At Que Herba, we're proud to be a black-owned genderless luxury fragrance brand that creates scents using essential oils with a plethora of benefits. Our fragrances are more than just a beautiful smell - they can help reduce stress, improve focus, and enhance your mood.
We're passionate about being a responsible brand that values transparency, sustainability, and personalisation. That's why our logo features a black woman with locs wearing tribal jewellery. We want to represent ourselves authentically, and we know how important it is to see images of black women in the luxury fragrance industry.
As a black-owned business, diversity and inclusivity are intrinsically important to us. We carefully source our 100% natural raw materials from ethical vendors and manufacture our products in the UK to minimise our carbon footprint.
The beauty of our fragrances is that they interact differently with the pheromones on each individual's skin, resulting in a unique signature scent for everyone who wears them. We invite you to try our scents and discover the perfect fragrance for you.
Meet the dynamic duo behind Que Herba: Mabinty Sisay and Leeroy Mabonga. As CEO, Mabinty brings a wealth of creativity and passion to the Que Herba brand, infusing every product with a touch of her artistic flair. Her eye for design and knack for storytelling help to create unique and unforgettable experiences for our customers.
As COO, Leeroy brings his poetic soul and strategic thinking to the table. With his background in writing and spoken word poetry, he has a way with words that translates into the vision and direction of Que Herba. Together, Mabinty and Leeroy make an unbeatable team, driving Que Herba forward with their shared values of transparency, well-being, sustainability, and personalisation.
At Que Herba, we believe in fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment, and Mabinty and Leeroy lead by example. As black business owners, they understand the importance of representation and are committed to empowering and uplifting underrepresented voices in the fragrance industry.