Cold air outside, hot and dry inside? That’s the road to epidermal ruin. Reverse the damage with a juice cleanse from the outside in. We’ve hooked up with Juice Beauty to give away a trio of its bestselling organic skincare products: The Green Apple Peel ($45), which uses spa-grade exfoliation to uncover a brighter complexion; the Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer ($65), which encourages new cell growth to firm and eliminate wrinkles; and the Stell Cellular Repair Eye Treatment ($45), which puts the kibosh on dark circles and fine lines around the eyes—a total value of $155. Dull, chapped skin doesn’t stand a chance against certified-organic botanicals that burst with Vitamin C-enriched, antioxidant goodness, so enter now to win!
TO ENTER THIS FABULOUS GIVEAWAY
1. SIGN UP FOR THE ECOUTERRE NEWSLETTER (This is important because we’ll be announcing our winner there.)
2. LEAVE A COMMENT telling us which of Juice Beauty’s three products you like best. Although getting fancy doesn’t hurt your chances, we’ll be picking a winner at random.
We’ll pick our favorite comment and announce the winner in our newsletter on Wednesday, April 6. The deadline to enter is 12 midnight ET on Tuesday, April 5, so ENTER NOW for a chance to win!
ABOUT JUICE BEAUTY
Juice Beauty’s mission is to bring authentically organic, high efficacy and pleasurable beauty solutions to people worldwide. Juice Beauty is proud to fulfill this mission by not only supporting organic farming, solar manufacturing, and the recycled paper business, but to put the healthiest ingredients (that work!) on customers’ bodies.
Most beauty products that use “organic” in their marketing use only a few organic ingredients in a water base, making the total organic content dilute and often less than 5 percent. Instead of the typical water base that cannot be certified “organic or pesticide free,” Juice Beauty puts over 100 U.S. Department of Agriculture-certified organic ingredients into a 100 percent certified-organic juice base (made from over 30 different juices) thus bringing the total organic content up to 98 percent in every product.
Originally published on March 24, 2011.