Bluesky Cosmetics Partners With Breast Cancer Now for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Bluesky Cosmetics Partners With Breast Cancer Now for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Bluesky Cosmetics, the global gel nail polish brand, has partnered with Breast Cancer Now, the research and care charity, to launch a limited-edition gel nail polish collection for Breast Cancer Awareness Month which runs through October.

Bluesky is dedicating its’ monthly subscription service, Nail Mail, to Breast Cancer Now, in support of the charity’s world-class research and the life-changing support they give to people affected by breast cancer. The exclusive product consists of three 5ml bespoke pink gel nail polishes that are based on the charity’s brand pantones and retails at £12, with 10% of the sale price being donated to the charity.

Olivia Porteous, Community Fundraising Manager at Breast Cancer Now, the research and care charity, said:

“We are delighted to be working with Bluesky Cosmetics and are really grateful for the support they are giving us through donations from their Nail Mail subscription service.

“COVID-19 is having a devastating impact on Breast Cancer Now’s work. For months, the pandemic put many areas of breast cancer on pause, including our world-class research, our life-changing community support services and much of our fundraising, all at a time when our need for support is greater than ever. But breast cancer doesn’t stop for anything, and we are doing all we can to still be there for people affected by breast cancer.

“It is thanks to the support and money raised for Breast Cancer Now by companies such as Bluesky Cosmetics that we can now start to look ahead and press play on breast cancer research and care.”

In addition to supporting the charity through its exclusive October Nail Mail subscription service, Bluesky has created an edit of its bestselling pink products on and Bluesky will donate 10% of its profits to Breast Cancer Now for every purchase made from this collection in October.

Claire Parkes, Marketing Manager at Bluesky Cosmetics, says:

“We are delighted to be partnering with Breast Cancer Now on a campaign that means a lot to both our team members and our customers. Knowing that nearly 5,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this Breast Cancer Awareness Month really brings home the importance of this partner-ship and the urgent need for fundraising so that Breast Cancer Now can continue giving support and hope to the hundreds of thousands of people affected by breast cancer.”

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