In addition to our 20% OFF promotion - 10% of all ProLiner Sales in October will be donated to this organization that is making such a difference in the lives of young survivors of breast cancer. We wanted to choose an organization that was really making a difference and that didn't have the widespread recognition that some other organizations have so that every dollar donated could really be impactful. Please learn more about this organization below and why we chose them as this year's donation recipient.
Why the LAshX ProLiner? We are donating the proceeds from this product because of the work we do. We have witnessed how clients with loss of eyebrows and eyelashes are severly effected in their self confidence when they lose hair in these areas. We know helping someone grow back lashes or brows is a small difference, in the big picture of their recovery, but helping survivors gain back this sense of confidence, is a small difference we can make as lash and brow artists. The LAshX ProLine lash and brow serum is all peptide based and has NO prostaglandins or steriods, so its the safest product to use during and after cancer treatments as there are no side effects from these ingredients. (always check with your doctor when undergoing treatment before starting new products.) We make the LAshX Proliner to be clean, and like all LAshX products, free of parabens, sulfates, surfactants, Oils, Glycols. Simplified, LAshX products are free of all the nasty stuff!
Learn more about this years charity partner: Young Survival Coalition below:
Mission: Young Survival Coalition (YSC) strengthens the community, addresses the unique needs, amplifies the voice and improves the quality of life of young adults affected by breast cancer, locally, nationally and internationally.
History: In 1998, a group of young women, all diagnosed with breast cancer before age 40, gathered in New York City and had the first YSC meeting. They had all personally experienced that young adults were missing from the research, community and conversations about breast cancer. More than twenty years later, these needs still define YSC’s work. Unlike their older counterparts - who are overwhelmingly integrated into the design of clinical trials - young adults diagnosed with breast cancer face higher mortality rates, fertility issues and the possibility and ramifications of early menopause They offer the largest community and resources for survivors under the age of 40.
YSC’s programs address topics that young adults diagnosed with breast cancer face, such as: Aggressive forms of cancer in young adults, Lack of research, Financial challenges, Body image, and Fertility