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Pomega to Support BCA

August 19, 2010

In October and November, 10% of sales will be donated to cause.

Biodynamic and organic skin care line Pomega will be donating 10% of proceeds from sales of all Pomega5 products in October (BCA Month) and November (Pomegranate Month) to the CA-based To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation.

The Pomega5 products feature potent natural ingredients like pomegranate seed oil/CLnA, which has been shown to stimulate cell production and promote regeneration of the epidermis, according to the company. Multiple studies demonstrate the efficacy of pomegranate seed oil in treating multiple diseases, including breast, prostate and skin cancer.

To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation is a volunteer organization that works to increase awareness about Breast Cancer, offers financial help to those living with the disease and provides grants for early detection screening, support programs and educational services.

More info:http://pomega5.com/
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