Clarisonic gave a $200,000 boost to the 16th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women, where more than 50,000 participants turned out today in Los Angeles. On behalf of Pacific Bioscience Laboratories, makers of the Clarisonic — innovators in sonic skin care, Dr. Robb Akridge, Co-Founder of Clarisonic, took center stage to present the check to support promising breast cancer research. Entertainment Industry Foundation ambassadors Jordana Brewster (“Fast & Furious”) and Marcia Cross (ABC’s “Desperate Housewives”) accepted the check on behalf of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF).
“We are thrilled about the important, collaborative research supported by The Entertainment Industry Foundation to fund promising breast cancer research. Clarisonic is proud to partner with this great organization by donating $200,000 raised through our “Pink Ribbon Campaign,” said David Giuliani, CEO of Pacific Bioscience Laboratories Inc. “Unfortunately, nearly everyone in the country has been touched by breast cancer in some way — if not personally, through a friend or loved one. In the shared spirit of the thousands of runners, walkers and supporters who have come out today, it is our hope that this donation will help in the fight against breast cancer, serve as a means for our company to give back, and offer our customers an opportunity to continue this journey with us because the advancements being made are so promising.”
First introduced in October 2007, Clarisonic’s “Pink Ribbon” campaign has raised over $400,000 to help fight breast cancer. With every purchase the “Pink Ribbon” Clarisonic raises funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer.
“We are grateful to Clarisonic for its generous donation and its commitment to the fight against breast cancer,” said Lisa Paulsen, president and CEO of the Entertainment Industry Foundation. “Every contribution makes a difference. It’s wonderful that Clarisonic’s Pink Ribbon campaign makes it easy for consumers to support our cause.”
The annual women’s cancer fundraiser was hosted by Emmy-nominated star of ABC’s “Samantha Who,” Christina Applegate, actress, singer and star of “Hannah Montana” Miley Cyrus, her mother Tish Cyrus, special guests star of “Fast & Furious” Jordana Brewster, star of ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” Marcia Cross, star of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” Carrie Ann Inaba and Revlon brand ambassador Beau Garrett. “Dancing with the Stars” star, Derek Hough lead the race — which took place at Los Angeles Exposition Park — in the event pace car, while GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist Michael Bolton headlined the event’s celebration concert in the Los Angeles Coliseum as the runners and walkers participants crossed the finish line.
As the “essential first step” in the skincare ritual, Clarisonic’s stimulating sonic micro-massage gently clears pores and removes six times more makeup than traditional cleansing. In fact the Clarisonic cleans so well it actually prepares skin to better absorb moisturizers, serums and other skin care products, creating the perfect canvas for your skin care regime. It is also waterproof for use in the shower or tub and at the sink.
Retailed at $195, the big-hearted pink Clarisonic Sonic Skin Cleansing System is available throughout the year and is supported by Clarisonic’s top retailers, including Sephora, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ulta, Beauty.com and SkinStore.com, as well as leading dermatology practices and spas nationwide. A great gift, a great beauty booster, and a great bathroom accessory, you can feel the difference with the Pink Clarisonic Skin Cleansing System while making a difference for others.
Pacific Bioscience Laboratories Inc. is a leading innovator in sonic skin care and the creator of the Clarisonic Skin Cleansing System, the first professional-caliber sonic skin care system for healthy, younger-looking skin and the cleansing standard of renowned spas, leading dermatologists and beauty retailers nationwide. The encore innovation from the primary inventor of Sonicare®, Clarisonic represents Pacific Bioscience Laboratories’ ongoing mission to develop and market technically advanced and clinically proven products that make a clear difference in skin care. Clarisonic is distributed through dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, spas and prestige retailers such as Sephora, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ulta, Beauty.com and SkinStore.com. Clarisonic has been acknowledged as a beauty award winner by Women’s Health magazine and by retailers QVC and Sephora. For more information, visit the Clarisonic website.
The Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), as a leading charitable organization of the entertainment industry, has distributed hundreds of millions of dollars to support charitable initiatives addressing critical health, education and social issues. Visit www.eifoundation.org.