October 19 is the International Day to Fight Breast Cancer, so many companies and brands during October find the ideal month to support breast cancer prevention campaigns.
On this occasion, Origins joins the hope for a world free of breast cancer with its mask Drink Up limited edition in its deluxe size.
In support of the Breast Cancer Campaign of The Estée Lauder Companies, Origins will give 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the Drink Up Intensive Mask de 100ml and it will be delivered to the FUCAM Foundation, an institution that has developed a comprehensive strategy with education and promotion programs on timely detection and an accurate diagnosis.
Drink Up Intensive Mask It is an ultra-hydrating mask, which is recommended to be used two to three times a week for 10 minutes. You will notice an instant hydration that lasts 24 hours.
Infused with glacier water, hyaluronic acid and apricot, this hydrating face mask instantly soothes thirsty skin and hydrates the driest areas.
Origins was founded in 1990 with the challenging mission of creating a brand that values and respects the well-being of the skin and the planet, always looking for the most powerful ingredients of nature. That’s why Origins identifies safe alternatives and uses groundbreaking science to unleash and deliver transformative results.
Since its inception, the brand has looked to trees for inspiration, moved by their wisdom and by their ability to maintain and regenerate, millennia after millennia, providing what is essential to live, that is why it set out to make decisions that give back to nature.
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