Support water conservation and be entered to win a luxury spa vacation for two…
Fresh water is a luxury that many of us take for granted. On average, we spend 7.5 minutes in the shower and use up to 20 gallons of H2O. Cut that time down by three minutes, and we would save 25 million gallons—that’s a lot of aqua.
For the third year in a row, Neutrogena Naturals has teamed up with The Nature Conservancy to make sure clean water is available to all by launching the “Every Drop Counts” campaign that runs through October 31. The Nature Conservancy is the leading global conservation organization working to protect ecologically important lands and waters.
Actress Kristen Bell, Neutrogena Naturals brand ambassador, kicked off “Every Drop Counts” on October 2 by personally leading a volunteer cleanup event at the Ballona Wetlands near Marina del Rey in Los Angeles.
To make the campaign count, Kristen Bell and Neutrogena Naturals are asking you to help save 1 million gallons of water by the end of October.
To contribute, simply visit Facebook.com/Neutrogena and pledge to adopt the recommended water-conserving behaviors. And as an incentive, you will automatically be entered to win a GRAND PRIZE of a luxury green spa trip for two to Napa Valley, Calif, including a stay at the Bardessono Hotel Restaurant and Spa, and other eco-giveaways.
In addition, for every Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser purchased during October, the company will donate 10% of the purchase prize to The Nature Conservancy.