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Juara Skin care

JUARA Skincare is collaborating with Cosmetic Executive Women Foundation’s Cancer and Careers from October through December 2010. JUARA will be donating 10% of their proceeds from sales of the Turmeric Antioxidant Radiance Mask on JUARA’s online boutique to Cancer and Careers.
“We chose this mask for Breast Cancer Awareness Month because Turmeric is such a key ingredient in Indonesian herbal medicine to maintain health and well-being, says JUARA Co-Founder Metta Murdaya, a native of Indonesia. “It is drunk in daily tonics and used in beauty rituals to benefit the body in many ways, including increasing radiance of skin, balancing digestion, detoxifying your circulatory system, ridding the body of ailments, and helping it to stay strong and protected.”
To purchase JUARA’s Turmeric Antioxidant Radiance Mask and help donate to CEW Foundation’s Cancer and Careers and help support employees with cancer, visit JUARA is sold at luxury apothecaries and spas worldwide, as well as online at for more info on employees with cancer visit:

Kimara Ahnert
Kimara Ahnert Pucker Pink Ribbon Lipstick is a new shade added to the collection to help in the fight against breast cancer.  Purchase this and 15% of proceeds will be donated to the Libby Ross Foundation to help fund programs for prevention, support and research.

Price:  $24.00 at

La Natura
The soothing organics of LaNatura’s Feel Well Lavender Hand Cream can be yours. The hand cream is a natural moisturizing hand cream that repairs and renews the skin, all while providing extreme comfort, hydration and environmental protection from the sun and pollutants. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, LaNatura will donate 5 percent of the proceeds to City of Hope, an organization that benefits those affected by breast cancer. SRP: $17. Also from LaNatura is Believe By Carina, a fresh sparkling
fragrance that includes ginger, grapefruit, mandarin enhanced by amber notes to comfort the soul. Five percent of the proceeds from Believe also benefits City of Hope.


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