Giveaway: Earth Day with Lancome!

Lancome, Juicy Tubes, 100% Natural OriginI’m sure it hasn’t escaped your attention that Earth Day (April 22) is this week. But it is ALSO the 10th anniversary of Juicy Tubes. And Lancome is doing several things to celebrate both.

First of all, they’ve launched (limited edition) Juicy Tubes 100% Natural Origin. The formula includes Hungarian honey, royal jelly extract, beeswax, and shea butter (and annatto and carmine for color). They’re flavored with vanilla, apricot, and raspberry. They’re $18 and come in four shades: Pink Precious, Rose Pretty, Blushing Beauty, and Sheerfully Sweet.

Secondly, Lancome spokesmodel Elettra Wiedemann happens to be associated with a charity called JustOneFrickinDay ( The idea is that you visit the website, calculate what one day’s salary is for you, then donate that amount.  The charity takes on only one or two projects at a time, trying to maximize impact for those operations. Their current project involves working with the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF), to build the first solar powered hospital in Burundi. Lancome has already made a donation to JustOneFrickinDay.

Third! Lancome persuaded House of Diehl, Rag & Bone, Giambattista Valli, Rogan, Chris Benz, and Phillip Lim to each design a shirt for JustOneFrickinDay. If you’re lucky enough to live in NYC, and you go buy a 100% Natural Origin Juicy Tube at the boutique on the Upper West Side, April 22 – 25, they’ll give you one of these limited edition, 100% organic cotton shirts for free.  (If you order online on those dates, you can still get free shipping and two deluxe samples, but not a shirt.)

Not in NYC? Not to worry. I have THREE Juicy Tubes 100% Natural Origin (in Blushing Beauty, Rose Pretty, and Pink Precious) and TWO of the shirts (Rogan in size medium; Giambattista Valli in size large) to give away.

Want to win? Leave a comment below and tell me a green tip (beauty tip or other).  Three winners will be selected at random; prizes will be assigned at random; one entry per person; contest open to readers anywhere in the world; contest ends this Sunday at midnight.  Two people will win gloss + shirt, the third will win just a gloss (sorry!).  Good luck!

These prizes were provided by Lancome.

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228 Responses to “Giveaway: Earth Day with Lancome!”

  • Cassidey says:

    Buying a reusable water bottle instead of drinking from plastic bottles saves a lot of waste!

  • Henri says:

    Always turn off lights when you leave a room, or leave the house..seems easy, but a lot of people just forget it!

  • Debbie says:

    Green tip is to turn off the water when you’re brushing your teeth! You waste so much water leaving it on.

  • Becky says:

    Unplug your utilities when you aren’t using them! Even if they’re off, you save a lot of electricity when you unplug them.

  • angela pacheco says:

    Use reuseable bags instead of the plastic grocery bags at the store.

  • LostcauseFoundeffect says:

    Buy produce from local farms to save on fuel used for shipping.

  • Kathi says:

    plug off computers,tvs etc. turn off ALL lights when you go to bed

  • grace says:

    try not to use face wipes, they are one time use and clog landfills. instead, use a wash cloth or facial sponge

  • Ria says:

    I believe in reusing paperbags!

  • tamara Manor says:

    Always recycle plastic bags from the grocery store..better yet, keep a reusable one in your car in case you forget!

  • Blue says:

    Use public transportation as often as you can!

  • cristina says:

    Use public transportation and use paperbags!!!

  • Gabriela says:

    I always separate the rubbish into 3 bags. Later I take the paper and plastic bags to recycle.

  • Irene says:

    Always BYO! bring ur own groceries bag, bottled water, or take away boxes (or lunch box), etc

  • Miss_M says:

    I always bring my own bags when I go shopping, so I don’t have to ask for a plastic bag. You save tons of plastic waste this way!

  • Sus says:

    Buy a clothing drying rack or line rather than using the dryer.

  • She Wolf says:

    Returning empty MAC packages to B2M.

  • 1955NURSE says:

    Whenbrushing yr teeth/washing yr face, turning the water off until you need to rinse saves GALLONS of water each day! ;-)


  • Sugarcake88 says:

    Reuse plastic bags from the grocery store as garbage bags.

  • Eliane T. says:

    Use the rain water to wash the floor.
    Thanks for the chance.

  • Agnes says:

    My green tip would be to use a tote to hold your purchases rather than using a new plastic bag every time. There are so many beautiful totes sold nowadays and not only do they help our environment, but they can also be more fasionable and durable than normal plastic bags! Or if you really dont want to spend money on a tote, then carry a bigger purse to hold your smaller beauty purchases! works just as good =)

  • Jessica says:

    Use plastic bags you receive from shops and spread it in your waste bin/basket. Easier to take out into the trash, and puts those spare plastics to use.

  • Kimberley says:

    The boxes that the cosmetics come in can be cut up and reused as organizers for your makeup! :)

  • veedee says:

    Use organic and natural toothpastes, mouthwashes and breath sprays!

  • Evelyn says:

    Using the re-usable bags helps reduce plastic bags.

  • Nancy says:

    walking or biking instead of driving. Exercise is good for the body and not relying on the car when commuting

  • Julie says:

    Hi! Make up tip… if you run out of eyemake up remover you can always use vaseline!! it can help with chapped lips and takes off the hardest eyeliners possible, really gentle and affordable; multiuse product =)

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