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If you’re looking to “clean” up your beauty regimen and switch to products without harsh chemicals or ingredients, check out Bison Star Naturals. Based out of New Mexico, the brand makes daily essentials like lotions, soaps and lip balms with “organically, naturally and locally sourced ingredients.”
Founded by Angelo McHorse, a member of the Red Willow People of Taos Pueblo, Northern New Mexico, and his wife, Jacquelene, Bison Star Naturals is one of our favorite Native-owned brands because its products deliver. Not only are they all made with ingredients from the earth, but they’re also effective. The brand’s lotions are highly nourishing for all skin types, and its lip balm lasts for hours. It also doesn’t hurt that items like the Red Lavender Soap are almost too pretty to use.
Supporting Native-owned businesses isn’t just something to do during Native American Heritage Month. Brands like Bison Star Naturals make amazing products you can and should buy all year. Below, you’ll find a few of our faves to try out ASAP.
Lotion Sampler Set, $36
This Lotion Sampler Set includes four of Bison Star Naturals' deeply hydrating and nourishing skin moisturizers.
Ideal for the winter season ahead, this Sage Pine Liquid Soap smells incredible.
Perfect in your purse, at your desk and on your nightstand, this Lip Balm three-pack is a beauty essential.
Red Lavender Soap, $12
The Red Lavender Soap will get your hands and body squeaky clean, but it also doubles as a gorgeous decorative object in your bathroom.
Sage Sticks, $7
If you just moved into a new home or need a housewarming gift, add these Sage Sticks to your must-buy list.
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