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10-21-13 | Posted by

As part of the Neutrogena Naturals “Every Drop Counts” water-conservation campaign, this week’s GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY features four super eco-friendly cleansers. The Neutrogena Naturals Cleansing Quad (a $29 value) includes a facial cleanser, pore scrub, makeup remover, and body bar.

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Water is one of our most precious yet abused natural resources. In partnership with the Nature Conservancy, The “Every Drop Counts” campaign aims to save 1 million gallons of water during the month of October. You can help by taking a pledge to adopt simple water conservation measures (like taking shorter showers). To take the “Every Drop Counts” pledge.

In turn, Neutrogena will donate 10% of the purchase price of each Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Cleanser sold during October to The Nature Conservancy. The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and water.

To celebrate the campaign, this week’s beauty giveaway features:

Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser – Cleanses and detoxifies pores with salicylic acid derived from willow bark. Contains 90% naturally derived ingredients.

Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Scrub – Suitable for acne prone skin, this scrub works to cleanse clogged pores with 94% naturally derived ingredients, including coconut, castor oil, willow park, and jojoba oil..

Neutrogrena Naturals Fresh Cleaning + Makeup Remover – Cleanses the skin and removes makeup in one easy step without stripping the skin of natural moistures, even around the eye area. 86% naturally derived ingredients.

Neutrogena Naturals Face and Body Bar – Featuring 99% naturally derived ingredients, this gentle cleanser is suitable for daily use. Includes avocado and olive oils.


To Enter: Tell us what you can do to help conserve water.

COMMENT post your response in the comment
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TWEET your response to @Beautyinthebag

*to be eligible to win!

*No purchase necessary. Open to US residents only. Contest begins 10/21 at 11 AM EDT
and ends 10/27 at 11 PM EDT.


  1. magentaruby1 Says:

    I received a new showerhead from my local energy company that uses less water, and I combine loads when I do my wash. 🙂

  2. YlwRosie Says:

    When I am not actually using the water, such as while I brush my teeth, I make sure the water is off. We also use rain barrels to water our plants and yard.

  3. patty Says:

    to help conserve water I take shorter showers

  4. tiffie555 Says:

    turn off water to shave, brush teeth, while washing dishes in sink
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  5. Cherylcichy Says:

    To conserve water we use a rain barrel to capture water for the garden. We also limit shower time and when we brush our teeth we don’t let the water run. Also low flow toilets are in our home. Also, don’t put pollutants down the toilet that can get into the water system, we luckily live by Lake Michigan and it’s a geographic wonder and needs to stay clean! Thank you, Cheryl Chapman-Cichy

  6. nonstpcute Says:

    Turn off shower while soaping, shampooing, and shaving 🙂

  7. lufkin36 Says:

    The doctor told me to use it sinc I get so many boils on my chin it’s painful I’m trying to find something good for my face to reduce boils bd blackhead and acnes

  8. msbogwan Says:

    I regularly try to conserve water – turning off the sink while I’m washing my hands, taking a shorter shower, as well as using a low flow toilet and washing machine that uses much less water to get my clothes clean.

  9. wizardewu Says:

    I turn off the water while I’m brushing my teeth.

  10. lisalubrown Says:

    Take short showers and don’t let the faucet run while brushing teeth, washing face, etc.
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

  11. collifornia Says:

    Turn off the water while brushing my teeth, and take shorter showers.

  12. missluckybreaks Says:

    I turn off the water when brushing my teeth and/or shaving.


    Take much shorter showers.

  14. orchidlover Says:

    My kids and I have already started. We don’t keep the water running while brushing teeth, or washing faces. We set time limit for showers at 10 minutes tops. We wear clothes more than once to save on water when washing clothes. When getting dishes in the dishwasher we scrape everything off into to garbage wipe with a dishcloth and put in the dishwasher. I am sure there are more ways than what we do already so the comments are giving us some great ideas!

