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These products make perfect gifts for friends and family; treat yourself to some as well!

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Bon Logic Soaps

Soaps, face creams and bath bombs are just a few of the many locally made beauty products made by Bon Logic Soaps. Their regular and mega bath bombs are huge sellers, thanks to their bright scents. Pick some up at To Market, Garland Mercantile and Wonders of the World. $4.50 each

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Dandles Candles

What started as a hobby in former KREM 2 journalist Dana Haynes' apartment has now blossomed into a successful business. Look for Dandles' new, vintage-inspired line of candles at Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things, Simply Northwest and Ferrante's. $8 small | $20 large

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Rare Ayre Perfume

Growing up visiting the pristine water of Lake Pend Oreille, Michelle Anderson created Rare Ayre fragrances as a tribute to the Northwest and all of its beauty. Insurrection, Abundance, Enlightenment and Quiescence are the four seasonal scents, and all effectively represent the beauty of each season. Find them at the Historic Davenport Home Store and the Coeur d'Alene Resort. $130

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Kani Botanical Beauty Skincare

All of Kani's locally produced skincare products are vegan and organic — no parabens or sulfates here. Instead, Kani uses natural ingredients like herbs, clay and natural oils (that smell delicious, by the way). Despite the luxurious look and feel of this line, it's also very affordable. Order online. $10-$38

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Foxwood Home Succulents

Succulents are popping up all over on Pinterest and on the pages of home décor magazines. Find these on-trend arrangements by Foxwood Home exclusively at Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things. $26

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Minted Moose Clothing

When Bonnie Ryan had her son, she wondered why there weren't many fashionable baby clothes out there. Her solution, Minted Moose, is a line of utterly charming line of boys' and girls' baby clothes she designs herself. Find them at Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things and on Ryan's website. $34 dress | $48 romper

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Coy Jewelry

Coeur d'Alene-based Coy Jewelry specializes in brass and bronze jewelry pieces, a stylish and subtle option to accessorize any outfit. If subtle's not what you're going for, then look to some of their larger statement pieces, which incorporate natural stones. Find Coy Jewelry at Tiffany Blue, Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things, The Flower Bar and on Etsy. $25

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Niftae Thriftae Signs

No two signs are ever the same at Niftae Thriftae. Stephanie McGee and her business partner Killian (her 4-year-old son), go around collecting wood from old barns and fences to create hand-painted signs that make adorable additions to any garden, dorm room or household. Available at Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things and To Market. $12

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Rejuv Lotion

Rejuv's bottled lotion and lotion bar are both 95 percent organic and made with natural ingredients like jojoba oil and grapefruit seed extract in Reardan, Wash. Find them exclusively at Lucky Vintage and Pretty Things. $9.95 bottle | $8.95 bar

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Flying Ears Ranch

These handmade goat milk soaps are created from the milk of a small herd of Nubian goats just a few miles outside of Spokane. The goats at Flying Ears Ranch aren't just cute — their milk makes the soap high in vitamins and extremely moisturizing as well. Pick up scents like Northwest Campfire or Rosemary + Eucalyptus at Main Market, Parrish & Grove Botanicals, Blue Moon Nursery and on Etsy. $5

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