Entries Tagged as 'beauty'

July 6, 2015

beauty diy | night magic potion

Sometimes, some of our favorite, precious oil blends are just too easy to DIY.

There. I said it.

Whether we do or don’t DIY depends on our patience (looking at myself); availability of necessary ingredients; appreciation for beautiful, branded goods; or some other personal nuance that makes us either excited to do a little mixing or totally turned off.

Regardless of where you are on the DIY spectrum, I think it’s safe to say that many green beauty connoisseurs are looking for sophisticated ingredients to target their main skincare concerns and charming brand stories when they are ready to throw down some major money for a magical potion.

But when it comes to simple moisture in a pared-down routine? A blend of beautiful carrier oils and essential oils will do. Sure, they may not be the fanciest carriers out there, but if your main concerns are 1) moisture and 2) budget, there’s nothing better than a mix of luscious oils that can easily be used from head to toe.

As you’ll notice in the photo below, I chose to share my stock of organic argan oil (not mentioned in the ingredients list) and two essential oils that I love: vanilla and frankincense.

Be mindful when DIYing and/or straying from a recipe, though; essential oils are powerful, and you need to know how your skin will react. Always patch test!

With that said, please enjoy this excerpt from Natural Beauty Alchemy. In a pinch, you can create a wonderful evening oil to heal your skin.

Note: This is a not a series of sponsored posts. This book is wonderful, and I found the recipes approachable. I reached out to the publicist to get permission to share these recipes with you because I thought you’d enjoy them as much as I do!

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Night Magic Potion

This “potion” indeed works like magic. It fights wrinkles, nourishes skin, and leaves a velvety touch in the morning.

While avocado oil is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, evening primrose oil is a powerful anti-aging ingredient that fights wrinkles.

Their efficacy is made complete with the addition of pomegranate seed oil, which provides a surge of antioxidants that protect from sun damage and promote youthful-looking skin.

Grapefruit or tangerine essential oil transforms the application of this potion into a pleasurable moment. The essential oils may be photosensitizing, however, so daily use of sunblock is strongly recommended.

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon avocado oil
  • 1 tablespoon evening primrose oil
  • 1 tablespoon pomegranate seed oil
  • 1 tablespoon almond oil
  • 1 tablespoon sunflower oil
  • 10 drops (0.5 ml) essential oil of your choice 
(grapefruit, tangerine or other)

Instructions

1. Mix the above ingredients in their listed order and transfer to a glass bottle with a dropper.

2. Make sure your face is clean, with no makeup residue, and still moist after cleansing or washing. Rub a few drops of this potion between your palms and pat your face and neck. Do not rinse.

3. Use every evening at bedtime. Store the bottle away from heat and light.

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Excerpted from Natural Beauty Alchemy Copyright © 2015 by Fifi M. Maacaron and published by W.W. Norton & Company Inc. Used by permission of the publisher. All rights reserved.

July 3, 2015

beauty scoop | the wonder seed hemp body lotion

When it comes to moisturizing, I’m a bona fide oil addict. But that doesn’t mean I leave zero room for creams, balms and lotions. They just tend to be reserved for my hands and feet instead of my face and body.

However, my latest discovery in the world of green beauty is The Wonder Seed’s Hemp Body Lotion, a super-slippery, lightweight moisturizer made with virgin hemp seed oil and … one minor detail … jasmine.

the wonder seed fresh jasmine body lotion

{The Wonder Seed sent me a sample of its Hemp Body Lotion in Fresh Jasmine. It costs $17.95 for an 8-ounce bottle.}

In what I’m dubbing “12 Days of Jasmine,” I’ll be bringing you, for 12 weeks straight, my favorite jasmine-infused product of the week.

I know there are a few of you out there who, like me, are a bit obsessed with this sexy, deeply intoxicating scent, so I thought I’d share with you what jasmine-based beauty and lifestyle products are in constant rotation around here.

