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Young cancer sufferers Get Spoilt!

Young cancer sufferers Get Spoilt!

Young female cancer sufferers will get the chance to drink, nibble and pamper themselves at the inaugural Get Spoilt night to be held in Melbourne on July 29.

This free event is an initiative of The Warwick Foundation, which supports cancer patients and survivors aged 18 to 40, and will be run in conjunction with Adorn Mineral Cosmetics, an Australian company that produces mineral cosmetics and provides education and application techniques for their all natural products. 

The Warwick Foundation General Manager Jade McKenzie says the Get Spoilt night will be replicated in other cities and towns over coming months.

“Cancer treatment is a gruelling series of tests, injections, good days and bad days, some spent at home, but many also in a hospital bed,” she says. “It takes its toll on how young women feel about themselves and their appearance. The Get Spoilt nights are about these courageous Australians taking time out for themselves, and with the help of Adorn, we hope to re-affirm their inner and outer beauty.” McKenzie says.

The night is open to all female members of The Warwick Foundation, which is also free to join and provides support to cancer sufferers through events and programs.

“The women will have the chance to take part in an interactive makeup workshop, where they will not only relax with bubbles treats and great company; they will learn valuable makeup tips. We have specifically chosen to work with Adorn as we feel their products meet our high standards for health, environment and ethics,” Ms McKenzie explains.

Adorn Mineral Cosmetics has spent nearly three years perfecting its all natural and sustainable product range. Because of its unique benefits to the skin over traditional make-up, Adorn has committed to using only high grade, pure Australian minerals. Adorn products are 100% natural with no chemical nasties, fillers or skin irritants. 

“We are a proud supporter of such a worthwhile initiative,” says Adorn Director and Founder, Briony Kennedy. “We believe that empowering women through self-esteem is a very positive influence on healing physically and emotionally.”
Date: Thursday, 29 July, 2010
Time: 7pm (9pm finish)
Venue: Biba, 236 Johnston Street, Fitzroy


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