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His story is probably not what you’d expect of a plastic surgeon.  After seeing patients time and again whose damaged skin could have been prevented with the proper care, he decided to help them prevent the damage in the first place.  But the skin care on the market, he soon discovered, was filled with numerous harmful chemicals and synthetics.  So Dr. Edward Domanskis began ten years of developing his own products made of all-natural and organic ingredients.  The result is Organoderm, a line of USDA organic skin care created by someone who understands skin!

I have been using several of the products, and I’ve found them rather impressive.  The ingredient list is the first thing I check, and there is absolutely nothing I find objectionable in any of the products.  One of my favorite items is the Olive Cucumber & Watercress Foaming Face Cleanser.  The bottle’s pump creates a foamy mound of cleanser which is light, refreshing, and effective.  Another favorite of mine has been the Olive Cucumber & Watercress Light Moisturizer for Face & Body.  Truly light, easily absorbable, and not heavy, it’s definitely a moisturizer you can use all over.  The fragrance of all the products is a refreshing citrusy scent with a nice tang to it that, I dare say, will be perfect for summer.

Dr. Domanskis is kindly giving away a travel kit to one of you!  This kit includes a trial size of all the Organoderm products (with the exception of the lip balm).  So get yourself entered for this great giveaway and expect some healthy summertime skin!

Multiple Options for Multiple Entries:

1.) Just visit and tell me something you learned there. (You may enter once a day.) Remember, leave an interesting comment. If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Blog about, Twitter, and/or Subscribe! Get an extra entry for each of these activities.  Just leave a separate comment for each, giving me a link to your blog post, your Twitter name, and/or a note saying you’re a subscriber.  SUBSCRIBE HERE!  

(Psst!  My Twitter name is dkMommy.)

Feel free to do all four to gather multiple entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Thursday, June 4, 2009, to enter.  

Winners will be contacted by email.

299 thoughts on “Organoderm Skin Care Travel Kit Giveaway

  1. I am heartbroken by some of the information I read. It’s also important to remember that our careless, selfish indulgences are also killing people.

  2. many non-native plants there are around.. and how just even a little native planting can help our local wildlife!!!!

  3. The breeding places for most common birds are disappearing rapidly, interesting.

  4. I learned they have a suggestion map as to what plants should be planted in you state.

  5. The effects of what you do are cumulative and synergistic and that actually makes me want to do more!

  6. Plants are not optional — we can’t live without them. But we tend to take plants and their benefits for granted.

    We all breathe, but who takes the time to think about where the oxygen was produced? Even farther from our consciousness? The primary role that plants play in the food chain.

  7. I learned that it only takes a few short seasons before individual gardens begin to attract the birds and the insects that will sustain them. We can all do our part by planting some native plants in our gardens.

  8. I was fascinated by the composite image from space that showed so much of our landscape with lights (meaning mostly “improved” areas). I had also failed to realize the number of foreign species that have taken over our gardening areas choking out our native plants.

  9. I have always loved birds since my father helped me raise a baby meadowlark whose mother and siblings were killed in the nest after a storm. The meadowlark imprinted on me (I was ten years old) and really loved me, and since then I’ve cared about birds and now have parrots. So I was shocked to read that so many natural nesting places for birds are disappearings, as are the plants that attract them! – Thanks so much for the chance to win your giveaway!

  10. By gardening with native plants — no matter where you live or how small or large your space is — you can help sustain wildlife.

  11. Habitat destruction as a result of anthropogenic changes is a huge problem everywhere for life on earth. That is precisely why we can no longer rely on natural areas alone to provide food and shelter for biodiversity. Instead, we must restore native plants to the areas that we have taken for our own use so that other species can live along with us in these spaces. We can start by restoring native plants to our gardens. This is a manageable task for both suburban and city dwellers, with tangible results in a few short seasons as individual gardens begin to attract the birds and the insects that will sustain them. Just imagine the restored landscape that could result from everyone’s cumulative efforts!

  12. Natural habitats are disappearing quickly. Collectively individual landowners can do a lot to planting native species. The theme is, “welcome wildlife to your lawn”.

  13. Tallamy is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware

  14. Apparently, the author Douglas W. Tallamy, was once a child. Fascinating! He also enjoyed watching bulldozers bury toads. Can’t blame him there.

  15. 50,000 alien species, both animals and plants, have colonized North America. Amazing!

  16. I learned that the breeding habitat for common birds like the black-capped chicadee is disappearing rapidly.

  17. I learned that by gardening with native plants — no matter where you live or how small or large your space is — you can help sustain wildlife.

  18. By using plants that are native to where you live, we can all help prolong our own lives, by sustaining wild life and completing the natural circle of life.

  19. Well this is perfect when we are able to cruise; so natural and user friendly; How I wish to win of course; Thanks SW

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