Fall is such a beautiful time of the year. It’s time to look forward to cooler weather, fall festivals, and the holidays. Also, October kicks off the start of the annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, which is an event that’s very meaningful to me. I am a fifteen-year survivor myself. It’s inspiring to see all the breast cancer support organizations that are working hard to bring an end to this dreaded disease. You can moisturize for a great cause with the Clinique Great Skin, Great Cause Set.
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What It Is
The Great Skin, Great Cause Set is a 2-piece set. It consists of a jumbo size (6.7 oz.) bottle of the cult-favorite Dramatically Different Moisturizer Lotion. Additionally, the offer includes a limited edition of a glitter pink key chain. This set retails for $39.00
In support of the Estee Lauder Companies Breast Cancer campaign, Clinique will donate $10.00 from each purchase of the Great Skin Great Cause Set to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation from September 15, 2019, through June 30, 2020.
This moisturizer is a dermatologist-developed, buttery yellow lotion for dry to dry combination skin. It softens skins and hydrates all day, is quickly absorbed, and goes on smoothly, without leaving a greasy feel. You can use it twice a day, morning and night, after cleansing. This product doesn’t contain parabens, phthalates, fragrance, SLS, SLES, or sulfates.
For me, this pretty keychain stands as a reminder to do a monthly breast exam, and never to miss the yearly mammogram.
The BCR Foundation
The Breast Cancer Reseach Foundation was founded in 1993 by the late Evelyn H. Lauder (daughter-in-law of the famous Estee Lauder). It has raised more than half a billion dollars for breast cancer research, education, and assistance. Their goal is to speed up the breakthroughs. Thus bringing us closer to a cure, and improve the quality of life for patients.
Breast Cancer is now the most common cancer of women in the US. Most of us have been touched by this disease in some way, whether by a family member or friend. About 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. However, deaths are decreasing. The decrease is thought to be a result of early detection, improved treatments, and awareness.
The hope and search and for a cure goes on. More research is crucial. Please join in and help support the breast cancer awareness campaign this month.
Thanks for reading today. I hope you have a great weekend and get to enjoy some cooler fall weather.