Calling all bloggers! In honor of my December birthday and Christmas, I’ll be giving away a yummy “Little Green Bag”Â by Lush Cosmetics filled with fresh, natural, vegan body products!
One winner will pamper his or herself after winning this Little Green Bag worth $25.95 andÂ filled with the following products:
- Squeaky Green shampoo bar (equivalent to about 3 bottles of shampoo!)
- Sexy Peel soap
- Each Peach massage bar
- Solid Sugar Scrub
To limit the paper and plastic packaging, the winner will also receive the following reusable products as packaging:
- Furoshiki scarf (knot wrap)
- Shampoo bar tin
Lush Cosmetics is my favorite bath and body company for several simple reasons: their products work; their ingredients are natural and safe; and they strive to reduce their company’s negative impact on our environment. I only wish I were the one winning this!
- Sign Ups close Dec. 15.
- First link is free (Facebook or Twitter). Additional links (Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest) are $1 each. Please send payment via PayPal to email@example.com.
- You must write a promotional post OR send $5 via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t want to write your own post, you can find one HERE. Please change the wording as needed.
- All participating bloggers must agree to promote the giveaway twice a week before and during the event.
- Giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada.
- My Life: A Work in Progress reserves the right to substitute a similar prize of equal or greater value if specified prize becomes unavailable.
It says I don’t have access??
Hmmm…trying to figure it out now. Which link says you don’t have access? The one for signing up or the sample HTML post?
Fixed it! Sorry about that. I thought I’d shared access, but hadn’t. I’m new to Google Docs!
Lush isn’t very “green.” Their products contain awful ingredients.
Really? Interesting. What ingredients are you referring to? I’ve only heard the opposite about them.
Here is a good post I just found. I am not fond of the dyes and artificial fragrances that they use. I can’t trust a company that “greenwashes” their products. http://ecoyogini.blogspot.com/2009/03/lushful-chemicals.html
That’s very interesting, thank you. I’ll be researching some more about this.