The Wonder Seed’s Hemp Body Lotion in Fresh Jasmine was first on my list because of how much it’s changed my mind about body lotions in general. The non-thick, non-greasy formula spreads so easily post-shower, similar to my beloved body oils, but has enough water content to make it a true lotion.

the wonder seed fresh jasmine body lotion

The Wonder Seed’s Hemp Body Lotion in Fresh Jasmine doubles as a lovely, lightweight hand moisturizer in a pinch, and leaves your skin feeling soft and delightfully scented.

That’s because The Wonder Seed didn’t skimp at all when it came to using jasmine in this formulation. In a base of purified water and virgin hemp seed oil, The Wonder Seed gets right to it with organic jasmine essential oil and organic jasmine blossom extract — ingredients No. 3 and No. 4!

The familiar slippy feeling is also thanks to grapeseed oil and aloe vera, which keep this body lotion fast-drying and ultra moisturizing. The texture is just fantastic (and that’s saying a lot coming from a chic who rarely ever uses body lotions).

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Purified Water (Aqua), Organic Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, Organic Jasmine Essential Oil, Organic Jasmine Blossom Extract, Grape Seed Oil, Organic Aloe Vera, Gingko Herbal Extract, Glycerin (Vegetable), Mandarin White Oil, Soluble Natural Plant Collagen, Ginseng Infusion, Organic Green Tea Extract, Neem Oil, Seaweed Extract, Cetyl Alcohol (Coconut Oil Based), Geranium Extract, Caprylic Triglyceride (Coconut Oil Based), Kola Nut Extract, Mate Extract, Guarana Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Extract, Hyaluronic Acid (Natural Plant Based), Vegetable Glyceryl Stearate (Natural Plant Based), Bilberry Extract, Behenoyl Stearic Alcohol, Ascorbic Acid, Hydroxypropyl Guar, Potassium Stearate (Natural Plant Based), Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extract, Lauric Oil Extract, Nutmeg Oil Extract, Sea Salt

These extremely nourishing ingredients, led by nature’s own “wonder seed,” hemp seed oil, provide a mega dose of omega fatty acids and key vitamins to the skin. We’re lucky that, in the green beauty world, this is a norm, not an exception.

But what really stands out to me is how right The Wonder Seed got the texture and scent of this body lotion. It’s just that perfect. Many jasmines can be a bit too pungent, heady and sickly sweet. Not so with this one, and especially if you’re into layering your scents (think vanilla body wash in the shower + jasmine body lotion afterward …. hellllllo, delicious!).

I’m also just a little crazy for how well-formulated everything is in The Wonder Seed line. I’ve raved about them before in various roundup posts and social media mentions, but this is my first standalone review of one of their products.

(Sorry for keeping them from you. I can get greedy when it comes to the really good stuff.)

If you’re into product lines like Acure, Mad Hippie and 100% Pure, I’d recommend checking out The Wonder Seed. They fit right in with their commitment to stellar ingredients, no-fuss packaging and accessible pricing. This (and more!) from The Wonder Seed is definitely on my repurchase list!

What are your favorite body lotions? What other jasmine-infused products are on your radar? Have you tried anything from The Wonder Seed? Tell me in the comments section!

June 26, 2015

beauty scoop | araza natural beauty 7 in 1 coconut creme foundation

If you adore Kjaer Weis foundation, but can’t find quite the right shade to match your skin tone, I’ve got an inexpensive alternative for you that boasts 17 shades and just-as-beautiful ingredients.

Meet Araza Natural Beauty’s 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation. You may remember it from my recent “makeup of the day” post, but consider this your formal first date.

araza natural beauty 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation

{Araza Natural Beauty sent me a sample of its 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation to review. It costs $38.}

Created by Lindsey Diamond, a personal trainer and health coach, Araza Natural Beauty’s 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation combines non-GMO coconut oil extract, beeswax, jojoba oil, rosehip oil and argan oil to create a rich, creamy base that blends perfectly without feeling heavy or greasy.

I don’t have issues with coconut oil on my skin (I know some of you do!), and this foundation did not cause me to break out or react in any way. But remember, everyone’s skin is different, so it’s wise to patch test and sample (and be cognizant of what triggers your skin to react!) before committing to a new product.

