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Sundial Brands Owner Of Shea Moisture & Nubian Heritage Have Forgotten About Black Women

Sundial Brands Owner Of Shea Moisture & Nubian Heritage Have Forgotten About Black Women

Sundail Brands the owners of Shea Moisture & Nubian Heritage were accused of forgetting their core demographic. Women reported a changed in formula that didn’t agree with their hair anymore. They felt the change was to accomodate non-black texture hair. The release of the Shea Moisture commercial was the stick that broke the camel’s back on the ongoing issues with Shea Moisture products. Even though it’s a legitimate issue the problems go deeper than the products themselves. Sundail Brands look like any corporation in America. A so called black owned company have caucasian people running it in the background. The women that support the brand isn’t even on the marketing teams.

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