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Mompreneur Strikes Deal With Walmart Just 2 Years After Launching Her Beauty Products

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Meet Ebony Robert, founder and CEO of Ebony’s Beauty Hair and Skin Care, whose handcrafted all-natural hair and skincare products are now available in Walmart stores nationwide. Ebony, a mother of five boys, launched the business two years ago, but says that her love for the beauty industry started at a very young age.

Based in Lafayette, Louisiana, Ebony built her business from the ground up and continues to fulfill her dream of being a woman entrepreneur. Last year, she grossed almost six figures while working as a full-time teacher.

As a wife, mom, and a boss, Ebony has positioned her company to become a very popular household brand on the rise. In addition to her distribution deal with Walmart (in both the U.S. and Canada), she has also established a partnership with Amazon.

Her motivation to launch the company was to give consumers safer alternatives without the use of harmful chemicals when it comes to hair and skin care products. Ebony comments, “My products are safer, effective, and free of harsh chemicals. They provide relief of dandruff, dry itchy scalp, weak and falling hair as they promote hair growth.”

She says her company is committed and passionate about helping her customers achieve great results for their hair and skin care goals.

For more details about her company and/or to place an order, visit or

Also follow the brand on Instagram @ebonysbeauty5

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