It’s also got radish root, neem and green tea in it to calm inflammation and fight acne, making this foundation as much of a skincare product as well as a cosmetic.

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Non- GMO Coconut Oil Extract*, Zinc Oxide, Beeswax*, Jojoba Seed Oil*, Silica, Non-GMO Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Rosa Canina Fruit (Rosehip Seed) Oil*, Argania Spinsosa (Argan) Oil*, Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Seed Oil*, Natural Clay, Passiflora Incarnata (Passionflower) Flower Extract*, Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit Extract*, Camellia Sinensis Leaf (Green Tea) Extract*, Non-GMO Natural Vitamin E Oil (+/-, Iron Oxides, Mica, Organic Essential Oil Blend). 30 grams *CERTIFIED ORGANIC

kimberlyloc without makeup / kimberlyloc wearing araza natural beauty foundation

{Left: No makeup! See how fair my brows are?!  Right: Wearing Araza Natural Beauty 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation and some lip color}

I like that the coverage is very buildable, and on “good skin” days, I can easily use Araza Natural Beauty’s 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation as a spot treatment to lightly conceal and correct. As you can see in the before and after pictures above, this natural foundation did a phenomenal job of evening out my skin tone and lightening up the dark circles under my eyes.

It melts into skin (I use a combination of fingers and a BeautyBlender to apply), and doesn’t cling to dry patches or look cakey. That’s a big win in a budding natural cosmetics world where foundation is one of the hardest items to update from conventional.

I wear Araza Natural Beauty 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation in shade Co. 13, which is described as “warm tone, lightest shade.”

It’s a pretty close match, though I could probably get away with a bit of Co. 14, too. As frustrating as it can be, no one foundation is ever really perfect for your skin! Sometimes it’s wise to have two on hand for a bit of custom blending and for different times of year.

Araza Natural Beauty recognizes how difficult it can be to choose and buy foundation online; that’s why it has a handy foundation color guide and helpful swatches with descriptions (see below!) to help you narrow down your options.

You can also order a sample kit to test out a few different shades without your skin tone family to ensure you get the right match before ordering a full size.

araza natural beauty foundation color guidearaza natural beauty foundation color guideOverall, I’m very impressed with the coverage, ingredients and pricing of Araza Natural Beauty’s 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation.

The plastic jar packaging isn’t the most chic or elegant, but it’s functional and keeps the cost low (and I don’t tend to pack my foundation with me when I leave the apartment, anyway).

I like how thoughtful Lindsey was in creating a foundation guide and tip sheet, and it’s a no-brainer to offer foundation sample kits to customers who want to get the right match (yet many brands, big and small, still don’t do this?!).

Because of all of the above, as well as the stellar color match, healthy ingredients and sweet service Araza Natural Beauty provides, the 7 in 1 Coconut Creme Foundation is on my repurchase list!

Discount Alert!

My readers get 20% off their purchases from Araza Natural Beauty with code “kimberlyloc.”

Offer expires Friday, July 3, 2015!

If coconut oil doesn’t work for your face, might I suggest picking up a few lippies (Cactus Flower is gorgeous), eye shadow (hello, Sundance) and blushers (Guava all the way) for your collection?

What are your favorite natural, nontoxic foundations? What sort of coverage do you prefer? Have you tried Araza Natural Beauty yet? Tell me in the comments section!

June 22, 2015

beauty scoop | arya essentials body oil

We all have our signature scents that we gravitate toward, and for me it’s typically sexy florals and soft citrus.

However, when certain moods strike, I’m comforted by the warmth of spice and toasted seeds, and no one does that better than traditional Ayurvedic-inspired brands such as Arya Essentials.

arya essentials body oil

{Arya Essentials sent me a small sample of its body oil to review. It costs $68 for a 3.4-ounce bottle.}

Arya Essentials’ body oil combines seven different carrier oils and essential oils into one luxurious body oil that leaves my skin feeling balanced and lightly kissed with a soothing herbal scent.

