Laura Mercier Holiday Gifts that Give Back
We all know how chaotic it can be during the holiday season—and finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be challenging. Luckily it’s easier than ever to give a great gift that also gives back this holiday season – with the Laura Mercier Bonne Mine Palette ($48), Lip Glacé in Peach Hope ($25) and Bracelet of Hope ($35). They are all amazing products that give back 100% to the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer Fund, which raises awareness and funds research to help diagnose, treat and support women with ovarian cancer.
The Lip Glacé in Peach Hope and Bracelet of Hope are the perfect stocking stuffers or Secret Santa gifts under $35, while Bonne Mine is a great gift for under the tree for any woman looking for an easily portable universal compact that provides a healthy glow.
Bonne Mine Palette
The palette was inspired by Laura’s work with celebrity clients, who wanted a universal compact that would “wake-up” their skin and give them an immediate healthy glow. The Bonne Mine Palette includes:
· 1 Bronzer Veil
· 2 Cheek Veils
· 2 Glow Veils
$48.00, 100% of proceeds are donated to LMOCF
Lip Glacé in Peach Hope
This luxe lip gloss glides on for peachy-pink shimmer and brilliant shine.
$25.00, 100% of proceeds are donated to LMOCF
Bracelet of Hope
The bracelet’s crystals symbolize purity and illumination—shining a light on ovarian cancer—a disease that has touched so many of us through the experiences of loved ones. Bracelet length is 7½”-8½”, including freshwater pearls (8-10mm) and crystal quartz. Nickel and lead free.
$35.00, 100% of proceeds are donated to LMOCF
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