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Zandra Beauty is a plant based skincare company that creates and sells all natural beauty products for girls.

Zandra Cunningham's journey as a young entrepreneur began at the age of nine when her father's refusal to buy her lip balm inspired her to create her own products. She started by selling chemical-free, plant-based whipped shea body butter and lip balms under the brand Azariah’s Innocence at her local farmer’s market in the summer of 2010.

Her mission was to develop products that smelled delightful, kept skin soft without causing irritation, and offered a natural alternative to the commercial products filled with unhealthy ingredients.

Zandra Beauty has now expanded to offer a range of 50 skincare products, including deodorant, makeup remover, body wash, and artisan soap bars. The brand is committed to empowering young girls to explore their interests in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) through its "Science Behind It" program.

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Black Owned, Woman Owned, All Natural, Eco-Friendly, Cruelty Free, Sustainable

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Established in 2016, the Zandra TLC Foundation operates as a 501(c)3 organization with a primary mission of educating and empowering girls and women worldwide, particularly focusing on underserved communities. The foundation's vision is to encourage girls between the ages of 6 and 19 to envision possibilities beyond their current circumstances. This is achieved through exposure to a range of opportunities in career choices, health, wellness, S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), and entrepreneurship.

The Zandra TLC Foundation firmly believes that girls possess the potential to create transformative impacts within their families, communities, and even on a global scale. To translate this belief into action, the foundation designs and implements high-quality programs geared towards fostering both social and economic change through the twin pillars of education and entrepreneurship.

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