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Shop Sustainable Lotion and Soap to Support Native Nonprofits

Choosing personal care products can impact the environment and communities. Conventional brands often use harmful chemicals and unsustainable practices. Instead, support Native nonprofits for a better choice.

These organizations prioritize natural ingredients, sustainable production, preserving indigenous heritage, and fair labor practices. By supporting them, you can feel good knowing your purchases are good for your skin and the planet.

Native nonprofits offer high-quality lotions and soaps in a variety of scents and formulas. Make a conscious choice and switch to ethical and sustainable options. Enjoy the benefits while making a positive impact on the world.

Next time you shop for personal care products, choose Native nonprofits for a better future.

These 9 Native nonprofit shops offer an array of lotions, soaps, and balms for affordable prices.

With a Sweetgrass Sugarscrub (Sakari), Relief Tea (Sakari), Bee Candle (Native Wise), Lavander Lotion (Chenoa), lip butter (Sakari), and a cornmask (Sakari)!

AICHO started with basic needs - shelter, housing, support - and this resulted in ongoing work to change systems. The issues are real: the impact of violence, housing and economic inequity, historical trauma and racism. AICHO provides a continuum of community action, housing options, and support services. Our goal is to respond to crisis while laying the path for long-term stability and our vision is to rebuild our Indigenous community.

Selling salves, lotions, soaps, washes and beautiful gift sets from $6

Sakari Farm Boatnaics Wood's Rose Bath Scrub

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) is a world-class museum and cultural center, a place where 19 Pueblo people can tell their stories, beyond the gateway of New Mexico, the center is a necessary first stop for visitors to New Mexico, providing an introduction for understanding the state’s landscape, legacy, and story of continuance. Our mission is to preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture, and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico. 

"Nourish your skin and soothe your senses with an array of soaps, balms, and lotions that draw on nature's healing bounty."

Osha Root "Bear Root" 0.5 OZ

The Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers is a non-profit organization in Pipestone, Minnesota, that was formed in 1996 by local Native Americans and tribal leaders to protect and educate the public about the nearby pipestone quarries.

Selling balms and healing herbs, including Osha Root, which "is regarded as one of the very best herbal treatments for respiratory conditions including coughs, colds and lung issues as well as throat complaints."

Sequoia Four Soap Gift Set

Kiowa people are a Native American tribe and an indigenous people of the Great Plains of the United States. They migrated southward from western Montana into the Rocky Mountains in Colorado in the 17th and 18th centuries, and eventually into the Southern Plains by the early 19th century. In 1867, the Kiowa were moved to a reservation in southwestern Oklahoma.

Today, they are federally recognized as Kiowa Indian Tribe of Oklahoma with headquarters in Carnegie, Oklahoma. As of 2011, there were 12,000 members. The Kiowa language (Cáuijògà), part of the Tanoan language family, is in danger of extinction, with only 20 speakers as of 2012.

They offer a set with 4 Large Sequoia Soap bars: Sweetgrass, Cedar, Sage, Tobacco for $40.

Cactus Nectar Hydrating Mint

Native Seeds/SEARCH seeks to find, protect and preserve the seeds of the people of the Greater Southwest so that these arid adapted crops may benefit all peoples and nourish a changing world.

Selling lotions and oils, balms and salves, and soaps from $4.

Haipazaza Phezuta, I'm Your Huckleberry Soap and Shampoo Bar

Our mission at Tomaquag Museum is to educate the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, and Mother Earth and connect to Native issues of today.

Soaps, lotions, creams, oils, bath bombs, and more from $5.

Sinkpe'tawote (Northern Plains Bitter Root)

One of the earliest cultural centers and museums located on an Indian reservation in the United States, The Heritage Center represents the rich and storied heritage of North America’s Native community and the skill and creativity that remain mainstays of the local Lakota and other Native American cultures.

Selling Bitter Root for $10. It is used to "treat arm or leg cramps, indigestion, sore throats, and toothaches." Can be eaten raw, cooked, or candied!

Mocha Lip Balm Sacred Earth

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) champions, develops, and provides quality educational, cultural, social and socio-economic services that benefit all Indigenous People living in and around the Puget Sound Region, especially tribal families, elders and youth.

They sell a wide variety of "Medicine of the People" lip balm, salves, and ointments for $11.50

Haipazaza Soap & Shampoo Bar

The mission of the White Earth Land Recovery Project is to facilitate the recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage.

Medicine salves, chest rubs, oil rollers, and soap & shampoo bars from $13.

Bergamot & Honey lotion

Seka Hills

In our native Patwin language, ‘Séka’ means ‘blue,’ and in selecting Séka Hills as the name for our line of premium tribal products, we honor the blue hills that overlook our homeland in Northern California’s Capay Valley. For thousands of years, our people have lived in the oak forests, rolling hills and grasslands of Northern California’s Capay Valley, tending the natural resources and the land that is home to our culture, history, and traditions.

Selling soaps & lotions from $12.