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Showing posts with label Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show all posts

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Pink October by Glamulet

September 26, 2015 0 Comments
Hello everyone!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.  Breast cancer is the second most common cause of cancer in women around the world.  Breast Cancer NowUK's leading breast cancer research charity, has revealed its ambitious (but not impossible) goal of preventing women from dying of the illness by 2050. - Watch the video below:  

Glamulet are launching their Pink October Campaign to make this a reality.

Glamulet is a jewellery brand that specializes in Charms.  Glamulet designs, manufactures and sells a wide range of modern and quality Charms that make possible to create a unique Bracelet.  Most of these Charms are made of 925 sterling Silver, Swarovski crystals, Murano glass and various kinds of man-made & natural stones.


#GlamuletPinkOctober is a campaign that aims to raise awareness to prevent breast cancer.  Pink Limited Edition Charms were created to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.  For every charm you buy, you are donating 50% of the sales to a charity fund for breast cancer.

Everyone can easily join the fight against breast cancer by adding these Pink Charms to their bracelets.  Your support makes a difference!

C/O Glamulet

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Quiz: How much do you know about cosmetics?

October 09, 2014 0 Comments
Hello everyone!

On Wednesday, October 1st, I blogged about carcinogenic ingredients found in P&G beauty products in a posed titled,  Tell P&G to remove cancer-causing chemicals from cosmetics!  If you have not yet signed the petition, please do so now! 

If you want to test your knowledge of toxic chemicals in make-up and personal care products you can take the Safe Cosmetics Quiz created by The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a project of The Breast Cancer Fund.

So, how many questions did you answer correctly?

I got a perfect score! :)

Share your results in the comment section below.

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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Tell P&G to remove cancer-causing chemicals from cosmetics!

October 01, 2014 0 Comments
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.  Unfortunately a great amount of beauty products still contain cancer-causing ingredients.   

Even the lowest levels of carcinogenic chemicals, can be very harmful when found in products used every day like; make-up, skincare and hair products.

I just signed an online petition asking Mr A.G Lafleythe Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of P&G, to remove cancer-causing chemicals from cosmetics.  Keep reading to find out more about this campaign!

"The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics found cancer-causing chemicals in a number of cosmetics made by Procter & Gamble (P&G), including their Cover Girl blushes, mascara and eye shadows, Olay anti-aging creams, Max Factor mascara, and more.

Even P&G’s Pantene Beautiful Lengths Finishing Crème – which is marketed with a pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness – contains a chemical linked to cancer!

Carcinogens have no place in anyone’s beauty routine.  Even low levels of cancer chemicals add up to real harm when they are found in products used every day, from shampoos and other hair products, creams, blushes, and nail polish.

P&G can and already does make personal care products without toxic chemicals linked to cancer.  P&G can become a leader and a true champion for women’s health by making cosmetics without cancer the new industry standard."

Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a broad-based coalition, housed at the Breast Cancer Fund, working to clean up the beauty aisle through public advocacy and market campaigns designed to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to cancer, 
reproductive harm and other adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.

Please, take a minute of your time to tell P&G to remove cancer-causing chemicals from cosmetics!  Take action!