What do you do to act more beautiful in your everyday life? That’s the question the people at Yves Rocher wants to ask both themselves and others. To live closer to earth and to care more for the environment is not a “trend” to me—it’s a lifestyle that makes me a lot happier. To act beautiful is to care and to make a difference through small everyday choices.
Yves Rocher has been on the natural beauty market for a long time. A majority of the brand’s products are conceived directly from plants, and the aim is to use the most powerful, active botanical ingredients in order to offer high-quality products for all skin types—this while preserving the environment.To strive every day to develop new products that are more environmentally friendly and more respectful is so important; and by finding new ways, or maybe by going back to old ways, we can make a change.
Yves Rocher is funding a costumer-related project called “Plant for the Planet”. Every time a customer buys a product that’s linked to this project, a tree is planted somewhere around the world. The Yves Rocher Foundation collaborates with more than 30 different, well-chosen, non-governmental organizations to ensure that the right kind of tree is planted in the right place. So far they’ve planted 65 millions trees all over the world and to me, that’s a beautiful act!
PROMOTION. This post is presented in collaboration with Yves Rocher.
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