Lara’s Obsessed-With-List Sweepstakes: Spring 2020

If you’re familiar with Oxygen, you know that Editor-in-Chief Lara McGlashan shares her favorite health and fitness products in each issue. This spring, we’re giving away her top-rated fit goodies to one lucky winner! Enter for your chance to win below. 

Schaf Facial Cleanser

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Typical commercial face washes make my skin crispy and flaky, especially when I have the heat on in colder months. But this cleanser is super gentle and hydrating because it contains aloe, coconut oil and hyaluronic acid. Plus, a little goes a long way, and this 8-ounce bottle might last me until 2021! That’s a solid investment.

$40, schafskincare.com; or buy on Amazon

Good Food for Good Organic Ketchup

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I am a lifetime lover of ketchup but an avid hater of high-fructose corn syrup. A lot of “healthier” ketchups are beyond bland, but this one is sweetened with dates, is made with all organic ingredients and contains only 1 gram of natural sugar per serving. Bonus: Every time you buy a Good Food for Good product, they donate a meal to someone in need.

$6.50, thrivemarket.com or goodfoodforgood.ca; or try the sampler set on Amazon

Primal Kitchen Collagen Quench

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Thus far, powdered collagen products have mostly cruised alongside protein powders in the flavor lane, releasing the standard-issue chocolate, peanut butter and vanilla concoctions. But Primal Kitchen has a whole new line of fruity flavors that are springtime fresh and pretty tasty. Each serving offers 10 grams of collagen so you can get your grow on!

$40, primalkitchen.com; or buy on Amazon

ella+mila Soy Nail Polish Remover

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Acetone polish removers are super effective, but I always worry about how drying and caustic they are. But I love this soy-based polish remover that quickly takes off any all-natural nail polish while simultaneously conditioning your nail beds with vitamins A, C and E.

$11.50, ellamila.com; or buy on Amazon

Avana Ashbury Water Bottle

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You’d think that finding a good reusable water bottle would be simple, but there always seems to be an issue — it won’t fit into the cup holder, the large opening delivers as much water into your mouth as it does down your shirt, or it’s impossible to open and close during a workout. But Avana has figured it out with their FreeSip spout system where you can sip from the top while the bottle remains upright in the car, office or gym. 

$35 (18-oz) or $40 (24-oz), avana.com; or buy on Amazon

Safe Catch Single-Serving Pouches

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Anyone who knows me knows I hate to cook, and if there is an easy way to get fish into my diet, I am on board. Safe Catch heard my chef-impaired prayers and created the ultimate timesaving lunch fare with pre-seasoned single-serving salmon pouches. Safe Catch’s wild-caught salmon has a mercury rating 30 times lower than the Food and Drug Administration limit, and it actually packs the fish raw, then cooks it in the pouch to seal in all the good-for-you omega-3s and flavor.

$3 per pouch, safecatch.com; or buy on Amazon

Sweepstakes begins March 24, 2020.

Enter for your chance to win this Oxygen-approved prize pack:

  • Schaf Facial Cleanser ($40 value)
  • Good Food for Good Organic Ketchup ($6.50 value)
  • Primal Kitchen Collagen Quench ($40 value)
  • ella+mila Soy Nail Polish Remover ($11.50 value)
  • Avana Ashbury Water Bottle ($40 value)
  • Safe Catch Single-Serving Pouches ($36 value)

This prize bundle is worth more than $170! Complete the form below to enter.

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