127 Women-Owned Businesses to Shop and Support

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March is Women's History Month, and International Women's Day falls on March 8 every year. If you're looking for businesses to support during the month and throughout the year, you're in luck! Keep reading to see our list of women-owned businesses to shop, along with tips on how to find women-owned businesses in general.

Interested in showing your support to other communities? Our guide to shopping women- and minority-owned businesses features more lists, plus other helpful tips.

127 Women-Owned Businesses to Support

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Store What You Can Buy
Baby Dream Machine Children's sleep devices, essential oils
Bilingual Bebe Language lessons
Cali's Books Children's "sound" books
Cute as a Buntain Event planning for kids' parties
Honey Cake Tiger Kids' clothing
Little Cheeks Teethers, pacifier clips, rings, rattles
LoveHeld Baby carriers, bedding, blankets and throws, stuffed toys
Ojala Threads Baby clothing and accessories
Pockimals Kids' clothing and stuffed toys
Posh Peanut Kids' clothing
Rhoost Baby proofing items, baby grooming items
Teddy's Cotton Baby clothing and blankets
Tiny Revival Clothing Co Kids' clothing
Store What You Can Buy
Aunt Flow Menstrual products, dispensers
auraiha Skin care
Birdy Lashes Eyeliner, false eyelashes
Ciate London Makeup, nail products
Colleen Rothschild Beauty Skin care, body care, hair care
Ellis Brooklyn Perfume, body care
Glam Seamless Hair extensions, tools, accessories
Glamnetic Eyeliner, false eyelashes, nail products, accessories
Hero Cosmetics Skin care
Holo Taco Nail polish, nail accessories, accessories
Josie Maran Skin care, body care, sun care, makeup
Karuna Skin care
Kushae Feminine hygiene products
Lavanila Perfume, body care, deodorant, candles
Megababe Personal care products
Monika Blunder Beauty Foundation/concealer, makeup brushes, cosmetic bags
Naturally London Foot care, hand care, nail care
Nourishe Skin care
Nudestix Makeup, skin care
Odele Hair care, body care
Olive & June Nail products
One Love Organics Skin care, body care
O'o hawaii Skin care
Pink Moon Skin care, body care, bath items, makeup, home items
Proof Menstrual products, bras, accessories
Repêchage Skin care
Rituel de Fille Makeup, skin care
Saalt Menstrual cups, discs, and underwear
Shen Beauty Makeup, skin care, hair care, body care, bath items
SmartyPits Natural deodorant, lip balms
Synergie Skin Skin care, makeup
Tammy Fender Skin care, body care
type:A Deodorant, soap, hand care
Urban Skin Rx Skin care
Winky Lux Makeup, skin care

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Store What You Can Buy
Akala Women's clothing
Anne Sisteron Jewelry
AVRE Sustainable shoes
Better Off Alone Adult and kids' clothing, face masks, travel items
Beyond Yoga Men's and women's clothing
Bold Beach Swimwear Women's swimwear
Buen Camino Jewelry Jewelry
Electric Picks Jewelry
Grey State Women's clothing
Hatch Women's clothing, beauty and wellness items
Haverhill Jewelry
Helen Ficalora Alphabet jewelry
Henning Women's clothing
Hickory Hills Clothing Mother and daughter clothing
Hot Girls Pearls Jewelry
Ivy City Co. Women's clothing
Jennifer Zeuner Jewelry
LainSnow Women's and kids' swimwear
Laura Caspi Jewelry
Lisa Says Gah Women's clothing, shoes, accessories
Loud Bodies Women's clothing
LuluSimonStudio Clothing, accessories, shoes, home goods
Made By Mary Jewelry
Mimi the Label Women's swimwear and cover-ups
Names for Good Jewelry
NK Imode Silk lingerie and loungewear
Rendall Co. Face masks, aprons
Rowan Jewelry
Second Wind Face masks, jewelry, accessories
StayKini Swimwear
Ten Wilde Jewelry
Van Der Hout Jewelry Jewelry
Veronica M Women's clothing and accessories
White/Space Jewelry Jewelry
Store What You Can Buy
4Sisters Rice Varieties of rice
BEHAVE Candy Low-sugar gummy candy
Erin's Elderberries Elderberry syrup, elderflower syrup, jellies, raw honey
FunctionaliQi Tea, coffee, and cacao infusions
GFJules Gluten-free flours, mixes, oats
Global Grub DIY food kits
Gr8nola Healthier granola
Holidaily Brewing Co. Gluten-free beer
Mingle Mocktails Ready-to-drink mocktails
Mocktail Club Premium nonalcoholic cocktails
Numa Foods Low-sugar high-protein candies
So Good So You Probiotic shots, pressed juices
Sweet Diane's Healthier granola
Sweetkiwi Frozen whipped Greek yogurt
Táche Pistachio milk
Tone It Up Nutrition products, fitness equipment and programs

