Written by Michelle Kretzer
skin. Need I say more? While alligators have qualities that I admire—they're family-oriented and great swimmers—I don't enjoy it when my skin feels like one.
folks at Brooklyn's Metropolis
Soap Company (a fave of Zooey Deschanel) are sending three lucky
PETA Files readers the cure for the winter-skin blues: the reader's choice of
one of seven superb body
scrubs that not only exfoliate
the alligator skin but also moisturize with a hint of shea butter.
scrub is made from natural ingredients such as real fruit, flowers, sugar, and
salt, with no parabens or sulfates. And the best part is that they're all vegan
and cruelty-free, so they don't hurt
alligators or any other animals.
enter, just post a comment telling us which of the scentsational
scrubs you'd like to have
delivered to your door, and three winners will be chosen at random.
a while, crocodile!
Because of shipping requirements, people living only
within the 48 continental United States are eligible to win. Three winners will
be chosen at random from the animal-friendly comments that are submitted. The
contest will end on March 6, 2012, and we'll contact the winners by March 14,
2012. Be sure to read our privacy
policy and terms and conditions, as you're agreeing to
both by commenting. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.
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