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Burton’s Girls Talk Winter Skin Savers

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Burton is pretty much the destination for snowboarding aficionados. Part of the brand’s appeal is its epic roster of pro riders and slopes-loving notables that swear by its boards and gear. Now, the company is taking its unique community viral. Later this month, the winter-sports giant will launch a new women’s lifestyle microsite, Burtongirls.com, with fashion, travel, food, and beauty contributions from the likes of Joy Bryant, Noot Seear, and even Ina Garten, a.k.a. the Barefoot Contessa. When we caught up with Olympic gold medalist snowboarder and Burtongirls.com contributor Hannah Teter at last night’s launch party at Milk studios, conversation turned to skincare. Teter, who spends her time chasing winter from Utah to Vermont to New Zealand, is strongly averse to sunscreen due to its “toxicity and cancer-causing potential,” she says. What does the Burton team member swear by for keeping her skin hydrated and chap-free while she shreds? The vegan product line Veija Organics—plus sleep, lots of water, and keeping most of her face covered while she’s on the mountain. The routine is working for the 24-year-old; Teter smoldered in a recent issue of Sports Illustrated, wearing just a bikini and snow boots. For Burton global director Anne-Marie Dacyshyn, it’s all about lip protection and sunblock. “The Burton girls are lucky because our owners, Jake and Donna, always travel with a bag of Shiseido skin products and they crack it open and dole them out to us. But we also go for basics like Dermatone and Vaseline in the blue tin.”

Photo: Billy Farrel Agency

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  1. Ooonga says:

    Do you have a website for Veija Organics? I Googled it, but nothing comes up.

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