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Harnessing the nature's capabilities

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If you have a fire for hydrated and healthy skin in your belly, get wind of these items that rely on Mother Nature's strength for back-to-the-earth beauty. EWG Checked also happens to be all of them, which means they do not contain any "chemicals of concern" and are committed to full-brand accountability.

Biossance

There is strong plant-based energy that hydrates the skin and locks in moisture! 100% ethically and sustainably sourced sugarcane-derived squalane is used by Biossance, which keeps millions of sharks healthy from liver processing.

The vegan Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil in a bottle is skin-brightening, calming hydration, and the non-greasy, hydration-heavy Squalane + Zinc Sheer Mineral Sunscreen makes it totally worth the everyday application! Be well on your way to Biossance's Dewy Light. (More than that, carbon-free shipping!)

Nena

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With NENA Cleaning Cream, get very back to earth. NENA's formulation gives your skin the gift of hydration while gently cleansing away the day, made with Canadian glacial mineral water and oceanic clay and imbued with more than 60 nourishing and skin-friendly minerals and rare earth elements.

Indulge in their Mineral Toner, which contains botanical extracts rich in antioxidants and helps to moisturize and restore elasticity to the skin. Certified halal, organic, and manufactured in Canada.

Sea Kind

With Sea Kind, dive deep into skin healing. All Sea Kind products are engineered to lock in moisture by containing marine actives (MA), sustainably sourced sea plant extracts that hydrate and heal the skin.

Revive facial cleanser cleans without drying and Fortify facial cream includes MAs that help stimulate hyaluronic acid and collagen development in your body! Plus, Sea Kind is a good mate, not an anemone, and donates 2% to sea protection of its income!

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Paolo Reyna

Paolo Reyna - Paolo is a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, majoring in International Studies with a Latin American emphasis. During the fall semester of 2012, he had the opportunity to study abroad in Peru, which piqued his interest in international growth. He learned about the disparities that impact indigenous peoples, got a taste of Peruvian culture, and improved his Spanish skills. Mitchel interned with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, conducting research on food security in Latin America, after being inspired by his foreign experience. He wants to work in international development and for a government department, writing legislation. He loves playing intramural basketball and practicing for the Chicago marathon when he is not thinking about current events in Latin America.

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