I love to have fun, and even fighting breast cancer can be fun when we give away skin care products!
Yep, help us raise money for the fight against breast cancer and you’ll automatically be entered into our contest. One winner will receive a $150 gift certificate in skin care products or in-office aesthetician services (for those that are local). More details below!
Here’s the deal:
Donate to “Dr. Bailey’s Team” and you’re entered. It’s really that simple! And, it’s tax deductible! Your donation goes directly to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides event in Sonoma County. My team and I are walking with Making Strides on October 8th, in Rohnert Park, California. Just a little over 2 weeks away!
The great news is that it’s a win-win all around – you get a tax deduction for your donation to the American Cancer Society whether you win or not, and if you do win then you also get skin care nirvana! Yippeee!
We will draw 1 name on 9/28 at 12:30 on my Dr. Bailey Skin Care Facebook Page. You can use the gift certificate for products on www.drbaileyskincare.com or aesthetician services here in our yummy and uber-hygienic aesthetician suite where Danielle will transform your post-summer dull skin into bright, beautiful, deeply cleaned skin.
Donate to my team – Dr. Bailey’s Team – for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, the American Cancer Society’s Breast Cancer Walk on October 8th.
Be sure to donate before 9/28 and leave your name so we can enter you to win!
My team and I have made great progress towards accomplishing our $5,000 goal – with generous local donors, online customer donors, and corporate sponsors. Coolibar, my favorite SPF clothing company, has even donated the shirts that we’ll walk in on October 8th! However, we still have a ways to go. So donate TODAY and be entered to win!
Here’s to creating a win-win from the fight against breast cancer.
Don’t Forget! Share Dr. Bailey’s Chemo Kit with Loved Ones
Remember too, if you have a friend or loved one on chemotherapy treatments for cancer, send them my Chemo Kit. I created this kit while I was undergoing chemotherapy myself to take care of fragile chemo-affected skin. Now I am also donating 50% of the proceeds to FORCE. FORCE is the advocacy group for the Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Community which includes those with the BRCA gene mutation. If you want to learn more about BRCA you can read my many blog articles on this, such as The BRCA Genes and Breast Cancer: Facts to Help Save Lives.
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