Founded in 2001, Pureology was created with one profound goal in mind, namely to provide safe and effective colour and hair care products for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Close to two decades later, the brand continues to maintain only the highest of standards in the creation of it’s ‘no nasties’ colour care; with each formula not only vegan, but also free from sulfates.
In the spirit of Pureology’s ongoing commitment to to those afflicted by ovarian cancer, the brand is reaffirming it’s dedication to raising awareness globally; giving back to communities worldwide, and supporting ovarian cancer survivors and their families.
On a local scale, Pureology has partnered up with Ovarian Cancer Australia in the raising of much needed funds and awareness for sufferers of the disease.
In May of 2018, over 150 Pureology salons participated in World Ovarian Cancer Day, an effort that saw the collective raising of research and support dollars for the OCA.
As part of the brand’s global fight against ovarian cancer, a teal ribbon has been placed upon Pureology bottles worldwide, to increase awareness and highlight the importance of this partnership.
Here Pureology Australia Ambassador Chad Wijayatilake chats with Ovarian Cancer Australia Ambassador Heather Hawkins about her work with the OCA and personal experience with the disease.