Candles sit on living room coffee table.
Store What You Can Buy
Amy Price Designs Home decor, plant accessories
Caminito Blankets, baskets, sandals, place mats
Chantal Cookware, kitchenware
Dreamy Gallery Candle Co Candles, wax melts
ettitude Bamboo bedding, pajamas, bath items, baby items, accessories
Farmgirl Flowers Fresh flower arrangements
Fernweh Editions Candles
FlowerFix Fresh flower arrangements, DIY classes
Good Dirt Gardening products
Kailu Silk throws, duvets
Let's Talk Towels Turkish towels, blankets
Parachute Bedding, inserts, bath items, robes and loungewear, furniture, decor and home items
Sicily Hill Candles
The Worthington Collection Candles, accessories
Wild Flicker Candles, wax melts, diffusers and blends, home decor and accessories
Zip Top Reusable silicone containers
Store What You Can Buy
Bijou Karman Original art products
Branch Basics Plant-based cleaners
Georgie & Lou Pickleball bags
Higher Dose Sauna blankets, infrared mats, red light masks, infrared saunas
Ivory Paper Co Planners, stationery, stickers, apparel, journals
Melissa Wood Health Clothing, workouts
Mimi Yoga Yoga classes, retreats, and teacher training
Modern Picnic Luxury lunchboxes
Packed Party Bags, backpacks, drinkware, accessories, apparel, phone accessories
Silk + Sonder Guided monthly wellness planners
The Chub Rub Patch Thigh chafing prevention patches
the ness Fitness trampolines
Zen Yoga Strap Yoga straps, mat straps, apparel

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This list isn't comprehensive by any means — there are plenty more women-owned businesses to shop both online and in-person. Check out the resources below, so you'll have an easier time finding women-owned companies you want to support.

Women Owned

This site has a directory where you can find businesses in the following categories:

  • Baby and kids
  • Beauty and spa
  • Clothing and accessories
  • Food and beverage
  • Gift baskets
  • Health and wellness
  • Home and office
  • Travel and entertainment

Brands in the directory are certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council in the U.S. or WEConnect International, according to the WBENC website. It states that "certification verifies a business is at least 51% owned, controlled, and operated by a woman or women." The site also offers information on why you should support women-owned businesses and meet women entrepreneurs. Businesses can also learn how to become certified and use the Women Owned Logo.

U.S. Small Business Administration

This government agency site is for U.S. businesses and mainly provides information for women looking to start their own companies. However, some of the resources on the page may also be good places to look for a woman-owned business.

Major Retailers' Websites

Some retailers make it easy to shop women-owned brands and businesses. They feature pages on their sites that focus solely on women-owned businesses, and the pages tend to include lots of items you can buy from these brands.

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Want to see if your favorite retailer has one of these pages? Enter terms like "women-owned businesses" or "women-owned brands" into a search engine, plus the name of the retailer, and see what pops up. Here are a few major stores with pages spotlighting women-owned businesses:

Read the 'About' Section on the Website

Businesses that are proud to be women-owned usually make sure that fact is noted somewhere on their websites. Check the "About" section to see if a business is women-owned or look for a "meet the founders" part of the site — these are usually the best way to find this background information.

Check Out Social Media

Businesses like to note on social media what makes them different, so see if their accounts highlight that they're "women-owned." Look in the business's bio for this information. And keep an eye out for mentions of business owners or founders, as well, if you want to confirm women-owned businesses are just that. Also search for hashtags like #womenowned, #femaleowned, and #girlboss to find businesses that fit the bill.

Some certified businesses can use the Women Owned Logo to denote their ownership status.

Look for Badges

Different organizations have badges certified businesses can use to denote their ownership status. The Women Owned Logo mentioned above is one example. Check homepages for these badges to quickly see if a company fits the criteria you're interested in supporting. Additionally, if you're looking at business sites like Yelp, know that some companies have "women-owned" badges on there, as well.

Know That It Won't Be Easy

Finding women-owned businesses is still difficult, as noted in a 2021 article published by Time. The author challenged herself to live off of women-run companies for a week. While that doesn't sound difficult on the surface, she discovered when grocery shopping that women-run companies producing things like pasta, beans, milk, laundry detergent, and more just aren't that common.

Unfortunately, some women-owned businesses don't necessarily advertise that fact. For instance, they may choose not to be part of directories like the one mentioned above. Other times, big businesses may highlight women-owned businesses to celebrate Women's History Month. But those specific pages may not last beyond March.

As the author found, even products that are women-owned may be hard to find in-person at grocery stores and big box retailers. In order to support more women-owned businesses, your best bet may be to shop online after (carefully) researching a company's hierarchy of executives.

Julie Ramhold
Senior Staff Writer/Consumer Analyst

Julie's work has been featured on CNBC, GoBankingRates, Kiplinger, Marketwatch, Money, The New York Times, Real Simple, US News, WaPo, WSJ, Yahoo!, and more. She's extolled the virtues of DealNews in interviews with Cheddar TV, GMA, various podcasts, and affiliates across the United States, plus one in Canada.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).


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