What is the “Every Drop Counts” campaign?
This October, join Neutrogena Naturals Brand Ambassador Kristen Bell for the “Every Drop Counts” campaign. For the third year, Neutrogena Naturals is partnering with the Nature Conservancy to ensure clean water is available to those who need it . The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters . Neutrogena will contribute 10% of the purchase price of each Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Cleanser sold to The Nature Conservancy during the month of October (1st-31st)
Visit Facebook.com/Neutrogena and take the pledge to adopt simple water-conserving behaviors. By pledging, you will be automatically entered to win a luxury green spa trip in Napa Valley.
Enter to win an Eco Beauty Prize Pack from Neutrogena!
Twitter: Neutrogena & @nature_org want to help save H2O with
#EveryDropCounts. RT to win a beauty prize pack featuring Neutrogena!
Twitter: #EveryDropCounts! Save H2O & take the 3 Minute Shower Challenge.
Visit Neutrogena.com for more tips! http://bit.ly/kzAqOe
Neutrogena® Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser
Washes away impurities and detoxifies pores for fresh, clear skin
Contains willowbark Bionutrient salicylic acid to remove dirt, oil and makeup
Clinically proven to:
o Remove 99% of dirt, oil and impurities
o Outperform the #1 Naturals cleanser
Naturally derived ingredients include: coconut, corn, willow bark, guar
Neutrogena® Naturals Purifying Pore Scrub
Neutrogena® Naturals Fresh Cleaning + Makeup Remover
Cleans skin and removes makeup in one-step without stripping skin’s
natural moisture (developed for fragile skin around the eyes) Contains Peruvian Tara Seed Bionutrients vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E and complex sugars leave skin soft and rinses clean Naturally derived ingredients include coconut, Peruvian tara seed and guar bean .
Neutrogena® Naturals Face and Body Bar
Water conservation stats
The “water footprint” of the average American is 32,911 glasses per day (accounting for water used to grow and make things we eat, wear and use, as well as water needed to generate energy for everyday activities)
The amount of water wasted from U.S. homes could exceed more than 1 trillion gallons per
year. That’s equivalent to the annual water use of Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami combined.
If you cut down your shower in the morning to five minutes, you alone would save about 80 gallons of water a week and an average of 320 gallons of water a month.
The average shower time in the U.S. is 7.5 minutes and uses up to 20 gallons of H2O!