PINK PRODUCT REVIEW: Pink Ribbon Pin

Since 1992, Evelyn Lauder and Alexandra Penny, then the Editor of Self Magazine, co created the pink ribbon, that today is the symbol for breast health. By October 2008, theBCAC will have distributed 80 million pink ribbons worldwide.


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Don’t worry. You can get your own right here.
The latest Estee Lauder Pink Ribbon Pin is bejeweled and bedazzling, covered in light pink crystals. Gorgeous. And the perfect size to place on your lapel, scarf or what I do, attach it to my purse…. it’s just the cutest thing.
Packaged in the Estee Lauder signature gold box, Estee Lauder will donate $500,000 in connection to the sales of the Pink Ribbon Pin to the Breast Cancer Research Fund. You can find Estee Lauder counters in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
$12.50
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