Visiting Badger Balm!
Quality Natural Products in New Hampshire
Badger is located in New Hampshire, a state in the US that is famous for its fall foliage, beautiful mountains, and Badger's balm. Badger makes over 100 different types of skin care products, lip balms, healing balms, aromatherapy, men's care products, etc, updating and adapting as the years go by. Using organic plants, butters, and essential oils, Badger products are both affordable and socially responsible.
Not only does Badger have an eye on the quality of their products, the company is known for being a leader when it comes to the well being of its employees and community. Badger is a certified B-Company, a label that defines an initiative to certify companies for honoring positive visions of good business and healthy social impact.
On Badger's website the company defines their goals as:
- to create fabulously pure and effective products of the highest natural quality, based on simplicity and thoughtful preparation, with the intention to soothe and heal.
- to run a business that is fun, fair and profitable; where money is a fuel, not a goal; and where our vision for a healthier world finds expression through the way we work and through the way we treat each other and the people we serve.
If isn't often that you find a company who follows through on their words, but Badger certainly does.
Here you see the sun lit gift shop in the foyer of Badger's headquarters. Underneath this picture are the many gems on display in their show room.
Overwhelmingly, I was impressed by the quality of the products and the quality of the people that I met on my visit. The products are top quality, carefully made, carefully researched and carefully produced. All of the details that go into each finished product are a group effort.
Experiencing the group at Badger was part of what excites me about this brand. I could have spent a lot longer than a day and a half talking to them. The Badger employees are motivated, happy, passionate, and well taken care of. I had the impression that I had come across a garden, where the products grew out of the labor and love that the Badger folks put into them.
I don't think I was too far off :) What is your favorite Badger product? Which would you like to know more about? For more pictures and a chance to ask questions, please click *here* to be taken to our blog.