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September 30, 2023

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The Pink Gallery | A Special Gift-With-Purchase | Self-Examination How-To

Pink background with a photo of our CEO. "During the month of October, we look to the color pink as a symbol for brining us together as a whole,signyfying our collective commintment to spreading awarness and knowledge about breast cancer. From community events to fundraising efforts, October serves as a powerful reminder that together we can make a difference."


The Pink Gallery

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we have curated a pink gallery for you to show your support. This hot hue has been strong all year and means more this month than ever.



A Special Gift-With-Purchase

Help support the cause while looking stylish in pink! We're offering our limited-edition cheetah print scarf as a free gift on orders $250 & up (while supplies last). In addition, a portion of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Lynn Cancer Institute to help cancer patients in the South Florida area.

SHOP NOW >Pink breast cancer awareness scarf.


Self-Examination How-To

In addition to annual screenings, why not put your breast health in your own hands…literally? We are proud to share a self-exam guide for regular checks you can do yourself.

Self examination how-to check for breast cancer.

Things to look for :

· Swelling, soreness or rash

· Warmth, redness or darkening

· Change in size or shape

· Dimpling or puckering of skin

· Itchy, scaly sore or rash on nipple

· Nipple that becomes flat or inverted

· Nipple discharge

· New, persistent pain in one spot

· Persistent itching

· Bumps that resemble bug bites

· A lump, particularly one that feels like a frozen pea