Amazon Prime Day 2020 is only a few weeks away. Prime Day had been postponed earlier due to the pandemic situation.
However, Amazon finally decided to go ahead by announcing Prime Day 2020 a few days ago.
Amazon Prime Day 2020 will be held from October 13 – 14 this year and there’s a whole slew of awesome black-owned businesses you can support.
Support Black Owned Small Businesses
I’ll be sharing a segment of the top black-owned businesses on Amazon, a little bit about their profile and where to find their stores.
These are black-owned businesses in sports health, beauty, skincare, food, grooming, baby, and hair care.
When you support these small businesses, you will also earn $10 to spend on Prime Day if you’re a Prime Member.
If you’re not a Prime Member, you can sign up for a 30 day free trial right in time for Prime Day 2020.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is the annual shopping day organized by Amazon as a thank you to Prime members.
Amazon Prime Day usually takes place in July but it was moved forward this year because of the global pandemic.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2020?
Amazon Prime Day will be held in October this year from 13 – 14 but Prime Members can already get early to a host of deals with deep discounts.
These deals include holiday must-haves in toys, electronics, fashion, beauty, kitchen, home, Amazon Devices, and much more.
Prime Day 2020 will include over one million deals from top brands such as Panasonic, Keurig, Under Armour, Adidas, Lacoste, Marvel, and more.
The deals are only accessible to Prime Members.
Try out a free 30 day trial of Amazon Prime to check out the benefits and take advantage of the Prime Day deals.
Black-Owned Beauty and Skin Care
Leovard was founded in 2017 by Dr. Sheg Aranmolate to solve the problem of bumps and skin irritation after shaving.
The line has grown since then to include a wide range of grooming products for men and women.
If you’re looking out for grooming gifts for someone in your life, Leovard has a fantastic selection to choose from. Key products include:-
- Luxury 4 Piece Shaving Set
- Luxury 10 Pcs Stainless Steel Nail Care Kit
- Luxury Lip Luster (2 Pack) + Hyaluronic Acid Lip Serum
Leovard uses premium ingredients, and are often backed by years of research.
The Cut Buddy was founded by Joshua Esnard and they create beard shaping tools and templates.
The Cut Buddy has been featured on Shark Tank. Key products include:-
PiperWai manufactures wellness products. All formulas are unisex, vegan, cruelty-free, and free of synthetic fragrances and aluminum compounds.
The company was featured on Shark Tank in 2015 and was founded by Sarah Ribner and Jess Edelstein in 2014. Key products include:-
Black-Owned Baby Products
Darlyng & Co creates products for kids which helps solve daily problems faced by parents and caregivers.
The company was founded by parents Carl and Tara Darnley when their daughter was 2 months old.
Darlyng & Co has been featured on NBC, Black Enterprise, Marie Claire, Essence, People, and Forbes. Key products include:-
- Darlyng & Co Unscented All Over Soothing Baby Cream
- Darlyng & Co Unscented Head to Toe Nourishing Body, Scalp & Cradle Cap Oil
- Darlyng & Co Unscented Natural Body Wash with Colloidal Oats & Coconut Oil
Black-Owned Sports Health
POWERHANDZ creates products that help improve training techniques for youth and professional athletes.
The company was founded by Darnell Jones and Danyel Surrency Jones. Key products include:-
- POWERHANDZ Weighted Baseball & Softball Gloves for Strength and Resistance Training
- POWERHANDZ Powersuit Full Body Resistance Weighted Workout Equipment
- POWERHANDZ Weighted Anti-Grip Football Gloves for Strength and Resistance Training
Black-Owned Food Products Business
Iya Foods was founded by Nigerian-American, Toyin Kolawole. The company produces African inspired ingredients and spices made from real ingredients.
Iya Foods key products include:-