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Review: QV Breast Cream

Even though Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) may have come to end, that does not mean that we can forget the importance of regularly checking our breasts for any changes.

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer for women aged 20-39 years. That statistic shocks me, and is the reason I am so glad that QV released their Breast Cream; a tool to get you in the habit of self checking your breasts while moisturising.

QV Breast Cream is a beautifully hydrating, unscented cream that can be used on any area of the body, but should especially be used on and around breast tissue to regularly check for any changes. By regularly checking yourself, you'll become familiar with your own body and be more likely to pick up any subtle changes early.

QV Breast Cream comes with a free educational leaflet stepping out the breast self-check process in a simple, but informative manner.

I love that in addition to educating women about the importance of checking their breasts, QV are also donating $2 from every pack sold to support the work of the McGrath Foundation.

QV's Breast Cream retails for $8.15 RRP and is available in pharmacies now, year round.

To my beautiful readers; 'if you grow 'em, know 'em!'


  1. I loved this campaign in October and your 100% right when you say it's not just about October and to check regularly :) great write up!

  2. This cream is such a great initiative between QV and the McGrath Foundation! The more increased awareness the better.

    1. Isn't it great?! I love supporting campaigns like this!

  3. I love this! It really is so important and not enough people talk about it.
    Such a great post with great importance.

    Stacey White

  4. I wish I had of picked this up when I was last at chemist warehouse. It's definitely not too late though.
    Gorgeous post xx

  5. I think raising the awareness of breast cancer is so important. I love your review as well as the information.

    1. Thankyou! I think if you can raise awareness and relate it back to beauty junkies, you have done well. QV killed it with this campaign!