The Root Remedy is the 1st black female-founded beauty gummy supplement brand. We “Get To The Root” of Gen Z’s and Millennials' skin problems by targeting the gut microbiome. The best part is that our vegan formula is free from high-fructose corn syrup which truly sets us apart from any competitor on the market. Our goal is to bring inclusivity, diversity, and mental health advocacy to the “beauty from within” space.

Our Story

10 years ago I was clinically diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and started my holistic healing journey. My family is Jamaican-Panamanian & Native American so holistic healing came easy to me. On this journey, I discovered the correlation between my skin health, my mental health, and my gut microbiome. Fast forward to the pandemic, I started to struggle with all 3 of these things, AGAIN. I also noticed that all of the beauty and health gummies on the market were filled with high-fructose corn syrup. So I created a beauty gummy supplement to “get to the root” of Gen Z and Millennials' skincare needs from the inside out by targeting the gut microbiome. The best part is our formula is completely sugar-free.

Our Values

What makes us different is our values. They’re integrated into every aspect of our business. 90% of the influencers and experts we partner with are from underrepresented groups. This includes women, BIPOC, and members of the LGBTQ+ community (FYI we’re all just human beings lol). We value inclusivity as a whole and bring our values everywhere we go. 

Social Cause

We believe that “Beauty Starts From Within” and that is why mental health advocacy is one of our core values. 13 years ago our founder, Marcella Graham, was clinically diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Her dislike of the way she felt on her medication jump started her interest in holistic healing. She has now made it her mission to educate BIPOC communities on the importance of taking care of their mental health from the inside out.   

The Root Remedy partners with black-owned non-profit organizations like JOY-DAY that help provide resources to BIPOC communities who are struggling with mental health. Our mission is to bring awareness and representation to the mental health industry through partnerships, resources, and community advocacy.

- Marcella, Founder of The Root Remedy