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Paris, France

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Zion National Park, Utah

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Colombia

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Based on the 5,000 year-old science of Ayurveda, Sahajan's line of incredibly effective skincare relies on time tested practices and historically high performing ingredients to deliver something really special to our daily beauty regime. Their Beauty Oil is a transformative facial saver that locks in hydration and instantaneously quenches and plumps dry and damaged skin. It features a wildly-moisturizing blend of oils—Moringa, Hemp seed, and Frankincense—that contain over 90 nutrients and vitamins for a healthy, glowing dewy finish. Available below.

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On April 27, 2007, a shipment of 150 boxes of Indian mangoes arrived at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York in what The New York Times described as “probably the most eagerly anticipated fruit delivery ever.” This shipment was the result of years of maneuvering and lobbying efforts that went straight to the top; even then-president George W. Bush had been plied with an Indian mango sample. The importation of Indian mangoes into the US had been officially banned since 1989, ostensibly due to concerns over pests that might have spread to American crops. Even before the ban, mango shipments from India had been vanishingly rare.

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