Products that Give Back

In the October issue of American Spa, we featured a wide range of spa and wellness companies that are doing their part to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's a look at some additional products that give back:

Company: Aviva Labs

Product: Inspires Velvet Soft Moisturizing Crème

Charity: A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Contact: www.avivalabs.com

 

Company: Dermelect
Product: ‘ME’ Anti-Aging Polish in Provocative
Charity: 30 percent of net proceeds sold during the month of October will go to CEW Cancer and Careers.

Contact: www.dermelect.com

 

Company: Everyday Minerals
Product: Between You & Me Lip Balm
Charity: During the month of October, 100 percent of all sales will be donated to the American Breast Cancer Foundation.

Contact: www.everydayminerals.com

 

Company: Fake Bake

Product: Self-Tanning Set

Charity: $1 for every set sold will be donated to the Noreen Fraser Foundation.

Contact: www.fakebake.com

 

Company: Gloprofessional

Product: Glominerals WildBloom Eye Shadow Trio

Charity: A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Contact: www.gloprofessional.com

 

Company: Hellomellow
Product: Balance Line
Charity: 5 percent of sales from the line will be donated to Boarding 4 Breast Cancer’s Survivorship Fund.

Contact: www.hellomellow.com

 

Company: KeratinPerfect
Product: Bedazzled Brush
Charity: 20 percent from each sale will be made to Think Pink.

Contact: www.keratinperfect.com

 

Company: Mama Mio

Product: Boob Tube Bust & Neck Firmers

Charity: The company is setting aside 1,000 30 ml Boob Tube Bust & Neck Firmers, which include the American Cancer Society's most recent instructions on how to perform a breast self exam.

Contact: www.mamamio.com

 

Company: Suki Skincare

Product: Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser

Charity: 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Action.

Contact: www.sukiskincare.com

 

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