The Marie Keating Foundation partners with New Zealand skincare brand for Breast Cancer Awareness month

By Sara Rountree

Marie Keating has partnered with the New Zealand skincare and supplement brand Me Today in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Me Today is the latest Pink Patron of cancer charity Marie Keating

For the month of October, the company is donating 10% of sales from their Women’s Daily range towards the Marie Keating Foundation, supporting their work in providing vital cancer support and prevention.

From daily supplements, moisturisers, creams and serums, Me Today has a collection of supplements and skincare products available at pharmacies around the country.

New to Irish shelves, the brand was developed after founder Michael Kerr’s wife was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2018.

Michael Kerr said: “It was through my search for a trustworthy supplement and skincare range that the concept for Me Today was born.”

Based on both science and tradition, the brand is all about nourishing the body “from the inside out.”

Cruelty-free, free from parabens and phthalates and rich in antioxidants and vitamins, Me Today’s products have “self-care at its core.”

And the customer reviews are just as impressive, with a 5 star global review on Amazon for many of their products.

“I am obsessed,” said one customer, “It’s a must.”

“Use morning and evening and you’ll see the results,” said another.

An Ireland at Me Today spokesperson said that the brand is “delighted to support the Marie Keating Foundation’s Pink Patrons campaign… we hope that Me Today’s contribution will help to make a difference.”

Linda Keating, Director of Fundraising at the Marie Keating Foundation said they are “so grateful” to Me Today as the foundation’s latest Pink Patron.

“As we all start to return to normality after what has been a very difficult 19 months, it’s essential that we don’t forget that many families have been affected by breast cancer.”

“We have been here for people affected by breast cancer at every step of their journey, and with the help of our Pink Patrons, we hope to expand our reach and help more people than ever before.”

The brand is the latest to join the Marie Keating Pink Patron campaign, with others such as Marks and Spencer, The Clean Beauty Edit, Sketchers and The Grafton Barber all supporting the foundation's work.


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