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Much like the power of the flower from which this magical product's hero extract is derived, Herbivore Botanicals Orchid Facial Oil leaves your skin beautifully soft with day-long majesticism. A delicate blend created for each and every skin type, this Oil features Orchid extract, precious Jasmine Sambac, and Japanese Camellia Flower Oil – a combination that defends against free radicals, encourages elasticity, and feeds the skin with beneficial vitamins and fatty acids. All natural and all-round incredible; pick one up below.

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In May, 2017, a twenty-two-year-old Dutch entrepreneur named Boyan Slat unveiled a contraption that he believed would rid the oceans of plastic. In a former factory in Utrecht, a crowd of twelve hundred people stood before a raised stage. The setting was futuristic and hip. A round screen set in the stage floor displayed 3-D images of Earth; behind Slat, another screen charted the rapid accumulation of plastic in the Pacific Ocean since the nineteen-fifties. Slat is pale and slight, and has long brown hair that resembles Patti Smith’s in the “Horses” era. He was dressed in a gray blazer, a black button-down, black slacks, and skateboarding sneakers, which he wears every day, although he doesn’t skateboard.

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