Plastic Microbeads? Not In OUR Scrub!

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Did you know?

Plastic microbeads – those tiny little balls you often find in exfoliants, soaps, and toothpastes (!) even – end up in our waterways, causing pollution.

That’s why they’re not in our NEW scrub.

(OR any of our others, for that matter.)

microbeads

Microbeads are so small that they’re nearly impossible to filter out. Instead, they slip past water processing plants and into open water. Some call them mermaids’ tears, but let’s label them for what they really are: plastic particle pollutants lining the bottoms of lakes, rivers, and oceans.

Instead, our Botanical Exfoliating Scrub features the finely ground seeds of Ecuadorian Ivory Palm, an ecologically harvested and sustainable alternative. Not only are these seeds just as effective, but they’re also better for our environment.

Unblock your pores and our waterways. Help prevent pollution and say hello to a brighter, more beautiful you.

After all, Karma’s got your back.


SHOP OUR NEW SCRUB! 


 

Author: Kimberly Yang

I hold these truths to be self-evident, that skin care is paramount, green tea is everything, and the Internet rules all (typical Gen-Y philosophy; if it wasn't 'grammed, it never happened). Also pertinent: writer, content creator, national sales director at Mario Badescu. For more about me, visit my Google+ page.

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