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January 22, 2017

GLOW for a Cause

in, Beauty
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glow for a cause

Winter is notorious for sucking the moisture right out of the atmosphere and leaving skin dry and scaly – not a desirable look. And while I am a creature of habit when it comes to my skin and beauty routine, I also keep a lookout for new creams and moisturizers to combat the parched atmosphere and keep my face and hands from looking like a baby T-Rex.

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I was recently sent a super moisturizing body cream from a brand I had not previously heard of before and it turned out to be the perfect remedy for the case of the January dry skin. GLOW for a cause is more than just beauty brand based in Colorado, it’s a brand that strongly supports some amazing causes across the US. In fact, 5% of all proceeds goes toward organizations that support Boston’s volunteer firefighters, give academic hope to underprivileged children, and run no-kill animal shelters.  All of their products are made in the USA with natural ingredients like coconut, jojoba, sunflower and vitamin E.

glow for a cause All of their products are made with natural, nourishing ingredients like coconut, jojoba, sunflower and vitamin E which creates a soft and creamy texture that blends into your skin effortlessly and leaves behind a silky smooth finish that lasts for hours – seriously, my hands feel like I’ve smoothed foundation primer all over them, without the oil or grease.

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In addition to body creams, they also create perfumes, candles, and face creams and scrubs that are paraben free, phthalate free, cruelty-free, and gluten-free (in case you were planning on consuming any of it). I definitely recommend this product if you’re in the market for a new hand or body cream this winter!

Product c/o Glow for a cause.

 

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  1. January 25, 2017

    Sounds wonderful and it’s great that some of the proceeds go to a good cause. Moisturizer is so important in the winter in cold climates.