This is the incredible story of a woman from Niagara Falls that turned a mission into a serious business. Just like any caring mom, when your child has a problem, you do what you can to solve it. Jamilah Miller did just that when her now 2-year old daughter was born with eczema.

Eczema is a medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes resulting from a reaction to irritation but more typically having no obvious external cause.

Jamilah is affectionately known throughout Western New York as Jill and her business is skincare. The name of the business is called, Skincare Essentials by Jill, she is a nurse by trade, and when her daughter was born with eczema she started with some common treatments like shea butter that she discovered, after doing some research would help. Taking knowledge that she gathered from research, and her caring background from being a nurse, she decided not only could this help her daughter, but this could also help other people as well. Jill took all that she had learned from research and made her own skincare line.

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Now Jill has the first Black-owned skincare vending machine in the Galleria Mall, she got this amazing idea from traveling all over and attending events. Now Jill has her own, Body Butter, Body Soap, Boby Scrubs, and Hair oils. she plans to expand and hire local employees and even franchise her business. You can hit her up on all social media sites and you can see her website here.

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