Kiehl’s for Breast Cancer Prevention

I am thrilled to share news about Kiehl’s philanthropic partnership with Bright Pink for breast cancer awareness & education. A scary but real statistic is that at least 1 in 8 women develop breast cancer in their lifetime, making it the leading cancer diagnosis in women. But when detected early, the 5-year survival rate is greater than 98%!

Kiehl’s $50,000 donation during 2017 will help the national non-profit organization, Bright Pink, equip and empower young women across the country to be proactive advocates for their health through free educational programs and resources.

All it takes is 1 purchase to help educate 12 women and prevent breast cancer



I love the fact the Butterstick Lip Treatment helps such a worthy cause not to mention how fantastic they are. The Kiehl’s Butterstick  Lip Treaments are rich, creamy and feel amazing on my lips. They are instantly hydrating and I love that they have SPF 25 to protect my lips. After a bad sunburn last year  I will have  these on hand all summer!

The duo comes with a natural colorless butterstick and Simply Rose (pictured below) which leaves a beautiful petal pink tint on your lips. Grab this duo now before its gone!


KissForTheCure Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo $39
Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo
100% of net profits benefit Bright Pink and breast cancer education programs.

This set includes two hydrating shades of Butterstick Lip Treatment. 100% of Kiehl’s net profits up to $25,000 from the sale of this set will benefit Bright Pink for breast health education programs.

1 set helps empower 12 women with breast cancer prevention and early detection.

Set includes:
• Butterstick Lip Treatment Untinted SPF 25 (.14oz): Anti-oxidant rich including Lemon Butter, combined with broad spectrum SPF 25 sunscreen; our lip treatment provides year-round protection for lips.
• Butterstick Lip Treatment Simply Rose SPF 25 (.14oz): Supremely hydrating and smoothing balm with a nourishing blend of oils and butters with a buildable hint of tint.


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