Colour With Care

Have you ever wanted to give back… DIRECTLY?, well you can with your colour service with us at Radical Hair Design with our “COLOUR WITH CARE” program.

What is Colour With Care?

 

Colour with Care is a La Biosthetique initiative where every tube of colour sold to Radical Hair Design will raise funds for the global non-for-profit organization Medecins Sans Frontieres, Doctors without Borders. This means that every time you have a colour at Radical Hair Design, you will be helping to provide critical support in the areas that need it the most, whether it is…
• Stopping the spread of infectious diseases
• Giving malnourished children access to essential meals
• Providing medical aid to those in disaster struck areas

 

Colour with Care is a simple but effective way to support Medecins Sans Frontieres, Doctors without Borders. Simply by being a supportive client of Radical hair Design which uses La Biosthetique colour, each and every one of your colour visits will be making a difference to those in need.
• Every colour application will provide the equivalent of 4 malaria diagnostic kits.
• Every month your salon could provide over 100 meals for children.
• Every year over 1,200 meals will be funded simply by using La Biosthetique colour.

Choose to be a part of a salon who cares for other in need.
 

What is MSF?

 
Doctors without Borders
Medecins Sans Frontieres is an independent emergency medical aid organisation that spans across 70 countries and provides medical relief regardless of race, religion or political conviction.
 
How it works
Every tube of colour will make a difference
For every tube of colour sold to Radical Hair Design, La Biosthetique will donate a portion of its sales to Médecins Sans Frontières. The funds will then go to providing critical support in the areas that need it the most.
 
The Australian goal
1,000,000 meals for children
Together the La Biosthetique salon network aim is to provide the equivalent to 200,000 meals for children every year and over 1,000,000 meals for children in five years.