Coconut and sesame oils make up the base for Arya Essentials’ body oil, providing a medium viscosity blend that’s easy to use year-round (but especially delicious during cooler months and season transitions).

Herbal, grounding brahmi, black pepper and patchouli give Arya Essentials’ body oil its spiced scent while neroli cuts through to keep it light, refreshing and alluring.

All of the thoughtful, unassuming ingredients help maintain the skin’s softness and elasticity while giving it that sexy sheen without feeling heavy.

Here’s what’s inside Arya Essentials Body Oil:

Sesamum Indicum (Sesame Seed Oil), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Citrus Aurantium (Neroli Oil), Piper Nigrum (Black Pepper Oil), Centella Asiatica (Brahmi Oil), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli Oil)

With Arya Essentials Body Oil, you can ease into the art of building out your spicy scent collection without totally overwhelming your nose.

Yes, even with the patchouli in there — I promise you fellow floral goddesses won’t be turned off by it! It’s the last ingredient and is there to add a bit of earthy weight to the blend.

If you’re daring enough to go outside of your normal scent profile, but don’t want to be completely taken aback by a spicy, warm scent, Arya Essentials Body Oil is one to consider. It’s jasmine-loving-Kim approved :)

Have you tried anything from Arya Essentials? What scents are absolute turn-offs to you? What scents do you totally adore? Tell me in the comments section!

June 19, 2015

free stuff friday | mun no. 1 aknari brightening youth serum & no. 11 anarose rejuvenating rose toner

As more green beauty brands make their way onto the market, I’ve become a bit more discerning about what makes it onto my repurchase and recommend lists.

To stand out to me in a crowded clean beauty market, brands must focus on offering well-edited, smartly formulated and designed collections that rely on the strength of the ingredients they source.

Simply put: They must work, and they must fit my aesthetic. I’ve found that in MUN Skincare, which is one of my go-to lines offered at Integrity Botanicals, a favorite online green beauty retailer.

Today, I’m excited to partner with Integrity Botanicals and MUN to offer TWO lucky readers an opportunity to experience MUN’s No. 1 Aknari Brightening Youth Serum and No. 11 Anarose Rejuvenating Rose Toner.

mun no. 1 aknari serum & no. 11 anarose toner

MUN No.1 Aknari Brightening Youth Serum

I bought this gorgeous oil from MUN’s founder Munemi Imai herself at the 2014 “A Night for Green Beauty” event in LA, and it remains one of my favorite facial oils to date.

Made with three fantastic oils, MUN No.1 Aknari Brightening Youth Serum captures the best of green beauty in one beautiful, violet pump bottle.

It combines Ecocert-certified prickly pear oil, argan oil and rose oil in a blend you’ve never seen — or smelled — before.

I know it sounds simple, yet its elegance is unparalleled. Even the most discerning green beauty connoisseur falls in love with this facial oil.

MUN No. 11 Anarose Rejuvenating Rose Toner

Hands down one of my favorite gentle exfoliating toners, MUN’s Anarose Toner brings together new rose blossoms hand-harvested from the Valley of Roses in Bulgaria with MUN’s signature prickly pear extract, hyaluronic acid and essences of jasmine and daisy.

Talk about a floral finish!

This toner is designed to soften, smooth and protect against the elements, especially when used alongside the No. 1 Aknari Serum. The pour-top makes it easy to use on a cotton round, but it also comes with a spray top attachment for those of you who enjoy misting your face before patting in your oils and serums.

I’ll share a full review of this toner soon, but know this: I’ve gone through two bottles of this stellar toner, and I have no intention of ever being without it. It’s got a permanent spot in my top shelf of toners.

Want to see how MUN looks on your top shelf and feels on your skin? TWO lucky readers will win both the serum and toner (aka the entire MUN collection!).

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter (SO MANY ways to get multiple entries thanks to Integrity Botanicals and MUN). Good luck!

Giveaway begins Friday, June 19, 2015, at 12:00 a.m. Central Time, and closes on Friday, June 26, 2015, at 12:00 a.m. Central Time.

