Well, isn't this exciting, eh?  Welcome to TOOFUFU's competition page, featuring our first competition ever - a collaboration with green bae Faithful to Nature.

The kweens at FTN have kindly sponsored a bad-ass hamper of vegan goodies for TOOFUFU's woke fans. What, exactly, are these goodies? So glad you asked. We've got Oh Mega Chocolate Almond Butter, and Organic Almond Chocolate Milk Powder representing for the culinary crew.

Then we've got some low key Soylites Travel Aromatherapy Candle action happening for your next trip, and some Inthusiasm Eye Enhancer eye shadow that looks good on all skin types (and I mean all, not just 'fair' and 'medium'). Finally, FTN went and spoiled the body and skincare fans with Natracare Organic Makeup Removal Wipes (love this brand - they're ethically accredited), Hey Gorgeous Choconut Whipped Body Mousse, a Victorian Garden Sweet Verbena and Grapefruit Bath BombshellBeautiful Earth Hand Cream (buh-bye winter skin), and two bars of Angelfactory Acai Berry Facial Soap

Right? That comes to a delicious R800! Not bad for a few clicks work. Plus, I'll throw in a bunch of samples because it wouldn't be a TOOFUFU + FTN collab without them.

And to be clear - obviously you don't need to be plant-based to enter or enjoy these treats. TOOFUFU's just sending out a S/O to all my cis, trans, and gender fluid vegan brothers and sisters who haven't been able enter other giveaways because you know that ish isn't cruelty-free. Holla! 

Cool, so how do you enter? Check out the block below and you'll see a mechanism to sign up for FTN's newsletter. Once you've completed that, you'll be able to get LOADS more entries through platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Now I know some of you aren't keen on newsletters - I get you. But hear me out.

When you sign up for FTN's newsletter, you'll get a R100 voucher and a front row seat to the best green deals in town. I figured that if you were coming to this blog to enter, it's likely that you'll enjoy FTN's infrequent updates, but I also thought that if your inbox is just like, you can't even, you could register with gives its users the option to roll all their newsletters into one highlights-reel email that comes at a given time. I've set mine to once daily so things don't get too cluttered, but also so that I don't miss out on any flash sales. I've hit a pretty sweet spot.

And that's all, folks. Good luck, I'm holding thumbs!


WINAlez Odendaal