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NATURAL WONDER

he natural beauty movement is a rapidly growing offshoot of the global wellness phenomenon. More than ever, we’re conscious of what we’re putting into our bodies, on our skin and down our drains. “I think I’ve been a part of this shift for a while now,” says Australian model and Endota ambassador Robyn Lawley. “I love believing in the natural world; I think that’s where an abundance of beauty lies.” From powerful plant alternatives to eliminating toxins and lowering stress, this is your

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