Happy Pride Month! There are many LGBTQ+-owned businesses in Pittsburgh, and 412 Apothecary is a great one to check out. Located in the North Side, 412 Apothecary was created to meet and respond to the needs of the community. The shop carries inclusive products for different scalp, hair, face, and body types.

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The owner, Christopher, is also a licensed cosmetologist. He offers complimentary scalp and hair analysis with a customized beauty and treatment ritual, along with tips and tricks for how to properly use every product. Additionally, the shop offers a curated selection of coordinating candles, and other wellness products.

Image via @412apothecary, Instagram

If you haven’t had a chance to check out 412 Apothecary yet, June 27th would be the perfect time!

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412 Apothecary and Bakers For Change, a local organization founded by five women to enact change through baking, are hosting a joint event on Sunday June 27th from 12:00-4:00 pm at 412 Apothecary (424 Suismon St. Pittsburgh 15212) to raise funds for The Trevor Project.

This event will feature baked goods from local Bakers for Change bakers, 412 Apothecary’s curated beauty products for everyone, and raffle baskets from 412 Apothecary’s vendors like: Maapilim, Apotheke, Vertly Balm, Davines, Bombash and Early, and many more! 

What is your favorite local LGBTQ+ owned business?

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Sophia Chang

Sophia is a Pittsburgh transplant who has lived in the Steel City for the last 9 years. She's passionate about food, and spends her free time sharing what it's like living (and eating!) as an Asian-American woman in Pittsburgh. You can find her exploring new restaurants, making foodie friends, and trying all the different bubble tea shops in the city.

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