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April Giveaway #6: Red Flower Organic Body Wash

Sarah Wizemann

Posted on April 22 2010

April Giveaway #6: Red Flower Organic Body Wash
In honor of Earth Day, we are giving away an 8 oz. bottle of Japanese Peony Body Wash from NYC brand, Red Flower. All their luxurious bath and body products are certified organic, 100% biodegradable, and totally free of dyes, sulfates, parabens, petrochemicals and synthetic preservatives. This company is truly committed to treading lightly on the planet, producing all their products in an environmentally- and animal-friendly manner, all the while never sacrificing quality. Utilizing ingredients like wild-crafted botanicals, biodynamic honey, green tea and silk extract, you can instantly tell the difference between these and the typical overly-fragranced drugstore brands. And they keep their price point down to a reasonable $20 for a bottle that lasts a long time - just a little bit of body wash on a pouf goes a long way! For a chance to win, just follow our blog and tell us your best tip for going green this Earth Day in the comments section by Saturday at noon. Bonus points for sharing this post with your friends on Facebook or Twitter!

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