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Our Winner is Karissa Johnson from Edmonton, Alberta! 

Thank you to everyone who participated in the contest. We were blown away by all of the amazing entries. 

When it comes to understanding ingredients found in personal care products, it's tough to tell the good from the bad. But you're a sly fox that can't be tricked! Hunt for the common culprits in the products around you and submit photos of what you find for a chance to win a Toxin-Free Starter Kit & Free Day Cream for a year!

Follow along on our 5-week challenge - the more you play, the more chances you have to win. Sign into the contest app below to see all the ways to enter.

Week 5 challenge: Aluminum Compounds - You might be swiping your armpits with the same stuff that goes into making pots and pans.Aluminum Compounds are a common active ingredient in conventional deodorants that work by blocking sweat glands to keep the pores from perspiring.   Week 4 challenge: SLS - Easy to hunt for. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a common ingredient in many soap-type products for its ability to produce a rich lather. But there are a few reasons to question whether or not the lather is worth it.   Week 3 Challenge: Tricolsan - an extremely powerful antibacterial agent and preservative used in soaps and hand sanitizers. Classified as a pesticide by the FDA and a probable carcinogen.  Week 2 Challenge: Fragrance - 'fragrance, 'parfum' or 'perfume' is a catch-all term companies use to protect a proprietary blend. problem is they may contain phthalates or other undesirable ingredients.   Week 1 Challenge: Oxybenzone - found in chemical sunscreens. Known to disrupt normal hormone production and dangerous to coral reefs.     

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