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EmerginC Rolls Out Garden Initiative

July 23, 2013

Includes seed packet with product purchases.

Help the environment as you help your skin with emerginC’s new initiative, emerginCeeds. With every product purchased, emerginC will include a packet of USDA organic mixed lettuce and arugula seeds to help start your own vegetable garden.

In addition to the new “Ceeds” initiative, emerginC will also continue their ecological promise of planting one tree in an indigenous area around the world, for every product sold with the organization Plant-It 2020.


In other news, the classic earth hydrating phytelene cream from emerginC has also now been reformulated to include chronocylin. The brand also recently launched a ginger-lime sugar scrub.


More info: www.emerginc.com
 
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