Trends with Benefits: 7 Beauty Products that Raise Money for Cancer Research

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Philosophy Fresh Blends three-piece set, $26.25
This hand wash helps keep hands soft and fresh anytime, or makes a friendly home accent to delight your house guests. It's ... more 
Photo by: Philosophy
Philosophy Fresh Blends three-piece set, $26.25
This hand wash helps keep hands soft and fresh anytime, or makes a friendly home accent to delight your house guests. It's designed to gently cleanse and remove impurities, while glycerin and aloe help soothe and condition the skin. The hand lotion is a lightweight, non-greasy formula that contains shea butter, macadamia nut oil, olive oil, and vitamin E to help nurture, moisturize, and soften the skin.
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Fri, Jul 26, 2013 12:46 PM EDT
Are you ready to score some major beauty deals AND help support cancer research while doing so? That's the goal of Super Saturday, an annual Hamptons fund-raiser event founded in 1998 by fashionistas Donna Karan and Liz Tilberis. Ever summer since, a giant designer tag sale with hundreds of fashion and beauty brands benefits the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), the country's leading not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing research, raising awareness and finding a cure for ovarian cancer. This year's event is being hosted by Karan, InStyle, and Kelly Ripa. You don't have to be on Long Island to get in on Super Saturday deals either. Event sponsor QVC is hosting "QVC Presents Super Saturday LIVE" on Saturday, July 27 from 2PM - 4PM (ET) for at home shoppers offering everything from beauty products and fashion to jewelry and home goods at half the manufacturer's retail price with net proceeds benefiting OCRF! Click through to see the featured 7 beauty products whose net proceeds benefit cancer. - By Jill Seiman



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