Win $298 Worth of Sally Hansen Beauty Booty Today!


Today you can win $298 worth of Sally Hansen products right here on Beauty's SPOT. ( I adore the nail lacquer pens!) This prize pack includes amazing mineral makeup, an at home mani-pedi kit, and DIY wax hair remover.


How to Enter:

Visit Total Beauty’s Facebook or Myspace page to learn one fact about Breast Cancer. Post it in the comments here and you are entered to win!

Deadline to enter:


October 30th at midnight PST. US residents only, please. Winner selected using Random.org.

Contest entry is free but please use the paypall button in the top right hand corner to donate. All donates go directly to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.

56 comments:

faith24 said...

In addition to finding breast cancer early through mammography, women can actually reduce breast cancer risk by making healthy lifestyle choices - maintain a healthy body weight, engage in regular physical activity and reduce alcohol consumption.
Thanks!
russianbeauty1@hotmail.com

Deanna said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Michelle I said...

Studies show that early detection, when followed by appropriate treatment, saves lives and increases treatment options. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

lynae16(at)gmail(dot)com

hazel said...

An estimated 182,460 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the United States during 2008.
mitanari[at]yahoo.com

Sheena said...

If breast cancer is diagnosed before it has metastasized to other areas of the body, the five-year survival rate is 98%.

Sheena said...

oops, sorry forgot my email
~Sheena
ag5820(at)wayne(dot)edu

Girl-Woman said...

Hi Laurie. Every three minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. We are so proud of the time and effort TBTC has put into breast cancer prevention and finding a cure.

GirlWomanBeautyBrainsBlog(at)gmail dot com

hollyollyberry said...

Mammography is especially valuable as an early detection tool because it can identify breast cancer at an early stage, usually before physical symptoms develop when the disease is most treatable.
hollyollyberry[at]yahoo.com

Tammy M said...

Every three minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer....
Scary, huh?

Mistress Meeyee said...

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women.
Lovely giveaway!I would be thrilled to win! Thanks
rachelcrisman@hotmail.com

SeptemberLovely said...

Breast cancer is second only to lung cancer in # of deaths among women by cancer.

REGINA said...

Mammography is especially valuable as an early detection tool because it can identify breast cancer at an early stage, usually before physical symptoms develop when the disease is most treatable.

IbisCaraib said...

Studies show that early detection, when followed by appropriate treatment, saves lives and increases treatment options. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

thatothrgirl said...

Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

I am surprised that in 2008 about 1990 MEN will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the US alone. I wonder just how many men around the world suffer in silence, too.

Decorative Diva said...

About 1,990 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.

Bebemiqui said...

Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women (after lung cancer).
bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

Candes said...

In addition to finding breast cancer early through mammography, women can actually reduce breast cancer risk by making healthy lifestyle choices - maintain a healthy body weight, engage in regular physical activity and reduce alcohol consumption.

apple said...

In addition to finding breast cancer early through mammography, women can actually reduce breast cancer risk by making healthy lifestyle choices - maintain a healthy body weight, engage in regular physical activity and reduce alcohol consumption.

Thank you for this giveaway.

applez_55 at yahoo dot com

MJ said...

The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

butterflyrouge(at)yahoo(dot)com

ccupak said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women and 450 men) are expected in 2008.

Thanks!
ccupak at gmail dot com

so said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women and 450 men) are expected in 2008

Dana said...

Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women (after lung cancer).

babypossum(at)mail(dot)com

Leah said...

The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

This is why it's so important to be diligent about breast exams, so you can find it early!

Thanks for hosting the giveaway
Leah
lnollenberger(at)gmail(dot)com

etirv said...

About 1,190 men in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.

delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

padma d said...

Every three minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer.

Thanks for the giveaway.

intqa[at]yahoo[dot]com

AK said...

An estimated 182,460 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the United States during 2008.

KikiZoe86(at)yahoo(dot)com

Laney said...

