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Farmhouse Fresh Announces Skincare Collab With the Smurfs

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FarmHouse Fresh, a leading farm-grown skincare company focusing on high-nutrition ingredients and potent botanical extracts grown daily through sustainable hydroponic farming, has partnered with The Smurfs to launch a 6-piece, limited-edition skincare collection. FarmHouse Fresh has committed $1 from the sale of each product to the FHF “Smurfy Ever After Animal Rescue Project” to help urgent animal cases nationwide.  Through batch codes on the packaging, customers will be able to learn the stories of the animals directly benefitting from their skincare purchase and follow their healing journeys.

This new collection features products infused with FarmHouse Fresh’s hydroponically-grown botanical microgreens, exotic blue plants like blue tansy, blue borage oil, and blue lotus flower, and fresh organic fruits from local farms.

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Available online and at FarmHouse Fresh spa and retail partners across the U.S., the launch also features 7 charitable FHF x Smurfs collectibles (T-shirt, silk scarves, trucker hat, jumbo stickers, keychains and mugs) that donate 100% of profits to the FHF Smurfy Ever After Animal Rescue Project. Additionally, thousands of spas, hotels and resorts will be offering exclusive Smurf-tacular treatments and blue-themed launch parties. Early spa visitors will be treated to collectible gifts, including cosmetic bags with a FHF x Smurf Village Silk Scarf.

Shannon McLinden, CEO and Founder of FarmHouse Fresh, expressed her enthusiasm: “The Smurfs have always been close to our hearts, and this collaboration encapsulates the perfect blend of nostalgia and our commitment to animal welfare. Our customers, many of whom grew up watching the Smurfs and collecting the figurines, are giddy about trying a Smurfberry Jam facial mask, Smurfcake Moon Dip and the entire collection!”

“This collaboration was perfectly aligned with our ‘Rescue for 2’ mission – rescuing complexions and animals in need,” said McLinden. One dollar of every jar from this collection is going to the FHF Smurfy Ever After Animal Rescue Project to save, rehabilitate, and heal neglected animals. The project, which has committed a minimum of $50,000, benefits a coalition of 9 nonprofit rescue organizations across the country that will be helping urgent animals in need.