Gifts for the Greater Good: the Badger B Corp Holiday Gift Guide

Are you making your list and checking it twice? If you want to give loved ones gifts that are aligned with your values, the Badger elves have compiled a quick list of great eco-conscious companies that make really cool products

A Case for Unscented or Fragrance-Free Products

no scent lip balm “If you enjoy the fragrance of a rose, you must accept the thorns which it bears.” -Isaac Hayes Scents are powerful and primitive. They can evoke memories and emotions, good and bad. People like to add scents to themselves and

The Importance of Doing What’s Right: Badger’s Social Initiatives

When Bill and I started Badger we had no idea it would grow into the company it is today. We just put one foot in front of the other and stayed true to our sense of what is right. We

Finding Your Match: How to Choose the Right Oil Cleanser

You’re ready to try the oil cleansing method, but can’t decide which is the right oil cleanser for you. Fear not, Badger friends! Read on to discover your skin type, and discover the perfectly right oil cleanser for your beautifully unique skin.

Fair Trade: Movement Towards Balance in our Global Economy

As an owner and operator of a small business dependent on agricultural goods sourced worldwide, I often wonder about our sustainability as an organization. Internally, we can make all of the right choices – from creating a healthy working environment

Fair Trade: Because It’s the Right Thing to Do

Badger Mission: “To run a business that is fun, fair and profitable; where money is 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

Supplier & Ingredient Spotlight: Earthoil & Fair Trade Argan Oil

Fair Trade Argan Cooperative Edit March 9, 2017: we now use a different argan oil supplier. Please check out Badger Rebecca’s visit to our argan oil cooperative in Morocco! In 2007, a group of Moroccan women organized an all-female, Fair Trade cooperative in order to

Badger & Fair Trade: a Personal Story from Badger Rebecca

My youngest years were spent living with my family in a small cabin in the woods of New Hampshire. We had no running water, so my sisters and I would have to carry water from a nearby stream in gallon