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Celebrities + Pomegranate = Organic Love At Sundance

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snipshot_a91010569gai.jpgI held off talking about this new organic pomegranate-based skin cream line at Sundance, because I wanted to see how celebrities reacted. Obviously, anything free induces giddy feelings, but reactions seem to be above normal for Pomega5. From their press release,

“Actress and singer Schuyler Fisk said, “This smells amazing and feels great!” Adam Brody (“The OC”) declared, “I really need this cream. My hands are sooo dry,” and actress Olivia Thirlby said, “This feels wonderful. It smells great too!” Other celebrities who went home with the Pomega5 products include: Academy-Award nominee Brenda Blethyn, Emmy winner Camryn Manheim, Kathryn Morris (of television’s “Cold Case”) and Tom Arnold.”

Anyways, wow, they love it. The product itself is pretty environmentally friendly: “The skin care products are made from organic and biodynamic ingredients in an accredited chemical-free lab in France, are naturally preservative-free, and contain no synthetics or perfumes. The pomegranate seed oil supplements contain punicic acid, a source of Omega-5 conjugated fatty acid and rare plant based source of CLA.”

These days, you hear pomegranate, and you think of the Pom Juice line that’s been under attack from PETA and Pamela Anderson for animal testing. We’re pretty sure these aren’t the same guys — and unless you have a fresh vat of pomegranate seeds on hand, you’re likely to enjoy this product. Hit their site for more info and let us know how it is!

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