  15. windycindy Says:

    We have a shower time in each bathroom. also, we use refillable water bottles and do not let the water run, while brushing our teeth or cleansing our faces!
    We no longer water our grass and have used native plants, that can handle the heat where we live…
    Many thanks, Cindi

  16. mic3 Says:

    All our appliances are aimed at water/energy savers, low flow toilets, washer set to low water, I wash clothes after 8pm(saves even more per water company)and on cold. Our whole family is involved helping out with shorter showers, use electric shavers, and toothbrushes. We have special hoses for outside use that are awesome. It takes “everyone” in the house for this to be effective. I am very proud of my family for their efforts.:-)

  17. mom4everandever Says:

    we energy save at all levels- and use rain barrels- water heads to save- wash full loads only when needed. Turn off water when shaving legs or shampooing hair- and brushing teeth,. We all use low flow toliets and dogs have a spout outside they have for fresh water- its really neat


    Low flow toilets installed in my home

  19. martiferg Says:

    To save water we all take shorter showers. We also turn off the faucet when brushing teeth.
    We have a rain barrel in the backyard that we use for watering of plants, etc.
    Try to maximize washer capacity to minimize laundry.
    Ever little bit makes a difference!

  20. martinam1952 Says:

    only do full loads of laundry,shorter showers, full loads in the dishwasher,it all adds up!TY!

  21. miriama59 Says:

    Turn the water off when brushing your teeth.

  22. ziggy Says:

    Do not leave the water running while brushing your teeth. Also, don’t leave the water running while washing your face. Get a low flow shower head. Don’t run the dishwasher or washing machine without having a full load.

  23. boofa29 Says:

    Take bathes as much as u can, instead of showers. Also turn off the water while brushing ur teeth 🙂


    We collect rainfall in buckets to water plants and flowers.

  25. testmich Says:

    Save water, shut water off while you are brushing your teeth. It doesn’t need to be running while not in use .
    Same goes with washing dishes. Wash both sides of your sink, fill up one side with soapy water wash about 10 pieces while water is off and place it on the side. Then rinse a bunch of dishes.
    Collect rain water or water that family has not finished to water plants with.
    Use a water cup with lid and get filtered pitchers instead of using water bottles.

  26. stephk83 Says:

    Turn the water off when brushing our teeth!


    Only wash clothes when there is a full load.

  28. weeziestoy Says:

    Stop leaving the water running when I brush my teeth and when I am washing dishes…

  29. redfuzzycow Says:

    take shorter showers

  30. Jennie Byrd Says:

    Installed a recirculating hot water system.

  31. tamaraben Says:

    Turn the water off while brushing teeth, run the dishwasher when it’s completely loaded, check faucet and toilet for leaks and replace fixtures

  32. shanfujinotaku Says:

    To conserve water I use a BPA free reusable water bottle, a water pitcher with filter instead of purchasing plastic jugs of water, take shorter showers, turn off the water while I’m brushing my teeth and depend on the rain to water my crops.

  33. staceybowling Says:

    I always shut off the water while I brush my teeth


    We all take shorter showers and no baths

  35. heathersweet Says:

    I already conserve water by taking 2-5 min showers!

  36. queenubian Says:

    The apartment I live in furnished us with new faucets to conserve water. I love our showerhead but not too crazy about the kitchen faucets. But they help conserve water.


    Purchased low flow toilets that work well

  38. sarasil Says:

    use a rain barrel


    We only water grass with soaker hose.

  40. sressel Says:

    I conserve water by turning off the faucet when brushing teeth, taking short showers, water only during designated days and collect rainwater for watering potted plants.

  41. Annette Says:

    I run the dishwasher/washing machine only when I have full loads.

  42. 321gem Says:

    take shorter showers by setting a timer
    use rain barrels for watering plants etc.
    thanks for the giveaway

  43. savana Says:

    turn water off while brushing ur teeth & when it doing dishes. catch rain water

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