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Meet Koko Rose Beauty
The World's First Black K-Beauty Company

We’ve got a problem in the Black Beauty industry — we’re talking toxic products, bad science, and lack of representation.

At Koko Rose Beauty, our whole philosophy is that we (POC) deserve better.
- That’s why our commitment is to creating superclean products, free of the hazardous ingredients called out on our X-List.
- It’s why we’re a Black-owned brand and all of our products are made for us, by us.
- And it’s why Koko Rose Beauty products are super effective on skin with melanin.

Our commitment is to raising the standard of the Black beauty industry by empowering and educating our community. You play a key role in driving change in the world of Black Beauty by supporting Koko Rose’s Beauty Products.

Together, we can raise the bar — and get phenomenal, glowing skin while doing it!

Hi, I'm Koko Rose Beauty founder and CEO Charlo "Koko" Greene.

Can I be honest for a second?
Living with a chronic skin condition like acne sucks.
It's embarrassing.
It robs you of your confidence and stops you from speaking up and showing up.

I know because I lived like this for over 20 years.

As a former investigative journalist, social justice activist, and decades-long acne sufferer, I decided to create a clean, science-based skincare line that would actually work for people like me.
People with melanin-rich skin — because we shouldn’t have to choose between skincare made for us and the skincare that we actually deserve.

We deserve it all!

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When You Support Koko Rose Beauty

You support our brand's goal to educate, empower, and inspire the next generation of BIPOC entrepreneurs when you support Koko Rose Beauty.

Our goal is to make space in industries that have left us out — reinventing products and services along the way that better serve us.

We're here to help knock down more walls, shatter more ceilings, and roll out the red carpet for the BIPOC entrepreneurs that come after us.