Eminence Organic Skin Care ‘Forests for the Future’ Initiative & The Gilded Pear

Eminence Organic Skin Care has initiated a green factor project called Forests for the Future where every single retail purchase leads to the planting of new trees. As of March 31, 2016, Eminence has planted 5,000,000 as a result of the project and 1,978 of those trees were planted because of The Gilded Pear and our amazing customers. Your purchases of Eminence’s exceptional skincare products mean that we get to help give back to the environment which gives so freely to us.


Read more about the Forests for the Future initiative below:

Through our ongoing partnership with award-winning global tree planting organization Trees for the Future, we are planting trees in developing countries throughout the world including Burundi, Uganda, Ghana and Tanzania. In Africa, agroforestry provides families with the education and tools to create their own tree nurseries. The profits allow them to support their basic needs, while also benefitting the environment and fighting deforestation.

In Kokerie, Tanzania, the agroforestry education allowed one family to start their own tree nursery, generating enough profit to maintain their daily needs and keep their two girls, Rosemary and Heavenlight, in school.

Because we plant a tree every time you purchase one of our retail products, Éminence has planted 5 million trees so far!  As the first and only skin care brand ever to plant 5 million trees and to celebrate this amazing achievement – as well as bring awareness to why planting trees is such an important cause – both our company and Trees For The Future recently released inspiring videos. Watch below:

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