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June 27, 2008

Making Sun Awareness Stylish

Filed under: around the city — carolime @ 8:59 pm
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So I’m super late in scooping this BUT…the Spa at Charleston Place & MUSC launched the “I Will Reflect” campaign earlier this summer. Basically, it’s to raise awareness and support for both sun awareness and melanoma cancer.

By buying a $2 bracelet you can support the cause. AND 100% of that goes to MUSC to help fund the cause and treatment of skin cancer.

Making the deal even sweeter is the 20% discount you get on either of the Spa at Charleston Place’s special treatments in honor of the campaign–one’s a facial and the other a massage.

And starting this past week, the Spa has a one of a kind Mary Norton hat on auction to further support the cause. The hat is awarded to the highest bidder on July 4…so hop to it!

“I was really drawn to this campaign and am excited about the opportunity to contribute,” Norton said. “Taking the right steps to protect our skin is a fashionable thing to do, and a wide-brimmed hat protects the face and skin, helping prevent skin cancer and premature aging.”

The campaign runs now through the end of summer, bracelets can be bought from the Spa at Charleston Place and area “I Will Reflect” ambassadors.


1 Comment »

  1. If you can’t find a local spa carrying SpaFinder’s “I Will Relfect” bracelets, you can purchase them straight from the source at http://www.spafinder.com! Enjoy the summer sun safely!

    Comment by Ann — July 28, 2008 @ 8:52 pm | Reply

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