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tsi la natural fragrance mini collection


To round out this month’s Earth month giveaways, Tsi-La, the natural perfumery, is generously donating a mini collection of natural fragrances.

tsi la natural fragrance mini collection

{Valued at $95, this quartet of fragrances will have you playing mix-and-match every morning to figure out your custom scent. Photo Courtesy Tsi-La}

These natural fragrances contain no alcohol, preservatives, artificial fragrances or colorings — they’re actually good for your skin!

Ingredients like active extracts of goji berry, rooibos, persimmon and blueberry are rich in beneficial antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. These extracts float around in a base of moisturizing oils that nourish and protect the skin — double duty product!

Want to win this mini collection of fragrances? Here’s what you’ve got to do:

  1. Leave a comment on this blog post telling me the most-natural ingredient you’ve ever used on your skin (cucumber eye masks? avocados on your face? honey and oats?).
  2. Have a fantastic weekend!

Giveaway begins Friday, April 27, 2012, at 8:00 a.m. CDT, and closes on Monday, April 30, 2012, at 12:00 pm. CDT.

You have to leave your comment by noon Central time on April 30 to be counted!


Sweepstakes Terms and Conditions

1. No purchase necessary. A purchase does not improve your chance of winning. Void where prohibited.

2. Entrant must be 18 years old as of sweepstakes start date and a legal resident of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia as of start date.

3. Sweepstakes begins Friday, April 27, 2012 at 8:00 am CDT and ends Monday, April 30, 2012, at 12:00 pm CDT.

4. Each entrant selected as a potential winner must comply with all terms and conditions set forth in these Official Rules, and winning is contingent upon fulfilling all such requirements. Winners will be selected by random drawing. If a potential winner cannot be contacted within fourteen (14) days after the first attempt to contact such potential winner, an alternate entrant will be selected in his or her place from all entries received.

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  • Ashley McDonald

    I have definitely whipped up my fair share of natural concoctions in honor of past girl’s nights (ie diy face masks.) Although I have admittedly mixed eggs to leave in my hair (a much better decision than the option to use Mayo as a deep conditioner), oatmeal mixes always seem to go well. Although honey is messy, you can’t go wrong when the drips aren’t toxic fumes seeping into your pores. All in the name of beauty and the never-ending desire for clear skin…

  • Nic

    I condition my hair with olive oil and use it on my skin a well! Who knew the kitchen contained secret beauty ingredients!

  • I’ve used witch hazel as toner and I like to make impromptu sugar scrubs when I’m baking and already have the sugar out.

  • Allison W

    Thanks for yet another great giveaway! Lately I’ve been doing Manuka honey masks 1-2 times per week, mixed with either clay or the One Love Organics mask. My face feels so soft and smooth afterwards! I’ve also been using mainly plant oils to clean and moisturize and I’m loving it!

  • Katherine

    I make my own exfoliator with used coffee grounds (It works!). I’ve also made masks with honey, yogurt, and oatmeal. My next project is to start concocting some shaving products for my husband (oil blends with essential oils and such).

  • I use a brown sugar and lavender scrub my good friend (and great massage therapist) Danielle made! I love using this scrub, it has grape seed oil in it so it leaves your skin sooooo soft!

  • Jenny Denny

    I’ve used an olive oil and sea salt face scrub. Worked great, but still freaked me out that I raided my kitchen for the ingredients.

  • Margie

    I love making coarse sugar and olive oil scrubs for my dry skin. I experiment by adding different essential oils. The scrub smells great and it makes my skin so silky and soft!

  • LisaP

    I love the Red Wing Boot Oil for my hands and nails. It really helps soften your skin and cuticles. It is also great for your leather boots. I was cleaning my horses tack with it and noticed how wonderful it made my hands feel.