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Shop For a Cause!

Check out this roundup of pampering products that donate money back to a breast cancer charity. Shopping for a good cause… What could be better?  :)

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Sweet Grass Farm Hope, Courage & Faith Fragrance Stick Set: like a beautiful bouquet of flowers–your eye is drawn to this ensemble. Carnation and Pink Peppercorn Fragrance begins with a heady burst of spicy carnation, with light notes of pepperberry. Long lasting, yet soft and steady, the fragrance is a gentle reminder of hope for those touched by Breast Cancer. Year round Sweet Grass Farm will support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by donating 10% of the proceeds for each sale of its Hope, Courage & Faith Fragrance Stick Set to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. (SRP $29.95)

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Keep Calm and Carry On Poster: Perfect for any room in the house! Available in red/white, sea green, baby pink, sky blue, and charcoal. 1/2″ wide, wood frame with plexiglas and poster. Screen printed by hand on high quality 170gm fine paper with a matte finish. Imported from England. Framed poster: 17 1/2 x 24 3/4. Frame available in black or white. $5.00 of each poster sale will be donated to the Israel Cancer Research Fund. (Poster: $20.00, Framed: $124.00)

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CURLS: CURLS is proud to help the fight against breast cancer by introducing an exclusive breast cancer awareness package for October 2009. 20% of sales for the month will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The package contains two of CURLS’ best selling “cocktail” inspired products in a special pink CURLS bag to show support for the cause. ($34.00)

  • Quenched Curls Moisturizer: Give your curls just what they need, moisture! Use daily or alone as a second day curl refresher or under any CURLS styler for curl prepping. It’s like “underwear for your hair.”
  • Curl Gel-les’c (Curl Jealousy): It isn’t a gel, and not quite a serum. This styler imparts brilliant sheen, banishes frizz, and holds those twirls in place. Create enviable curls!

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