Revlon and Delta Goodrem join forces for charity and International Lipstick Day

Revlon Delta Goodrem

 Delta Goodrem is Revlon’s first Australian brand ambassador

Hot on the heels of the announcement of musician and actress Delta Goodrem as Revlon’s first Australian brand ambassador, comes a campaign to celebrate International Lipstick Day (July 29) and support LGFB, with Revlon and the Delta Goodrem Foundation jointly donating $2 from every Revlon Super Lustrous lipstick sold in Chemist Warehouse between now and August 3.

Look Good Feel Better is a free, national community service programme that has supported more than 170,000 women, men, and teens undergoing cancer treatment since its first workshop in 1990.

“Our decades-long partnership with Revlon has ensured many thousands of cancer patients across the country have had access to our confidence-boosting programme, as well as the delight of receiving Revlon cosmetics in their Confidence Kits,” says Look Good Feel Better general manager Carol Kavurma.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Revlon and the Delta Goodrem Foundation for this campaign, helping to further empower and support our programme participants.”

Revlon general manager Kaitlin Rady says, “I’m very proud of the partnership between Revlon, the Delta Goodrem Foundation, and Chemist Warehouse to support and raise awareness for Look Good Feel Better, who provide invaluable, practical skills, and knowledge to manage appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.

“Knowing that we have helped in a small way to empower women to feel more like themselves and, hopefully, face the day with a little more confidence is very humbling.”

Revlon’s Super Lustrous Lipstick is an enticing combination of high-impact colour in a super-moisturising formula, with more than 80 shades available.

Revlon Delta Goodrem

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