Free Eco-Friendly Nail Polish: Sneakpeeq is offering a free $10 credit when you sign up. Put your credit towards a nail polish or other cosmetic product from Beauty Without Cruelty (under Style). I chose a nail polish, which was $10 exactly. Shipping is $2, or get free shipping if you share with your Facebook friends. Nail polish is free of formaldehyde, toluene, and phthalates (probably a 3-4 on Skin Deep Database, based on ingredients). Hurry, as this sale ends in one day! (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)
Earn 85 Recyclebank Points: To celebrate Earth Day, Recyclebank has launched Passport for the Planet, where you can ultimately earn up to 500 points. Europe is the first continent to open up, and you can play to earn 85 points. Put your points towards great rewards like natural and organic coupons, free magazines subscriptions, etc.
Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $0.75/1 Cascadian Farm and another $0.85/1 Cascadian Farm, $1/4 Larabar or Jocolat, $0.75/1 Truvia Sweetener, $0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free product, $0.75/1 Sokenbicha, wide variety Stonyfield and Oikos Yogurt products (sign in required), $1/1 Aura Cacia Essential Oils, $1/1 Food Should Taste Good, various Simply Organic seasonings and baking products, $2/7 Attune Chocolate Probiotic Bars, $2/1 Yes To Carrots (over $10) and $1/1 Yes to Tomatoes (over $7), $1/1 Organic Girl produce, and $0.55/2 dozen eggs including organic (Facebook offer). (Thanks, Organic Deals and Saving Naturally!)
Free Subscription to Organic Gardening Magazine: With two UPCs from Annie’s products or receipt showing purchase of 2 products, just complete a form and send everything in to receive a free subscription to Organic Gardening magazine.
Mineral Makeup Kit $11 Shipped: Get a Perfection in 5 Mineral Makeup Kit from Smoky Mountain Minerals for just $16 on Eversave right now, or get it for only $11 (with your $5 credit) if you’re signing up for the first time.
Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school in Surrey, B.C. with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke, and with simple meal planning.