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Next time you forget your toiletries in your haste getting ready for a flight out of SFO—or if those meanies at security made you toss out your full-sized moisturizer—fret not, at least if you're in terminal 3 (and assuming you have enough time for a little shopping pre-boarding). 100% Pure, an all-natural skincare and make-up line created by the daughter of a Geisha, has opened up shop at San Francisco's national airport.
The San Jose-based brand counts Eva Mendes as a devotee and has been featured in numerous fashion mags for using fruit pigments and other natural ingredients and being completely free of synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, and petro chemicals. Even the packaging is 100% recyclable and biodegradable materials. But don't worry, if terminal 3, area F, gate 74 isn't the most convenient location for you, 100% Pure also has storefronts in Berkeley, San Jose and West Hollywood.
· 100% Pure [Official Site]