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

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

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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