Kj Natural products are also on sale for individual orders in the store, and on Josey's Etsy page.
Her now 8-year-old daughter Kristien's hair and eczema issues inspired the company.
"I did not know what to do with her (natural) hair and I didn't want to relax it," Josey said.
She began doing research.
The oils and creams she whipped up helped Kristien's eczema and hair.
The "j" in the store's name is lower cased to represent her daughter, little KJ.
She's big KJ.
Josey offered some of the products online in May of 2013.
"It kept growing and growing and growing," said Josey, now a mother of two. "I found people had the same problems -- dry hair, eczema."
Josey's younger daughter, Gabrielle, is 5.
She said her studies in microbiology and background in health came in handy.
"I was really working with the same things, but on the outside of the body," she said. "The things that are good on the inside of your body are good on the outside."
Josey uses an arsenal of ingredients that includes Shea butter, coconut oil, castor oil, peppermint, rosemary, lavender, mango butter, argan oil, jojoba oil, silk amino, and panthenol (a form of vitamin B5) to make products ranging from beard oil to hair twisting butter to lip balm to Neapolitan hair growth conditioner to body oil and curl cream.