Every year, Chantecaille brings out a stand-out palette that is beyond gorgeous AND donates to a very worthy cause; so far Chantecaille has kept this to saving the animal kingdom in one form or another (including sea life) and these palettes, globally, raise a significant amount of money for the charities it supports.
So as you might guess, this time it’s all about saving the bees. This has been the year of raising awareness about what’s happening to the bee population; pollution, insecticides and changing climate are all working against the bee and it’s struggling to survive. What would happen if there were no bees? Apart from no honey, bees are crucial pollinators – with reduced pollination we could end up with no fruit, no seeds and nuts or vegetables. Seriously.
The Save The Bees palette will cost £74 when it launches in January with a portion of sales going directly to bee protection.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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