October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. After startling statistics revealed COVID-19 pandemic related closures of BreastScreen clinics across Australia led to a 98 percent fall in check-ups, it’s more important than ever to raise awareness.
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That very data formed the basis of this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness theme: Rise.
“The past year has posed a challenge to just about everything, and breast cancer prevention is no exception. Although we saw setbacks in screenings and early detection, we’re rising to the challenge together,” the official site reads.
The skincare brand has 2 bundles with pink terry toweling scrunchies made with 100% cotton, with $10 from each bundle going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation on sale from Oct 4th. They’re also doing a limited edition pink tube of their best-selling cream.