Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As I mentioned earlier, I'm going to be posting about products and companies that support BCA throughout the month. Here are a couple to get you started in making a difference:

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Susan Posnick Cosmetics COLORME mineral blush in Peony (a true pink) will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which provides educational programs and mammograms for women who are not able to afford them. Founder and CEO Susan Posnick is herself a cancer survivor, having had skin cancer on her face, and the entire makeup line was built on the principles of health and prevention, using only the highest quality ingredients. To purchase, visit susanposnick.com.

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Look good and do good with SKINEEZ SKINCAREWEAR, a new line of garments that help you lose inches and reduce the appearance of cellulite just by wearing them. The company is dedicated to women's health issues, donating a portion of every sale to Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps, a non-profit organization that provides free health care to the uninsured. In this case, the money covers the cost of mammograms for women in need. Each SKINEEZ Skincarewear package contains information on maintaining good breast health, including self-exams and regular check-ups. SKINEEZ products are currently on sale at Macy's. —Lori Morris, Senior Editor

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