As the Christmas season is now in full swing, many of us are making some last-minute purchases for loved ones. Taking this into consideration, it is increasingly important to support businesses that share the same values as yourself, rather than spending money at businesses that stand with and donate to organizations opposite of what you believe in. If you’re looking for a last-minute gift for a special woman in your life from a business that supports her values, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Culture of Life 1972
Founded in 2019 by Carla D’Addessi and her daughters, the “USA Family Owned and Operated” Culture of Life 1972 (COL1972) is a pro-life fashion brand. The brand chose this name to remember 1972, “the final year when every American child had the right to life.”
To directly give back and support the pro-life movement, they established the COL1972 Foundation– a “charitable arm of COL1972 which donates 100% of net profits to the foundation.” The Foundation supports other pro-life non-profits, assists pregnancy resource centers with items such as diapers and bottles, and more.
COL1972 has everything from UpCycled Luxury Jewelry, to fashionable graphic t-shirts, to comfy loungewear, and much more. The fashion brand offers clothing in a wide variety of sizes, including their petite and “Bump-Friendly” selection.
They currently have a “Christmas 2021 Gift Guide” on their website with over 100 items to browse through. With a wide variety of clothing and jewelry items to look over, you will likely find something from this fashion brand your pro-life mom, sister, or friend will love. If you are not sure what to get, they have gift cards available for her to shop from COL1972 on her own time.
If you are shopping for someone who values femininity, family, faith, and freedom look no further than Nimi. Made in the USA with their mission to “help women look and feel their best,” Nimi sells a wide variety of skincare products and holds conservative values.
The skincare brand sells a variety of products, including serums, toners, cleansers, and creams. They state that they use “natural, clean, high-quality ingredients” and do not test on animals. For those interested in purchasing products from Nimi but are unsure what to get, the skincare brand offers a skin quiz to help find what products they offer that best fit with their skin type.
Nimi explains that they “donate a percentage of sales to American causes that empower women and young girls, like Girls on the Run and Women of Faith.” As of December 22, they are running a free shipping promotion on orders of sixty dollars and up.
If you are shopping for a woman who loves Jesus and loves makeup, Hope Beauty is the perfect place for her. Founded by Hope Harvard, Hope Beauty sells USA made-makeup that finds inspiration from the Bible “to remind women that their true beauty comes from God.”
The brand sells bronzer and blush duos, lip kits, complete looks, individual makeup pieces, and gift cards. Within the description of each item also includes the Biblical verse or verses that inspired those pieces– a reminder of those verses each time you apply the product.
Each of the items are made with “Passover friendly products” and are made cruelty-free. As of December 22, having their “Reason for the Season Sale”– a perfect time to get a lip kit or complete look for someone special this season.
As you finish last-minute shopping for the Christian and conservative women in your life, consider these places to shop at as you celebrate the holiday season with them.
The views expressed in this article are the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Lone Conservative staff.