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Gisele Bundchen's Eco-Friendly Skincare Line Now Available

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We told you about when Gisele Bundchen decided to launch a line of eco and animal-friendly skincare products, and now they’re available to buy!

The line is called Seeja, and according to the website, “We understand how precious our Earth’s resources are, which is why we have created products with as little impact on the environment as possible.”

Just how do they do that? Well, the packaging of the products uses clean hydro-electronic power, is carbon neutral, and comes in post-consumer waste paper with 100% recyclable fibers. In addition, the Seeja containers are recyclable, and they never test on animals!

So far the Seeja line contains a Day Cream, Night Cream, and Mud Mask, using natural clays and botanics to help rejuvenate your skin and spare the environment of any harsh chemical additives. The prices are higher than what you’d find at a regular store (running from $56-$70 for a two month supply), but then again the ingredients are of a much higher quality, too.

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