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Our Story . . .

 

We are DG Natural Essentials Corporations - A family owned business.  We were previously known as Daisy's Girls.  DG Natural Essentials is a tribute to our mother "Daisy Lee Jennings".  She was a phenomenal woman, the essence of the virtuous woman - the vision of natural beauty.  She was an unselfish giver and and woman of service.  We are the product of this extraordinary woman.  What she instilled in us, we want to share with the world.

The concept of our business began in 2002 with a desire to give people what we love, quality skin care products that meet your needs, the solution to looking and feeling beautiful.  All of our products are handmade.  We want to give our customers skin care products that nourish and moisturize your skin.  We use high quality essential oils, butters and carrier oils that present the ability to replenish natural moisture coupled with beautiful fragrances.  We feel our products are the "Fragrance of Life":  For we are to God the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved...to the other, the fragrance of life.  2 Corinthians 2:15-16

Storing your products

 

​Our products are made with natural ingredients and should be stored in a dry cool place.  DO NOT LEAVE IN THE SUN.

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Black History moment....

Anthony Overton, 3/21/1865 – 4/2/1946
Born into slavery in 1865, Anthony Overton became a leading African American entrepreneur during the 20th century with the establishment of his Chicago-based empire. However, before moving to Chicago, Ill., in 1898, he created the Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Company in Kansas City, MO. The company sold baking powder, cosmetics, perfumes, hair products, and toiletries. In 1911, Overton moved his company to Chicago. The company’s success allowed Overton to employ over 400 people, and in 1912, they exported over fifty-two cosmetic products to countries including Egypt, Liberia, and Japan. The success of his hygenic company made it possible for Overton to establish The Douglass National Bank, The Victory Life Insurance Company, The Half-Century MagazineThe Chicago Bee, and The Great Northern Realty Company.

In the October 8, 1921,  issue of The Broad Ax newspaper, a journalist reported that the Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Company “used to manufacture the High Brown face powder… and then they get out all kinds of toilet waters, perfumes, face powders and everything else that goes to produce beauty.”