GIVING BACK WHAT WE TAKE
We are so excited to share this opportunity with you!
On behalf of the planet we love, SKINDICA has partnered with Tree Sisters and has embedded ecological restoration into every transaction! In recognizing the global decline of tropical rain forests and the direct effect this has on ecosystems and endangered species, we are committed to replenishing and restoring our planet.
With every product purchased, SKINDICA will donate the planting of a tree! Become part of our growing reforestation effort, initiated automatically by every purchase, or by making a donation today, and help create a positive impact toward climate change. Click the "FIND OUT MORE" button to join us by donating to SKINDICAS FOREST, or learn more by visiting www.treesisters.org.
DID YOU KNOW
*Deforestation accounts for 25% of global carbon emissions caused from human activities?
*Rainforests are the lungs of the planet?
*Tropical forest restoration can provide up to 50% of the global warming solution over the next 50 crucial years?
Join us as we begin our journey as an environmentally conscious, earth loving brand.
Trees for Transactions will provide the greatest impact for our joint effort and committment to give back what we take.
SKINDICA thanks you for your continued support and reforestation conscious purchases!
HOW DOES OUR FOREST GROW?
From growing forests to protect endangered species in Brazil, restoring mangroves in Madagascar, replenishing the watershed in Mt. Kenya, reforesting burnt lands in India or the forests in Cameroon to protect the gorillas, Tree Sisters is empowering a network of women around the world!
Skindicas Forest will grow in Brazil in the Atlantic rainforest, in the region of Pontal do Paranapanema, where only 3% of the original forest remains. The trees Skindica will fund play a vital role, sequestering atmospheric carbon dioxide which drives climate change. Reforestation will stabilize and nourish soil, restore watersheds and revitalize dry springs. In addition, this will rebuild the habitat for the remaining jaguars and other endangered species of the region.
Visit our facebook page "Just Say Yes"
and watch our forest grow!