February 16, 2011 (2:48 am)

Giveaway! Sprout Wellness Award Winning All-Over Cream!

topics: Giveaway
by Kristen Suzanne

It’s giveaway time on Green Mommy Blog and I’m stoked to have the opportunity to offer you the chance to win one of my all-time favorite body creams – Sprout Wellness’ Award Winning All-Over Cream. (Thank you for sponsoring this, Sprout Wellness!) I’ll be selecting one winner (details on how to participate are below).

I wrote about my love of their products here – be sure to check it out! Ever since I first tried this product, I’ve been hooked. I have a jar in my bathroom (I share it with Kamea) and a jar on my desk. It’s divine!

And, here is some great information about the product from their website…

Ever had this experience before? “Man, my skin feels dry. I need some moisturizer.” {Apply moisturizer.} {One minute goes by.} “Man, my skin feels dry. I need some moisturizer.”

Ya, that’s not supposed to happen. Many moisturizers are made with water as a base, which evaporates quickly from the skin, leaving you as dry (or drier) than before! Sprout’s All-Over Cream isn’t, obviously. It’s designed to actually moisturize your skin, so you don’t have to keep using it every three minutes.

Our ingredients:

-wildcrafted, fair-trade shea butter
-organic extra-virgin coconut oil
-organic extra-virgin olive oil

What it does for you:

-natural SPF of 6
-high in anti-oxidants
-aids in skin cell regeneration
-promotes skin elasticity
-treats blemishes, skin discolorations, chapped lips, wrinkles, rashes, stretch marks, and sun spots

Want the chance to win? Simply answer the question below by commenting in this blog post’s comment section. Entries will be accepted until February 21st, 2011 at 11:59pm. I will randomly draw one name and announce the winner on Green Mommy Blog February 22nd by responding to the winner’s comment in the comment section below. *Please note: this giveaway is open to U.S. participants only.

Question: What things are you doing (or have done – or plan to do) to be a “green” mommy?

Want another chance to win? Retweet a link to this post on twitter and come back to let me know in a separate comment.

Want yet another chance to win? Link to this post via your Facebook page and come back to let me know in a separate comment.

Want yet another chance to win? Post about this giveaway on your blog, linking back to it, and then let me know in a separate comment.

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    Hi Kristen! I am pregnant with my first and I try to be a green mommy by eating mostly organic and avoiding all chemicals, artificial fragrances and coloring in my products–so I would love to try this one!

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  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    CONGRATULATIONS, JENNIFER!!!! You win!!!!! Email my your address and I'll forward it to Sprout Wellness for your prize. :) Thanks for participating.

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