Over processed skin can be a factor to an unbalanced and blemish prone complexion. Getting back to the basics can be the answer. I have 6 tips using natural skin care to balance oily skin and restore a clear, radiant glow to your face.
On the hunt for THE perfect Eco-friendly bridal shower or wedding gift? Looking for a gift with meaning that will be used AND remembered? I’ve got you covered.
Made in the USA Mister Landscaper Micro Sprinkler Landscape and Shrub Kit & Micro Spray Pot Stake Kit irrigation systems make landscape and potted plant maintenance a walk in the park!
Mister Landscaper, Inc. was founded on the belief that homeowners should have access to high quality landscaping and garden irrigation systems, just like professional growers use to water their crops. Mister Landscaper has been manufacturing products in Florida that have been doing just that, as well as helping home owners conserve water, since 1991.
Great American made natural beauty products are among my favorite. Each season we need to swap a few of our beauty products to keep our skin in optimal condition. Summertime brings extra sunshine, heat and for some oil production. Here are some of the best natural American made products to use this summer.
This year celebrate the Fourth of July with true patriotism. Support America’s independence from foreign manufacturers and buy ‘Made in the USA’ whenever possible! At USA Love List, we have worked hard searching for the best American made Fourth of July celebration necessities so you don’t have to! Made in the USA BBQ, picnic and […]
USA Love List is teaming up with Justin’s , Whole Foods Market, and the Xerces Society to spread the word on the importance of saving our nation’s pollinators. Here, we have all of your questions answered and tips on how you can make a difference.
What’s HOT in vacationing this summer is agritourism. Agritourism is defined as the act of visiting agricultural based businesses for enjoyment and education. Being an agritourist is a great way to support U.S farms, ranches and vineyards as many of the owners use agritourism to supplement their income and stay in business. It’s an easy […]
A heat wave has hit New England and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere! Here in Connecticut, we are officially melting. Unlike homes in other parts of the country, where high temperatures for days (weeks over here!) are common, most houses in New England do not have central air. And, believe it or not, […]
Luxury fragrances, Eco friendly products. The Good Home Co. offers the finest, highest quality, natural fragrances in everything they make. The Good Home Co. provides, through a vast array of laundry, household, bath and body, and pet products, the opportunity to experience fabulously scented clean WITHOUT exposing your loved ones to dangerous chemicals.
I love practical fashion that doesn’t break the bank. It’s even better when you find American made fashion that’s affordable! I love Jaleh’s stylish collection. Lucky for our readers, we’ve teamed up with Jaleh for a chance to win a $150 credit to its online store. While the winner will get to select what they […]
Today, my two lovely assistants and I will show you how we start our seeds the chemical free way. As I mentioned last week in my introduction to clean gardening, it is super important to know that the garden products my kiddos are exposed to are safe.
Crowdfunding is the fund raising choice for the digital age! Crowdfunding is when a group of people pitch in money to help fund a project. Crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo, make great platforms for business owners to set up crowdfunding campaigns when funds are needed for company start up or growth. At USA […]
“CLEAN” and “GARDENING” are words that are not normally seen together. Why, there is DIRT involved in gardening after all! Dirt that gets in your nails, on your clothes, all over your house…yeah, gardening is definitely NOT clean. For today’s post, clean gardening is defined as the growing of herbs, vegetables and fruits without the […]
In celebration of Keep America Beautiful Month, we’re looking and ways to reduce, reuse, recycle with a little help from American-made products. Today we have tips to REDUCE waste. There are 3 key areas to focus on when it comes to actively reducing our individual waste- our energy consumption, our water use, and our trash […]
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Ever wonder what the difference between REUSE and RECYCLE is? Companies that REUSE items to make products cut, sew, bend or form unwanted “trash” into beautiful, stylish, functional new items. Companies that make products from RECYCLED goods melt, press, bend and transform an old item into a new substance. Then this substance is […]
Stay in style with eco friendly jewelry. Here are my favorite sources for the best Made in USA eco friendly jewelry. This is a source list you’ll want to keep on hand for gifts or splurges you can feel good about.
This year the Easter Bunny will be filling the Easter baskets in my house with only American made treats. And not because I have declared so. My kiddos have. “Mommy, I hope the Easter Bunny knows to get us ‘Made in the USA’ things for our Easter basket,” said my 4 year old daughter when […]
April’s almost here and that means Earth Month is quickly approaching. I love eco-friendly products, especially the ones I use everyday. In terms of eco-friendly, I think having them made in the USA makes them that much more appealing since there’s much less transportation associated with products made here. Here are four affordable made in […]
What is a CSA? Sponsor a local farm and encourage American Grown through Community Supported Agriculture
Support a local farm. Strengthen American farmers. Reduce your carbon footprint. Keep the people in your community at work. Now is the time of year to find and sign up for a CSA!
It’s been a long cold winter across the US. When I look out the kitchen window, I still see my yard completely covered in at least 4 inches of icy snow. It’s hard to believe that the first day of spring is just weeks away. I am not letting the fact that my gardening spaces […]