The in­gre­di­ents in your beauty prod­ucts that have more Air Miles than you.

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THE OCEAN Red al­gae sourced from Brit­tany, France, works to hy­drate skin by stim­u­lat­ing the pro­duc­tion of our body’s own hyaluronic acid. Tata Harper Re­defin­ing Body Balm ($124)

THE PLAINS This spray con­tains a wave­mak­ing mix of sugar and 400-year-old pink sea salt mined 3,000 feet be­low ground in Saskatchewan. Cake Satin Sugar Su­garIn­fused Tex­tur­iz­ing Beach Spray ($24)

THE SA­VAN­NAH The oil in this treat­ment was har­vested from seeds of wild marula trees grow­ing on sa­van­nahs in North­ern Namibia, Swaziland and Mada­gas­car. Maru­laOil Rare Oil Treat­ment ($51)

THE MOUN­TAINS The higher moun­tain re­gions of Mace­do­nia pro­vide the skin-bright­en­ing daisy ex­tract in Burt’s Bees Bright­en­ing Dark Spot Cor­rec­tor with Daisy Ex­tract ($30).

THE AMA­ZON Dragon’s blood, the name for the red sap of the Cro­ton lech­leri tree, is na­tive to the Ama­zon rain­for­est and gives this cleanser its sooth­ing ef­fect. Su-Man Pu­ri­fy­ing Cleans­ing Gel Oil ($79.60). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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