Every three minutes, a woman is diagnosed with skin cancer. Yikes!

savethemasses@hotmail.com

Thank you!

Datura Rose said...

About 1,990 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.

resenn (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

At this time, breast cancer cannot be prevented, which is why regular mammograms are so important; they can find breast cancers early, when they are easier to treat. Think Pink! ~JulieK

Hazel said...

Early detection, when followed by treatment, saves lives and increases treatment options. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

bitjazz[at]gmail.com

PAIGE said...

An estimated 182,460 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in the U.S. during 2008.

tinagirl said...

The 5 year survival rate for breast cancer is 98% among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at time of diagnosis.

Erin said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women & 450 men) are expected during 2008 in the U.S.

erinciminelli at gmail dot com

Kimberly said...

Studies show that early detection, when followed by appropriate treatment, saves lives and increases treatment options. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.
kcoud33(at)gmail(dot)com

KITTYK10 said...

* Mammography is especially valuable as an early detection tool because it can identify breast cancer at an early stage, usually before physical symptoms develop when the disease is most treatable.

kagey10 said...

At this time, breast cancer cannot be prevented, which is why regular mammograms are so important; they can find breast cancers early, when they are easier to treat.

We have made such progress!! thanks for hosting and thanks to Total beauty too!

karissag at gmail.com

Naomi said...

Every three minutes is too often. We need a cure.

lilbit66 said...

Reading the stat that 1,190 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in '08 makes me wonder if enough is being done to educate men about getting themselves checked, as well. I know it can't be easy for a man to acknowledge breast cancer in men, but it's life-saving knowledge that needs to get through to them, too.

Gillian B said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women and 450 men) are expected in 2008

Gillian said...

Women can reduce breast cancer risk by making healthy lifestyle choices - maintain healthy body weight, engage in regular physical activity and reduce alcohol consumption.

Stephanie C said...

Approximately 1990 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and 450 men are expected to die of breast cancer this year.

stefandru at yahoo dot com

janetfaye said...

Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women (after lung cancer).

Thank you!

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

marta said...

About 1,990 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.

so_martinha (at) yahoo.com.br

marta said...

About 1,990 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008.

so_martinha (at) yahoo.com.br

Stacy said...

An estimated 182,460 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the United States during 2008.

Stacy
stacyb02@yahoo.com

Jia C. said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women and 450 men) are expected in 2008.

JiaYingChen@yahoo.com

Helen C. said...

Mammography is especially valuable as an early detection tool because it can identify breast cancer at an early stage, usually before physical symptoms develop when the disease is most treatable.

jia6helen@yahoo.com

kwong said...

Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women, only after lung cancer.

kellywong1314@yahoo.com

Jodi said...

An estimated 40,930 breast cancer deaths (40,480 women and 450 men) are expected in 2008.

Bing said...

Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women (after lung cancer).

irisy8 at gmail dot com

Thanks for the giveaway!

Clemencia said...

Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any breast changes and we should start doing this at our 20s.
freecycling2@gmail.com

Amy said...

Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any breast change promptly to their health care providers. Breast self-exam is an option for women starting in their 20s.

Amy
veggiegirl(at)rock(dot)com

Jennifer Fitzgibbons said...

In addition to finding breast cancer early through mammography, women can actually reduce breast cancer risk by making healthy lifestyle choices - maintain a healthy body weight, engage in regular physical activity and reduce alcohol consumption.

Awesome contest for a great cause!
Thanks!
Jennifer Fitzgibbons
wocket@centurytel.net

chris said...

40,930 breast cancer deaths are expected in 2008

Nicole said...

Studies show that early detection, when followed by appropriate treatment, saves lives and increases treatment options. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent among individuals whose cancer has not spread beyond the breast at the time of diagnosis.

Thanks so much!!

Laurie said...

And our winner is
Laney said...
Every three minutes, a woman is diagnosed with skin cancer. Yikes!

savethemasses@hotmail.com

Thank you!

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Yay!