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Bruce Spruce – Company Spotlight

Bruce Spruce is an outdoor skincare company based in Denver, Colorado. The founder, a Colorado-native, designs and manufactures all of the products in her cabin on the weekends. The company’s values are:

  • Using local ingredients and packaging
  • Using raw/natural ingredients ONLY
  • Supporting local community and small business
  • Having a good time and making people laugh

Their signature product is Man Balm, marketed as the ultimate lip balm for outdoor men. “Inside the tube are raw, natural ingredients and it’s unique scent smells like a two-hundred foot blue spruce falling and crushing a grove of mint. The tube conveniently clips onto your keychain so you won’t lose it or have to go searching for it every time your lips are chapped. Finally, you can quit worrying about your dry lips, and get on with your day.”

The lip balm recipe has been perfected for the last 5 years but this company is only 3 months old. They are looking to get Man Balm in the hands of outdoor men all across America through retailers who share the same values. They also have plans of expanding their product line to carry a natural bug repellant, fireplace scented candles, and much more. Find out more about this company at their website , www.BruceSpruce.com.

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This entry was posted on March 4, 2012 by in Made in the USA, Mens Fashion, Natural Foods and tagged , , , , , .
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