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Aveda is raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

December 9, 2005

Aveda is raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation with the launch of a limited-edition Hand Relief cream in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. The hand cream, which softens and smoothes hands while diminishing the visible signs of aging, has been a top seller since its launch in 1998. Hand Relief debuts in a new 5-oz tube—a 20% increase in size-along with limited edition packaging, which features a signature Breast Cancer Awareness pink design and matching pink cap. During the month of October, $4 from the sale of each tube will be donated to breast cancer research, according to Aveda.
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