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Keep it pink from head to toe with breast cancer awareness at V Spa in Dallas

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. V Spa at Hilton Anatole in Dallas is offering a special “Pinkle Toes” Pedicure Package. Throughout the month of October, you can receive an energizing and fragrant experience. With the refreshing scent of citrus, the package includes a pink grapefruit soak, scrub and moisturizer finished with a pink polish from SpaRitual’s “In-Pink Breast Cancer Collection.” The 50-minute “Pinkle Toes” pedicure is $50 plus tax and gratuity in which $10 will benefit Susan G. Komen’s Passionately Pink for the Cure, which helps fund critical breast cancer research, as well as local education, screening and treatment programs that impact people in the Dallas community. Appointments can be made by calling 214-761-7800.

SpaRitual has partnered with the Living in Pink organization to create a unique line of fingernail polish to promote breast cancer awareness and keep their customers tickled pink in the process. SpaRitual is a company widely known to be very responsible to humans, animals and the earth by using recycled glass for their bottles and vegan formulas in their products. They have pledged a portion of their proceeds to the Living in Pink organization, founded by Michele Conley, a two time breast cancer survivor. This organization helps to fund research and bring awareness about breast cancer in the hopes of one day finding the cure. To promote this worthy goal, they have introduced three specialty nail polishes in dazzling pink in honor of the cause. The colors are called “Living in Pink,” “Loving in Pink,” and “Laughing in Pink;” inspiring names for an inspiring and wonderful cause.

The staff will also be wearing pink gloves from The Pink Glove Project. The Pink Glove project was created in September 2006 when Universal Companies joined efforts with Intrinsics® single-use essentials to raise money to fight breast cancer. Since then, over $85,000 has been donated to City of Hope™, a leading Southern California biomedical research and treatment center and hospital for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

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