasty meals. Her products are of excellent quality and a testament to that is that they are favored by Michelle Obama and Martha Stewart among other notable celebrities.
Other Latin-Owned Brands to Consider
These are only three amazing companies owned and operated by Hispanic or Latin individuals, but there are also other wellness brands such as Bloomi, Eberjey, Happy V, Port de Bras, etc, that deserve support from people of all walks of life.