Garner’s Garden Natural Oral Care Products Revolutionize The Industry

Philip Garner is founder of Garner’s Garden, a black-owned business that manufactures and produces a variety of high quality, all natural skin care, face care, hair care and oral care products.  Garner is the first black entrepreneur in America to manufacture and produce his own line of toothpaste and antibacterial mouthwash, according to an report.  Garner has been featured in Huffington Post and  PYNK Magazine, reports

Garner began selling his all-natural skin care products after reflecting on how his grandmother only used olive oil for her hands. Initially he sold his products at local farmers markets throughout the DC area.  Garner’s Garden was officially launched in 2013 after expanding his product line and growing the business by word of mouth and direct marketing.  By 2017 the business reported $225,000 in revenue.  In early 2018, Garner moved operations to a warehouse and distribution center.

Garner’s Garden produces 1,200 bottles of mouthwash daily.  The company’s oral care products are made with natural, quality ingredients including organic neem, tea tree oil, and peppermint oil. Products are floride free and contain oxygen molecules that protect the mouth from oral disease.  Garner’s goal is to revolutionize the oral care industry with his natural, fluoride-free oral care products, reports “What we put in our body is just as important as what we put on our body”  said Garner.  

Garner’s Garden line of oral care,  skin care, hair care, and body care products are made with quality ingredients that are 100 percent natural, designed to protect and preserve. Phillip Garner’s mission is to provide the highest quality, natural products at the most affordable price. Garner is committed to “healing the world, one customer at a time”. “Everyone deserves the opportunity to live a natural and healthy lifestyle” said Garner.  For more details and/or to purchase from Garner’s Garden, visit


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