Jamillah Hankerson, Esthetician/Business owner

Clearly Great!

The next Woman I’m highlighting in my Women’s History Month Empowerment Series is Jamillah Hankerson. This sister is a powerhouse. She’s brilliant, she’s creative and she’s very passionate about what she does.

Here, read below and get to know her a bit:

Jamillah Hankerson is a licensed Esthetician in the state of New York. She also owns and operates Mix It Up Body Products LLC — a skincare company. As an esthetician she offers facials, body waxing, makeup and so much more. As a small business owner, she offers her customers the option to select a special blend of oils customized just for their skin.

After years of studying skin and the affect natural oils has on it, Jamillah continued her education at the Christine Valmy International School For Esthetics. In 2015 she obtained her Esthetics license.

Years ago, Jamillah set out on a mission aiming to create the ideal skincare product; one that would be made of natural ingredients and smell amazing. After dedicated research and testing out her product with family and friends, Mix It Up Body Products LLC was born. Mix It Up’s mission is to educate others with simple skincare techniques for the average individual to incorporate into their everyday lives.

As you might imagine, Jamillah has been busy in the lab, literally. With our skin being our biggest organ, I think it’s safe to say that our sister Jamillah has chosen a noble path to walk down, or rather, touch on.

Jamillah Hankerson, Owner — Mix It Up Body Products LLC.

Thank you Jamillah for your contributions to society and to Black people specifically. We are all grateful for you.

Connect with Jamillah on social media: Facebook , Instagram





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