Where can you Get Locally Made Beauty Products in Minnesota?

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Folks in Minnesota have a lot of local pride and love to support local business. Buying locally is a great way to support the community and get something truly unique. There are some great locations locally where you can find original beauty products that you can’t get just anywhere. Here is a look at the places to find local beauty products in Minnesota.

Aveda Corporation – 4000 Pheasant Ridge Drive Northeast, Blaine

Aveda manufactures high-performing botanical products sold all over the world. You can find it in 7,000 hair salons and over 30 countries. Aveda offers skin products, hair products, perfume and even cosmetics. They even have a training institute for students to become estheticians, nail techs, massage therapists and stylists. The idea behind the company was inspired by the holistic systems of medicine in India.

Purple Prairie Botanicals – 21515 19th Avenue East, Clearwater

Bethany Albers founded Purple Prairie Botanicals to help those suffering with dry, irritated skin. When traditional soaps didn’t work, she created her own and developed it into one of the purest, safest and most organic soaps with herbal infusions and essential oils. The company has been around for 14 years now offer organic, handcrafted artisan products like sunscreen, balms and butters.

Shepherdess Naturals – 300 East Main Street, Anoka

This local shop will save you money and give you quality. Shepherdess carries apothecary items more effective, less expensive and better for you than what you’d find at a drug store. They are handcrafted personal care items available in Anoka.

You can order online as well and you’ll find soaps, skin products and moisturizers that those suffering from dry, sensitive or itchy skin will benefit from. Even eczema and psoriasis sufferers are benefiting.

Other local beauty product shops include Lancaster Soap Company in Two Harbors, Altobelli Hair Products Inc. in Burnsville and William Marvy Company in St. Paul

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