Nobody can resist a Lancôme gift with purchase, but their latest deal might be even better. On October 24 or 25, when you buy a bottle of Advanced Génifique Youth Activation Concentrate (opens in new tab), Eye Light-Pearl (opens in new tab), or Yeux (opens in new tab), Lancôme will donate $7—the number is symbolic of the seven-day transformation you will see in your skin—to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. This is the fifth time Lancôme is running the annual promotion (dubbed Génifique Day), which supports St. Jude's mission to advance cures and means of prevention for pediatric diseases. With an overall daily operating cost of $2 million per day, St. Jude covers treatment, travel, housing, and food for patient's families. Just imagine what your purchase can do to help—that warm and fuzzy feeling is way better than your typical beauty counter gift with purchase.
Visit lancome-usa.com (opens in new tab) to learn more.
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