Pink All The Way for A Cause & A Special Giveaway!

Breast cancer is most common occurring cancer in women and the second most common cancer overall. Cancer is a social illness in the sense that it affects the entire family as well as friends – therefore the total number of people influenced by breast cancer is much larger.

October serves as a reminder for women to be screened in the hope that by doing so, early detection will lead to more positive outcomes in the fight against breast cancer. People all over the world show their support for people affected by such and we at luxecai, your one-stop-shop for authentic Korean Skincare and Beauty products, supports in creating awareness on our very own special way that’s why we shout about it.

For months now and because of the coronavirus situation, many areas of breast cancer is put to a halt. Now more than ever, we need to continue to carry on our will to provide care and support to this mission by letting those affected know that we’re always here for them.

As part of our initiative to raise awareness with the Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, we have integrated the “pink ribbon” in our official brand logo across all social media channels. We are to launch the “Win An Awesome Giveaway – Series 3” before the end of this month specially dedicated for the pink month celebration, giving away exciting our selected k-beauty product and surprise gifts for the winner. 

The previous giveaway contests held twice last month were indeed successful, giving away a Mini-Current Face Lift & Wrinkle Remover Device (series 1) and an Etude House collection (series 2), a Wonder Pore Deep Foaming Cleanser, Hershey's Reusable Tumbler - Hershey's collaboration with Etude House and UV Double Cut Mineral Sun Cream samples.


Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, Giveaway Alert

So, keep your eyes peeled on our social media pages and website at to update you with the upcoming giveaway contest. 


Trivia: Who started the pink ribbon? 

Charlotte Hayey, who also had battled breast cancer, introduced the concept of a peach-colored breast cancer awareness ribbon. In the early 1990s, the 68-year-old Haley began making peach ribbons by hand in her home. Her daughter, sister and grandmother had breast cancer.


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