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June 17, 2015

beauty scoop | colorado pitstik healthy deodorant

“Your pits are the best little baby hand-warmers around!”

Even the newest of newborns know better than to stick their hands in my stinky pits, but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud when I read this on the “About” page of indie natural deodorant company Colorado PitStik’s website.

Like many smaller green self-care brands, Colorado PitStik’s founders were inspired to share their handcrafted natural deodorant creations after starting a family and discovering all of the unnecessary and potentially harmful ingredients packed into conventional deodorant.

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{Colorado PitStik sent me samples of its PitStik Tins to review. Three-ounce tins cost $12.95.}

Colorado PitStik is a charming, creamy, stink-blasting deodorant available in both sticks and tins.

I tried the 3-ounce tins in the original formula, made with just six healthy ingredients, and loved the creamy texture and light tea tree aroma that made blending in my own essential oils for a little extra scent fun (lavender mixes well with melaleuca oil, aka tea tree oil!).

Colorado PitStik had the pleasure of joining me for both Bikram and Ashtanga yoga sessions (brutal, I know) and passed with flying colors. No stank, no irritation.

But babies definitely should stay away from me and my pits post-yoga. It ain’t pretty, folks.

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Organic coconut oil, avocado oil, arrowroot starch, baking soda, beeswax & melaleuca (tea tree) oil

Moisturizing coconut and avocado oils blend well with thickening beeswax for a base so luscious and creamy you’re tempted to massage in more than necessary. But don’t! A little (think dime-sized) goes a long way.

Arrowroot, baking soda and tea tree shield you from stink without irritating sensitive underarm skin (I experienced zero redness or bumps with this natural deodorant).

There’s nothing else to it, and you’re paying $12.95 for organic and local ingredients; handcrafted quality; and a no-fuss, recycled steel tin that lasts about two months with regular use. I definitely recommend Colorado PitStik for anyone looking for a wonderfully effective natural deodorant and who wants to shop small.

With that said, keep in mind that Colorado PitStik is a very small company, and its website reflects that. I’m looking forward to seeing updates to the site’s shopability as the brand grows. It’s a bit tough on the eyes and hard to navigate right now, but we all have to start somewhere!

You can find more fantastic natural deodorant recommendations in my ultimate guide to natural deodorants.

What other indie beauty brands are you into right now? What natural deodorants work for you? What do you look for when shopping online? Tell me in the comments section!

June 15, 2015

beauty diy | brightening apple mask

At any given time, my kitchen is always stocked with green apples. I love the tart tang of them on my tastebuds, and it’s only fitting that my skin also responds well to topical treatment with this perfect fruit.

A handmade approach to a popular green apple mask (which I also adore for its brightening effects), this DIY Brightening Apple Mask gently lightens and brightens skin — and smells quite fresh.

I like to use this mask after a weekend of fun in the sun, followed by a moisturizing coconut-infused cream that keeps my skin dreaming of the ocean and sunshine while repairing my skin before another full week at work.

This is the second excerpt from a new beauty DIY book, Natural Beauty Alchemy, that keeps me inspired to tap into my inner DIY goddess. (See the first recipe in this series!)

Note: This is a not a series of sponsored posts. This book is wonderful, and I found the recipes approachable. I reached out to the publicist to get permission to share these recipes with you because I thought you’d enjoy them as much as I do!

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Brightening Apple Mask

This mask relies on the wonderful effects of fruits and is recommended for skin with blemishes or sunspots to reverse sun damage, especially at the end of the summer season.

Apples are rich in vitamin C, which is a documented skin-brightening agent. Citrus fruits are also supreme sources of ascorbic acid (vitamin C). When combined with cranberry seed oil, which is high in sun-protective antioxidants, these ingredients will reverse time on challenged skin.

Make this mask twice a week, for two or three weeks to unify skin tone, and always follow with sunscreen.

