Beauty brands Frownies, MICHAEL TODD BEAUTY, C.O. Bigelow Apothecaries have all joined the fight against breast cancer during the entire month of October. Each company is committed to donating portions of profits made from the sale of highlighted beauty products to cancer research around the country.
For Your Skin
Frownies vintage pink joins the fight against breast cancer with the sale of facial patches that help vanish wrinkles on the corners of your eyes and mouth. During October, Frownies is offering 50% off this anti-aging treatment and will donate 10% of the profits to the Independent Cancer Research Foundation.
Made with 100% natural and skin-friendly ingredients, — no artificial fragrances, synthetic chemicals, toxic preservatives or other unsafe ingredients — these highly effective patches are comfortable, easy-to-apply, and work overnight to create healthy, smooth skin. Each box comes with 144 nourishing, potent and all natural anti-aging patches and is packaged in beautiful, soft pink box.
MICHAEL TODD BEAUTY will donate 10% from the purchases of their PINK bundle which features their best sellers – SoniCLEAR Elite and SonicBLEND sonic makeup brush. The donation will be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Michael Todd Beauty is the inventor behind the world’s first and only antimicrobial sonic cleansing and makeup brushes. The brand combines best of nature and science, offering a wide range of beauty tools as well as effective skincare formulations.
For Your Home
C.O. Bigelow Apothecaries will donate 10% of all sales of their Freesia Candle to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) – a leading organization that fights breast cancer by advancing promising research around the world.
Freesia – one of the brand’s most popular perfume oils inspired this soft, floral scent that features a heart of tart quince, jasmine, pink freesia and tender muguet. The feminine and uplifting power of this candle honors the spirit of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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