I promise to unplug my appliances, use natural face scrubs to avoid contaminated the sea, will not use products tested on animals. I’ll also frequently ride my bike to reduce air pollution.

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Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to unplug my appliances, use natural face scrubs to avoid contaminated the sea, will not use products tested on animals. I’ll also frequently ride my bike to reduce air pollution.

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