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It's time to Go Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness!

This year, we are thrilled to introduce our latest Go Pink campaign, spotlighting the limited-edition Flower Fragrance Vegan Whipped Cream, delicately fragranced with notes of mandarin, nectarine peach, lotus flower, gardenia and jasmine with base notes of amber, white musk and coconut cream. And there's a delightful twist: their whipped cream features an exclusive 'boob' design, celebrating femininity in all its glory. Loved by many, this whipped cream is suitable for all hair types and VEGAN!
For every one of these specially designed Whipped Creams sold, milk_shake® pledges £1 to the Pink Ribbon Foundation 💕 
With our unstoppable dedication and your incredible support, we've already donated a whopping £62,000 to Breast Cancer Charities since our campaign took flight in 2018!
We cannot thank our milk_shake salons enough for their constant support over the years and we are so excited to see what you all get up to this year to fundraise for Breast Cancer awareness. Donate to the Pink Ribbon Foundation on our milk_shake community page here
 

Did you know?

1 in 8 women in the UK will develop the disease in their lifetime.
Breast cancer also affects men, but it’s rare – around 370 men are diagnosed each year.
Every year nearly 55,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK, that’s the equivalent of one person every 10 minutes.

How should I check my breasts?

Breasts come in different shapes and sizes and your breasts can change with age and vary at different times of the month. Knowing your breasts and what is normal for you is important as it will make it easier to spot any unusual changes. Knowing about breast cancer signs and symptoms can help you to understand what changes to look for and if you do spot anything unusual, you should get checked out by your doctor. Check all parts of your breasts and armpits up to your collarbone.

 For any further advice or support please get in touch with the Pink Ribbon Foundation

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