Tired of assaulting your body with caustic chemicals and visions of swollen-eyed bunnies in stocks? It’s time to truly love the skin you’re in. Marie Veronique Organics is kicking off Earth Day by offering our readers a shot at winning a four-piece vegan beauty starter kit. The 100 percent cruelty-free collection comprises the Gentle Cleanser ($30), which strips muck and soothes without harsh irritants; the Gentle Mist ($30), which hydrates and regenerates skin; the Anti-Aging Oil ($70), which seals and protects your moisture barrier; and the Moisture Serum ($80), which uses elderberry extract and carrot seed oil to nourish and brighten your punim. Plus, in honor of Ma Earth, Marie Veronique Organics is giving 25 percent of all proceeds to the Center for Environmental Health. This giveaway ends on Friday, so enter now to win!

TO ENTER THIS FABULOUS GIVEAWAY

1. SIGN UP FOR THE ECOUTERRE NEWSLETTER (This is important because we’ll be announcing our winner there.)

2. LEAVE A COMMENT telling us your favorite cruelty-free fashion or beauty product. Although it doesn’t hurt to get fancy, we’ll be picking a winner at random.

We’ll pick our favorite comment and announce the winner in our newsletter on Wednesday, April 27. The deadline to enter is 12 midnight ET on Tuesday, April 22, so ENTER NOW for a chance to win!

ABOUT MARIE VERONIQUE ORGANICS

At Marie Veronique Organics, what it puts in its products is as important as what it doesn’t. You won’t find toxins, petroleum-based products, nanoparticles, or anything else that’s potentially harmful. You don’t need those ingredients to make your skin look and feel younger. Wherever possible Marie Veronique uses natural, organic, and fair-trade ingredients, packaged in 100 percent recyclable materials. And it sources them as close to its Berkeley headquarters as possible to keep its footprint super small. To make the planet a better place, the company donates 10 percent of its profits to the Acumen Fund, which is dedicated to creating better opportunities for women and children in third-world countries.

+ Marie Veronique Organics