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13-Year-Old Essynce Moore Opens Spa and Boutique In New Jersey


At 13 years old, Essynce Moore is well on her way in this world. In addition to her published book, “6th Grade Middle School Chronicles: Where NO Secrets Are Kept,” Essynce recently opened a Spa & Boutique in New Jersey for tweens.

Recently named by Black Enterprise as the Teenpreneur of the Year, Essynce opened  Essynce Couture Spa & Boutique in 2015 as an upscale oasis for children, tweens, and teens. The trendy spa will allow girls and boys to enjoy a liberating experience from services such as: hairstyling, manicures, pedicures, private birthday celebrations, and exclusive boutique shopping featuring the latest trends from Essynce Couture, and other designers.

Maintaining her mission to empower, Essynce Couture Spa & Boutique will also host workshops to teach children about the power of entrepreneurship, fashion, self-esteem, and real life experiences.

Essynce began her career at the early age of 6 years old. She has received various awards and acknowledgements for her many accomplishments and serves as living proof that today's youth can achieve anything their heart desires. The Mayor of Hillside, NJ declared May 26, 2016, as “Essynce Day” in honor of the young mentor.

Her website is very creative and really does an excellent job of speaking to her targeted audience. If you are in the area, definitely support, but also let this serve as evidence that our only limitations are the ones that we set on ourselves. Mikaila Ulmer already showed us that with her multi-million dollar deal for Bee Sweet Lemonade.

Do you know any other teen entrepreneurs that are having outstanding success?

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  • This young lady is a force! Wow book, spa & Teenpreneur of the year at 13! Wow! Congratulations!!!

  • Joan Rogers-Hatcher says:

    Great news! Success at an early age. Keep on moving forward. Hard work pays off as you have proved. Love it!!!! Congratulations !

  • Tamika Baker says:

    This girl rocks! Entrepreneurial skills so young! She is setting her path early and is headed to acheive great things.

  • Keith says:

    This is awesome. Proud of her for doing so much so young.


    This young is awesome and let’s celebrate her!!!!!!!

  • Andrea says:

    Where is this spa would like to utilize

  • Chekena says:

    Outstanding love to see young people prospering at a early age. She will definitely have a strong work ethic. Kudos to her parents !

  • Proud of young kids doing something thats make us parents proud, good example and inspiring to watch like this. hopefully all this young generation follow this steps

  • Holly ann ryan says:

    Congrats glad you have started early to learn value of hard work God Bless you

  • Koddi Dunn says:

    13 year old Jeremiah Dunn actually has his own radio station. He plays classical music in the morning and urban gospel and pop through out the day. Check him out in Google Play. Just search Jeremiah Dunn Live Radio or click the link below to get his app.



  • irvine mutiti says:

    wow, so inspiring young entrepreneur, keep it up in your way of greatness

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  • […] In May, Essynce released the third installment of her Middle School Chronicle series, 8th Grade Middle School Chronicles: The Year That Changed Everything. She is the only black teen author to have multiple books on the curriculum for several school districts, according to Patch. She even has a day named after her; the mayor of Hillside, N.J., designated May 26, 2016, “Essynce Day.” […]

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