I have been on a mission to buy Pink Ribbon products this month (Breast Cancer Awareness Month). So far here’s what I picked up…
1. Joico K-Pak Intense Hydrator Treatment for Dry, Damaged Hair – Pink Ribbon Edition 250ml
I bought this from FeelUnique.com. It was €14.88 / £11.90 including delivery.
2. Essie Pretty Pink Polish- Essie.com
3. Sephora Dramatic Lashes Eyelash Curler $16 from Sephora
4. Stila Positive and Pretty Palette (I bought this one as a gift) $14 from Stilacosmetics.com
Have you any more recommendations?
You can make a donation to ActionBreast Cancer here. It’s such an important cause.
We love Lush soap but this one is for a really important cause.
Buy one of Lush’s limited edition Japan Aid soaps (€5.00) and all proceeds go to the relief effort in Japan
Here’s what Lush have to say…
“We were heartbroken to see the pictures of devastation from Japan and we know that we’re not the only ones. For Lush it is very personal, as we have 145 shops in Japan and a factory – with 1,600 staff. Some of these staff and their families have lost everything.
You can help by buying some of our limited edition Japan Aid soap (€5.00) and, just like our Charity Pot scheme, all the proceeds except the VAT will go directly towards the relief effort in Japan.
We are working with a charity called Peace Boat (www.peaceboat.org <http://www.peaceboat.org> ), who is organising teams of volunteers, transporting aid goods and cooking hot meals in the disaster zone. Despite their efforts, it is hard to keep up with the queues of people needing food and help. All the money raised in the UK from the sales of this limited edition Japan Aid soap (€5.00) will go directly to Peace Boat, to help them help more people. Your support can make such a difference.
Shaped like the Japanese flag, this limited edition soap will soften your skin and leave it scented with the popular tropical coconut fragrance of I Should Coco.
We have made enough to raise £50,000 in the UK & Ireland and $80,000 in North America (money will go to another aid agency). Some of the money will also go to animal rescue organisations”.
This is a great way to do out bit for Japan. I hope that you’ll join me.