Win a MyChelle Daily Basics Kit (Plus Black Friday Discount)!

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Win the All/Combination Daily Basics Kit from MyChelle (shown above)!

The All/Combination Daily Basics Kit is perfect for anyone’s skin type. The Fruit Enzyme Cleanser gently provides a deep clean to uncover fresh, smooth skin. With a natural multi-fruit Alpha-Hydroxy Acids to unclog and purify pores and increase cellular turnover for a more youthful glow. The Perfect C Serum combines to provide the skin with a defense against aging. Utilizing 17% dose of clinically proven L-Ascrobic Acid to help strengthen collagen and improve skin’s texture. The final product, Pumpkin Renew Cream is a lightweight, yet nourishing formula that blends antioxidant-rich Pumpkin Seed Oil with reparative Peptides to protect cellular health and maintain hydration. Include these three products in your daily routine, and you will be left with beautiful, hydrated and youthful looking skin.

How to Win: Leave a comment below about what stories you would like to see more of on Eco Chick in the coming year (and like our Facebook page, pretty please)! Contest closes on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at Midnight, EST.

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MyChelle is also offering the awesome deal above on Black Friday!

About Starre Vartan
Starre Vartan is editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick.com and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life.

3 Comments

  1. Love all the stories you have, but especially appreciate affordable vegan fashion options!

  2. I can never get enough information on clean beauty products – thanks!

  3. Mm, the pumpkin component of the cream sounds interesting! I’ve been looking for a new facial moisturizer; the plain oils route just isn’t cutting it for me right now.

    What I’d like to see on the blog: more material, and more informative material, about sustainable garments. It’s hard to find companies that actually sell a meaningfully sustainable product, without it looking all the same (much sustainable fashion seems targeted to a very specific market, and the clothes are not suitable for workwear, fieldwork, or much beyond that narrow esthetic/purpose). Clothes that actually stand the test of time are good to hear about too — and it’s far more interesting to hear your take on something, Starre, after you’ve actually tried it for a while. That gives us the info plus your voice!

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