10 Indigenous-Owned Brands You Can Support!

Information provided by the Honest Consumer.

Due to the history & culture of Indigenous communities, sustainability is often rooted within their business models, but unfortunately, Indigenous-owned businesses don’t always get the resources and recognition deserved. Make the conscious decision to use your money to support Indigenous communities! When consumers purchase from Indigenous-owned brands it encourages such businesses to continue growing financially and creates more jobs within Indigenous communities.

Cheekbone Beauty

An Indigenous-owned and founded, digitally-native, Canadian cosmetics company known for creating high quality, cruelty-free beauty products such as liquid lipsticks and complexion products including contour and highlight palettes.


This brand instills inner strength and unwavering confidence in all women, using teachings that come from Indigenous Nationhood.


An Indigenous woman-owned organic skincare company focused on clean, simple skincare with a purpose. This eco-conscious brand focuses on organic & steroid-free ingredients. Use the discount code THEHONESTCONSUMER for 10% off. (affiliate)

Urban Native Era

This brand specializes in clothing design and content to increase the visibility of Indigenous peoples. This brand uses sustainable packaging and is transitioning to more sustainable textiles.

Raven Reads

Raven Reads was founded as a way to inspire and educate adults and children about Indigenous culture and history. It has been designed for you to learn while supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs from around the globe. Raven Reads spend countless hours curating unique and hard-to-find crafts and giftware made by Indigenous artists from around the world. And Each box contains a new book released within the past 30 to 60 days, written by an Indigenous author.

Orenda Tribe

This Indigenous-owned brand focuses on sustainably reimagined vintage & upcycled textiles.

Eighth Generation

This brand provides a strong, ethical alternative to “Native-inspired” art and products through its artist-centric approach and 100% Native designed products. Eighth Generation is proudly owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe.


This Native American-owned and operative fashion brand & retailer specialize in storytelling through wearable art.

Quw’utsun’ Made

This Indigenous-owned company believes it is a spiritual duty to protect mother earth from further destruction. Each product is crafted by hand in my small home studio using 100% renewable energy. All packaging is sourced from American companies to prevent additional carbon emissions. Ingredients are also sourced as locally as possible, often wildcrafted. 

Beyond Buckskin

Based out of North Dakota and dedicated to advancing creative small businesses located throughout rural and urban communities, Beyond Buckskin provides an online store where customers can connect with Native American fashion designers and jewelry artists.

Sister Sage

This retailer uses traditional Indigenous ingredients to create modern self-care and wellness products. This vegan brand is building a platform around that idea that will not only highlight the rich Indigenous culture, but to also promote sustainability, and to teach, lead and inspire future youth and female entrepreneurs.

The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of A Second Chance, Inc.

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