eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection

The eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection($9.99) is a limited edition set in shades of Breast Awareness’ signature pink that’s really worth getting.

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eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection

It contains 3 eos products that you will love! There’s a LE Strawberry Sorbet Smooth STICK Lip Balm! A stick! From eos! It’s only available in this collection too.

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eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection

You also get a Pomegranate Raspberry Smooth Sphere Lip Balm, and a Berry Blossom Hand Lotion, which has a sweet berry floral scent that’s kind of perfect for fall.

All of eos products are paraben and gluten free, and their lip balms are 100% natural and USDA certified organic.

But the BEST part about the eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection is that 100% of net profits are donated to the Canadian Cancer Society! 100%. That means ALL THE MONEY. I love this so much! Most brands don’t do that, so this is a great way to really help the fight against breast cancer.
You can find the eos Feel Good Do Good 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection at Shopper’s Drug Mart, Loblaws, Target, Walmart, Giant Tiger, Rexall, Sobeys, and Lawtons.

I can’t really think of any other breast cancer awareness products that donate 100% of the profits to the fight, can you? If you know of any please tell us!

 

  • Hey Tracy, I’m with you! I hate it when companies say “a percentage of the proceeds.” That’s just not enough! I feel that in this case, the consumers’ goodwill are simply taken advantage of.

    I know that Bodhi & Birch is donating ALL proceeds from their Rosa Rosa Special Edition Skincare Set, and Rouge Bunny Rouge is also donating ALL proceeds from their eyeshadow palette. I think these are the companies that deserve real support!

    • I agree! I think it’s kind of shady to be honest. if you wanna help, then HELP.
      Good for those two companies! That shows real compassion!

      • Hey Tracy, sorry but I double-checked. RBR donates 50% of the retail price instead of all proceeds. Still, that’s generous? I don’t know how much it costs to actually make the palette though. Pretty sure I don’t actually want to know haha

      • LOL Sunny! 50% is better than other brands still, so very commendable I’d say! Thanks for checking!

  • 100% is good. That’s really admirable – none of this $1.00 per item or 1% of profits type thing. I meant to look up what it actually means when they donate, though. Where does it go? Private sector? Universities? I guess they award grants. I want to look into this some more.

  • Lily

    Yup, 100% all the way. If brands want to donate, do it properly, and in a very transparent way!

  • That IS nice! And I love eos products. The hand cream is actually my favorite (and I like their lotion, too). That pink one looks darn cute. I will look for this set! 🙂

  • Liz

    There are a handful of companies that are on the 100% initiative. I have absolutely no respect for the companies that try to capitalize on breast cancer awareness campaigns to earn profit. Going back to the lip balms, I’m glad EOS came out with a regular stick because I do like their balms but don’t want a dumb ball shaped one. Are they going to sell those individually in the future?

    • I agree. It’s just not cool.
      I hope so! The stick is neat! I was all OOOHHHH A STICK hahahaha!