Ingredients:

  • gauze strips
  • 1 freshly grated peeled green apple
  • 1 teaspoon vegetable glycerin
  • ½ teaspoon lemon juice
  • ½ teaspoon cranberry seed oil
  • 1–2 tablespoons rice flour
  • Note: Honey can be used instead of glycerin

Instructions

1. Prepare gauze strips by laying gauze in double layers and cutting four rectangles for the forehead and neck and four circles for the cheeks.

2. Mix the above ingredients, adding as much rice flour as needed to prevent dripping. Then spread the mix like sandwich filling between double gauze layers and apply to your forehead, neck, and cheeks.

3. Sit in a reclining chair and wait for 10 minutes before removing the gauze strips and rinsing your face with lukewarm water.

4. If bothersome tingling occurs, rinse immediately.

5. Always follow with a high-SPF (30 or more) sunscreen to avoid vitamin C–induced photosensitivity.

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Excerpted from Natural Beauty Alchemy Copyright © 2015 by Fifi M. Maacaron and published by W.W. Norton & Company Inc. Used by permission of the publisher. All rights reserved.

June 12, 2015

free stuff friday | josh rosebrook herbal infusion oil and tinted nutrient day cream

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Josh Rosebrook — both the man and the brand.

I’ve waxed poetic about his Hydrating Accelerator (I buy it in in multiples for home and work!) and gushed like a girl over his newly released Oculus Formula.

But now, I’m over-the-moon excited to share with you the exclusive launch of Josh Rosebrook’s new Herbal Infusion Oil and Tinted Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 … and, um, give away the duos to THREE LUCKY READERS!

Yeap, all caps was necessary.

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I’ve been testing the Herbal Infusion Oil and Tinted Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 for just about a week now.

While I’ll offer full, detailed reviews later, I can tell you my first impressions of them both during my limited testing time (I typically test for four weeks at least).

Herbal Infusion Oil

Formulated as a multi-use treatment oil, Josh Rosebrook’s Herbal Infusion Oil serves as both a makeup remover and a healing, moisturizing skin treatment for all skin types.

I’ve used it to remove regular daytime makeup, heavy eye makeup and even sunscreen without experience redness, irritation or eye discomfort.

Sometimes even the best-made oil cleansers and makeup removers that combine a variety of ingredients are just a little too much for the delicate eye area.

Not this one that’s made with organic oils of olive, jojoba, sunflower, grapeseed, sesame, apricot and almond.

It also includes, in classic Josh Rosebrook style, organic herbal infusions of calendula, slippery elm, marshmallow root, bilberry, neem, alfalfa, skullcap, fennel seed, chickweed, ginkgo leaf, hawthorn berry and green tea.

Organic essential oils of rosewood, damask rose, and a proprietary blend of other organic essential oils round out the ingredients list.

Tinted Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30

A lovely iteration on Josh’s original Nutrient Day Cream (as reviewed in my “ultimate guide to natural sunscreens“), the Tinted Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 provides priming effects akin to a tinted moisturizer or light foundation while protecting the skin from the sun with non-nano zinc oxide.

Color-adjusting earth minerals correct and brighten the skin; the tint has a neutral-pale yellow undertone that looks flawless on my skin tone. I still like to spot-correct breakouts, as the coverage is sheer/light, but it definitely does a nice job of priming and evening out the skin.

If the color match is not quite right for you (whether you are darker or lighter), you’ll still get the priming benefits. It’s best to sample if possible to make sure it’s the right fit for you, of course.

Or, you could just win this giveaway to see if you like it! Want to be one of the first to try these brand new Josh Rosebrook products for free?

THREE of my lucky, loyal readers will the Herbal Infusion Oil and Tinted Nutrient Day Cream SPF 30 duos. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway!

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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.

5. Sponsor(s) is/are not responsible for lost or mutilated prizes and none will be replaced. Prize is nontransferable and must be accepted as awarded. No cash or other substitution may be made, except by Sponsor(s) in the event that the prize cannot be awarded for any reason, in which case, Sponsor(s) will award a prize of equal or greater value. All taxes, fees and surcharges on prizes are the sole responsibility of winner.

 



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