The full recommended retail price for the sale of this product goes towards helping all men, women and children who have been affected by Aids and HIV across the globe.
MAC has raised about £100,000 million since it launched its HIV/Aids charity back in 1994. The campaign has previously featured the likes of Lady Gaga, Cyndi Lauper, Mary J. Blige and even British music legend Elton John.
It’s not often we get men promoting female cosmetics, but MAC has never been afraid to break the boundaries between the sexes. This tint-free lip conditioner is perfect for men and women alike and reinforces the message that HIV and Aids can affect anyone, regardless of age, sex or sexuality.
So if you’re on the market for a quality, effective lip conditioner, why not choose MAC and become a part of this successful project.
You can buy limited edition Viva Glam Lip Conditioner now for £11.