Beauty Through Balance is well known for its superior skin-care products, focus on education and incorporation of indigenous natural ingredients from around the world which help to support health living and longevity. For the month of October, Beauty Through Balance has partnered with Rethink Breast Cancer, a bold charity that supports young people affected by and concerned about breast cancer. Beauty Through Balance will help to create awareness and also donate a percentage of sales from its newly launched pink-rose hued Acai Berry Series of products to promote breast cancer awareness and the research efforts of Rethink.

Sherina Jamal, founder and creator of Beauty Through Balance, is committed to working with and supporting likeminded charities and organizations that promote health and wellness and is a strong believer in giving back to her community.

The Acai Berry Series contains eco-certified, certified organic acai berries and capuacu butter from the Brazilian rainforest, proven to enhance moisture levels while providing powerful antioxidants to promote healthy, youthful skin. Since the pink color is one many associate with breast cancer awareness, the pink-rose hue in the Acai series products tie in the significance of the relationship. All rainforest ingredients have been harvested using sustainable methods to ensure the protection of the Amazon rainforest. Beauty Through Balance achieves maximum health and healing through natural elements and scientific technology made locally in Vancouver, Canada, and is carried in fine spas and resorts across North America and in Eastern Europe.

About Rethink Breast Cancer

Rethink Breast Cancer is a bold charity that supports young people affected by and concerned about breast cancer through innovative education, research and support programs. It educates young women about the importance of breast health awareness and provide a community for young people to make a difference in the fight for the cause. Rethink Breast Cancer raises funds to advance breast cancer research by training the next wave of brilliant research minds through a unique program, which teams young researches that show special promise with an experienced mentor. The charity raises awareness about the unique needs of young women who are battling breast cancer. It has recently launched a young survivor message board on its website and is exploring partnerships with other breast cancer groups concerned about young women and breast cancer. To learn more, visit