Nourish London gives charity Walk the Walk a leg up with anti-ageing oil

By Austyn King 8-Nov-2018

The organic skin care brand is donating £2.50 from every sale of its Radiance Firming Oil to the breast cancer charity

Nourish London gives charity Walk the Walk a leg up with anti-ageing oil

Organic skin care brand Nourish London has launched a limited edition Radiance Firming Oil (£25) in partnership with breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.

For every product sold, the brand is donating £2.50 to the charity, which runs power walking events to raise funds for breast cancer research while encouraging consumers to improve their fitness.

The anti-ageing oil contains a blend of natural ingredients including macadamia, pumpkin, rosehip and borage oil to improve skin's elasticity for a more youthful complexion, while marine algae extract and frankincense are said to protect collagen to counter the signs of ageing.

Meanwhile, the product comes in a limited edition pink box adorned with Walk the Walk's bra logo, instead of the brand's usual black and white packaging.

Dr Pauline Hili, founder and Director of Nourish London, said: “We are pleased to be joining Walk the Walk and supporting their work to raise vital funds for research into breast cancer and enable researchers to make further progress into beating breast cancer.

“Unfortunately, more women are being diagnosed [with breast cancer] than ever before.

“Walk the Walk keeps the need to continue to support research high on the agenda.”

Nina Barough CBE, founder and Chief Executive of Walk the Walk, added: “It is wonderful to work with a company that shares similar ethical values to Walk the Walk.

“I personally love the Radiance Firming Facial Oil, not to mention the gorgeous limited edition pink box which makes it even more special.

“What a very lovely way to give your skin a special treat, while raising money to help fight breast cancer.”

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Nourish London's entire range is vegan, cruelty-free and free from synthetic colours, parabens, sulfates and other harmful ingredients.

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