Breast Cancer Awareness Beauty: Save The Tatas With The Pink Mask!

100% of profits of the Jillian Wright Pink Mask will go to breast cancer research.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full swing and we love how the beauty industry always gets behind the cause in a big way, introducing products that not only make you feel and look incredible, but also raise money to find a cure. Here’s what’s at the top of our breast cancer awareness beauty shopping list this year: the new Jillian Wright Breast Cancer Awareness Apothecary Pink Mask. Handmade from the new Apothecary Bar in the Jillian Wright Clinical Skin Spa, nestled in a townhouse on New York City’s Upper East Side, the Pink Apothecary Mask is organic, vegan, raw, chemical-free, non-GMO, gluten free—and 100% of the proceeds go to Breast Cancer Fund during the month of October.

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As you can see from the ingredient list below, anyone who’s mindful of using chemical-free, holistic products, such as someone undergoing cancer treatments or watching a loved one suffer through the misery of battling cancer, can feel totally safe and assured about using this gem of a mask. It’s great for all skin types, giving your skin a deep clean and boosting hydration and radiance.

Here’s the ingredient list:

Rose Clay:  Also known as pink clay, this mild kaolin clay gently cleanses and exfoliates the skin while improving the skin’s circulation.
Rose Absolute Essential Oil: Besides smelling amazing, this nourishing oil has relaxing, soothing, and balancing skin properties.
Oatmeal: This natural skincare staple is popular for it’s soothing benefits, great for treating irritated, sensitive skin.
100% Wild Crafted Acerola Cherry: This natural antioxidant is packed with Vitamin C—even more than an orange!
Blueberry: This antioxidant neutralizes free radicals, improves capillary integrity, and helps to stabilizes the collagen matrix.
Green Tea: Especially great for acne, green tea has major antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Aloe: Soothes irritated, red skin.
Japanese Honeysuckle:  A natural plant-based preservative.

If you keep it refrigerated, it’ll last for a few months.

Get It Now: Jillian Wright Breast Cancer Awareness Apothecary Pink Mask, $40, or watch them whip it up for you at the spa.

WORDS: Rachel Hayes

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  • Catherine Jones

    Wow this is an amazing idea, and for such a good cause! Aloe is perfect for most things and I swear by it plus the rose clay and oatmeal sound divine! I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for such an interesting section.

  • Jane Ballman

    This mask sounds amazing. I think I would love anything with rose clay and rose oil. All of these are such great organic ingredients. I love the idea of an apothecary custom mask bar. Is it possible to visit the custom bar without getting a facial?

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