Our products contain USDA Certified Organic and Fair-Trade Ugandan “Nilotica” (NILE-ot-i-kah), a rare relative of shea that delivers superior hydrating and healing benefits to skin. We employ low-income women in the Nile River Valley to harvest, produce and export Nilotica, empowering them with fair-wage, dignified work.
Designed exclusively for LXMI, this double-ended copper wand adds a new level of luxury to your skincare routine. The black, flat end keeps your LXMI products fresh and contamination-free, while the round, copper end depuffs and revitalizes skin by stimulating circulation.
While the cardiovascular system pumps blood through blood vessels, the lymphatic system, centered around the cervical lymph nodes, moves lymph fluid through muscle tissue, to aid the body in removing waste and toxins. Part of our immune system, it also scans against bacteria and viruses. Due to factors such as aging, lifestyle and overall health, this flow can become congested, leading to toxin and fluid build-up, skin puffiness, and a weakened immune system.
Use the cooling copper ball tip to distribute cream across your skin and do a quick and relaxing lymphatic face massage to boost circulation and help strengthen the system to release tension, improve elasticity, reduce inflammation, and enhance natural glow. We especially love using the copper wand around our eyes, jawline and even sinuses on stuffy days.
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“An audacious, inspiring, and practical book about how to drive meaningful change. Leila shows how it’s possible to build a successful business that lifts people out of poverty—not by giving them money but by giving them work. It’s required reading for anyone who’s passionate about solving real problems.” —Adam Grant, author of Give and Takeand Originals;coauthor (with Sheryl Sandberg) of Option B
Give Work by LXMI and Samasource Founder Leila Janah describes how to use work, rather than aid, to address poverty in poor parts of Africa, Asia, and the United States.
Despite trillions of dollars in aid, 2.8 billion people worldwide still struggle in abject poverty. Yet the world’s richest countries continue to send money—mostly to governments—targeting the symptoms, rather than the root causes of poverty. We need a better solution.
Janah has tested variousGive Workbusiness models in all corners of the world. She shares poignant stories of people who have benefited from Samasource’s work, where and why it hasn’t worked, and offers a blueprint to fight poverty with an evidence-based, economically sustainable model.
This book shares lessons for social entrepreneurs and others looking to make a difference in their careers with practical, real-world examples.
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