Who We Are

Cultured Mane & Body is an online beauty supply store that is almost exclusively dedicated to the promotion and retail of hair, body, and cosmetic products that fall under categories like “natural”, “organic”, “vegan-friendly”, “cruelty-free”, and “clean”.

We are aligned with the concept of beauty cultivation without compromise. Most of our products are sourced from small or local brands with a dab of larger brands, all of which adhere to high-quality standards and responsible use of ingredients. Our featured brands go to great lengths to reduce harmful and toxic ingredients in the wonderful products that they create.

cruelty-free

Organic

Vegan-Friendly

Purchasing  beauty products from Cultured Mane & Body helps support female enterprise and Black-owned businesses; keeping their products present on shelves in a very competitive market.

Cultured Mane & Body is a store created with your wants and needs in mind. With a wide selection of products, we are certain that you can find products that can complement or maybe even replace the current products on top of your bathroom sink. We help take the guesswork out of your beauty products so that you can get back to more important things in life.

Cultured Mane & Body is as forward-thinking as you are, which is why this site is curated to give you more crave-worthy products with less of the mess.

Welcome to Cultured Mane & Body, everyone’s beauty supply store. Come and explore our online collection of many natural, organic, vegan, and cruelty-free hair, body, and cosmetic products.

About the Owner

I am an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse working as a Nurse Practitioner in the city of Chicago.  A graduate of Chicago State University with a bachelor’s degree of science and a master’s degree of science from Rush University. I am a daughter, a mom, a sister, a niece, an aunt, a granddaughter, and a friend but most importantly I am you. I imagined a store with products that checked  the good boxes: cost, quality, ingredient sourcing, community, culture, inclusion, and performance.

Enjoy,

Kyle Lynn