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Oct022006

Pink Ribbon Nail Polish

How about a Pink Ribbon in the form of Nail Polish?


bca_essie_a.jpgThis year, Essie Cosmetics offers two products in support of Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

During October, a percentage of proceeds from two limited edition Essie products will be donated to The Libby Ross Foundation. The Libby Ross Foundation will use the contribution to aid in their mission: to make a significant difference in the lives of women afflicted with breast cancer through unique support programs as well as seeking to help eradicate the disease through research and early detection.

bca_essie_b.jpgThe products:
Pink Ribbon nail polish: a pretty soft pink shade of nail polish with a touch of shimmer. $8
Pink Ribbon mini duo: a mini bottle of Pink Ribbon nail polish adorably packaged together with a pink-tinted crystal nail file, the essential manicure tool. $12.99

To purchase, visit essie.com or call 800-232-1155 for selected specialty retailers and fine salons.

About the foundation: Founded in 1999, in memory of Elizabeth "Libby" Ross, who lost her battle with breast cancer on July 24, 1998, The Libby Ross Foundation is a New York based not-for-profit organization run by young professionals. Their mission is to make a significant difference in the fight against breast cancer through development and funding of programs for outreach and support as well as treatment and research. It is the Foundation's goal to become a national advocate in the fight against breast cancer.

 

Reader Comments (2)

The little set would make a great gift!
Hey Teri, I think its great that you are featuring breast cancer fundraising products all month! I'm going to try to highlight as much as I can on both my blogs.

My husband's aunt has breast cancer, his grandmother passed away from it, my girlfriend is a survivor and another friend's mom passed away last year from it.

We all know at least one person affected by this disease. :(

~Shannon

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