Carol's Daughter Joins Forces with the Lupus Foundation of America to Shine a Spotlight on Lupus
Posted Aug 26 2008 11:33am
Carol’s Daughter , a company specializing in skin care, has announced a partnership with the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA). Because there are an estimated 1.5 million Americans with lupus, Carol’s Daughter and the LFA are committed to improving the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, and helping individuals and families affected by the disease. With a mission to increase public awareness, Carol’s Daughter and Sephora will host a series of educational/promotional events nationwide.
Lupus has affected both the mother -- Carol -- of the company founder, Lisa Price, as well as Karen Evans, Carol's Daughter spokes-beauty ... and Jada Pinkett Smith’s aunt.
Carol’s Daughter will donate a portion of its sales proceeds from each purchase of Candy Paint lip gloss to the LFA. Candy Paint lip gloss -- available in 12 sumptuous shades with names like Park Avenue Bling and Purple Reign -- contains shea butter and aloe vera to protect and heal, while the grape seed oil, rich in antioxidants and vitamins, soothes and regenerates the lips. Formulated with a hint of peppermint flavor and loaded with all natural ingredients, Candy Paint is “where color meets therapy.”