Teal Tips takes off!

We are calling on all our customers to join forces with celebrities Carol Vorderman, Terri Dwyer, Sam Siddall and our patron Jenny Agutter in getting behind our Teal Tips campaign this March, to mark Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 2012.

The initiative, with
OPI's Teal the Cows Come Home nail lacquer, is aimed at raising awareness of ovarian cancer and some invaluable funds for Ovacome.

Teal is to ovarian cancer as pink is to breast cancer. The idea is that by wearing such a striking colour, women will start talking about the disease and the BEAT ovarian cancer acronym of the main symptoms:

B is for bloating that does not come and go;

E is for eating less and feeling fuller quicker;

A is for abdominal pain and

T is for telling your GP.

To find out more about our BEAT campaign to help women and GPs recognise the signs and symptoms, please
click here.

We are urging you to buy our
Teal the Cows Come Home Lacquer, with £1 from every bottle bought being donated to Ovacome and we hope that women will hold fundraising teal nail painting manicure parties. Ovacome's chief executive Louise Bayne is thrilled that Teal Tips is getting such a warm reception and is asking Ovacome members to get behind the celebrity activity. "We are delighted to be running Teal Tips for the second year running to raise awareness during Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. It's a fun idea which young and older women have embraced, giving them a reason to be a bit daring and wear this on trend shade. They can look fantastic for a very good cause."

Support Teal Tips and buy a bottle of OPI's Teal the Cows Come Home for £11. Lena White is donating £1 to Ovacome for every bottle sold.

Teal The Cows Come Home

Teal The Cows Come Home

Moo-velous' deep turquoise (F)