American-made gifts: Skincare items

Posted by LDonia on 12/17/2012

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ManufactureThis took a short blog hiatus last week, and in the process, several days of gift posts did not happen. Therefore, today's post should cover those three skipped days, plus today.

These gifts are great for anyone - any age, any gender - as they're items we can all use.

(Malin+Goetz) hand and body lotion - (Malin+Goetz) designs its skincare products for gentle skin, using natural ingredients. The New York City-based company makes all of its products in the NY tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT). The company offers a variety of lotions, healthy & beauty products, and gifts. Check those out here.

Badger classic lip balm - Badger makes its certified organic lip balm out of olive oil, beeswax, and aloe. Manufactured in New Hampshire, the lip balms come in a variety of flavors. Badger also makes other skin products, which you can find here.

Juniper Ridge soap 4-pack - Juniper Ridge develops its soaps, colognes, and sprays to trigger sense memories - specifically those associated with being outdoors. These California-made soaps will transport you to Red Rock Canyon, and San Jacinto, among other places. Check out the rest of Juniper Ridge's inventory here.

Smith's rosebud salve - Made by Rosebud Perfume Company in Woodsboro, MD, this product is 120 years old and still quite popular. While it can be used as a lip balm, it's really an all-purpose treatment for such ailments as dry skin, irritation, and minor burns. You cannot purchase directly through the company's website, but links are provided to help you find retailers.

This post covers days twenty-two through twenty-five of the Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) series of American-made gift idea posts.

Day One - Cicada Leather Company

Day Two - Field Notes

Day Three - Faribault Woolen Mill

Day Four - Artifact Bag Co.

Day Five - Jacob Bromwell

Day Six - Vermont Flannel

Day Seven - Freeman Sporting Club

Day Eight - Hero Bag

Day Nine - the Holiday Card Website

Day Ten - Night Owl Paper Goods

Day Eleven - Hospitality Frames

Day Twelve - Bigelow Tea & Emerson Creek Pottery

Day Thirteen - American Made Dorm & Home

Day Fourteen - Potting Shed Creations

Day Fifteen - Felion Studios

Day Sixteen - Freeride Systems

Day Seventeen - Wintergreen Northern Wear

Day Eighteen - VPI Industries

Day Nineteen - Children's toys

Day Twenty - Adirondack Chairs

Day Twenty-one - WallCandy Arts

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