Janet's List: Wash Day Therapy Kit

Janet's List is thrilled to present our first #JLWashDayTherapyKit, which is a carefully curated kit containing four incredible products from amazing haircare brands making waves.  

The kit contains Luxemore London African Moringa Moisturising Shampoo, Bourn Beautiful Naturals Coconut Cream Deep Conditioner, Equi Botanics Marula Leave in Conditioner and S+AVA Chebe Hair Cream.

These are brands that have received rave reviews, have been nominated for awards and for which we have received great feedback from our concept store customers. 

Our Wash Day Therapy Kit (priced at £40) contains items to the value of £63, saving you £23 and giving you gorgeous hair in the process

The products are contained in a yellow leather Janet's List travel bag which is waterproof, wipeable and durable.  

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Sheer Chemistry

Janet's List is here to help you discover and buy from  amazing, independent, brands by black women and women of colour.

Sheer Chemistry is an empowering hosiery brand focused on validating and celebrating the diverse beauty of women of all shades of brown. With shades inspired by intrepid adventures around the world, Sheer Chemistry is designed for ambitious, radiant and confident women who want tights that seamlessly complement their fashion choices.

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Bourn Beautiful Naturals

Janet's List is here to help you discover and buy from  amazing, independent, brands by black women and women of colour.

Bourn Beautiful Naturals is a black-owned company, named after a brook in the West Midlands, in the UK. The ethos of Bourn Beautiful Naturals is all about maintaining hair and skin's optimal moisture balance, in formulas that are both effective and luxurious. The brand achieves that mainly through vegan and vegetarian ingredients. And everything they sell, they use themselves.

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Colourshot Cards

Janet's List is here to help you discover and buy from  amazing, independent, brands by black women and women of colour.

Tanya Luke started Colourshot Cards after she was made redundant during the recession caused by the credit crunch. It was built on the embers of a business that she had run with her cousin 20 years ago. She says: "Colourshot started as a made-to-measure clothing business. It has branched out in subsequent years first into jewellery, then cards, then gifts. The unifying bond in all this was the use and celebration of of African fabric. Colourshot seeks to have the stamp of being unique, combined with excellence and affordability"

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Mission

Janet’s List connects consumers with businesses by women of colour

We want to help you discover and buy from independent, niche and new brands by women of colour.

We believe that passion, profit and impact can come together to make our business landscape more diverse.

Our podcast 'Making Money Moves' is an open and honest conversation about business and money.

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