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September 2, 2006

Celebrities Sign the Olay Definity Reflections of Hope Mirror for Charity

Olay Definity Reflections of Hope Mirror to be auctioned, with Proceeds Benefiting The Skin Cancer Foundation.

LOS ANGELES -- Jaime Pressly, Virginia Madsen, James Denton, Isaiah Washington, Wentworth Miller and many more celebrities signed the Olay Definity Reflections of Hope Mirror at the TV Guide After Party Celebrating the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The beautiful antique mirror displaying the signatures of more than 25 celebrities will be auctioned on eBay beginning September 5th and closing September 15th. Olay will donate 100% of auction proceeds to The Skin Cancer Foundation, a Foundation devoted to the prevention, detection and treatment of skin cancer.

P&G Beauty


A sponsor of this year's TV Guide After Party, Olay Definity hosted a beauty suite where celebrities had the opportunity to sign the one-of-a-kind mirror and sip on the exclusive Olay Defini-tini, the first-ever glowing cocktail debuting in two flavors: Pear and Luminous Lemonade.

Olay Definity hydrates to reduce the appearance of discolorations so what you see is luminous, more flawless skin.

P&G Beauty sells more than 130 different brands in over 180 countries worldwide that touch and improve lives daily. P&G Beauty brands include: Pantene(R), Head and Shoulders(R), Olay(R), Max Factor(R), Cover Girl(R), Gillette(R) Complete Skin Care for Men, Always(R), Joy(R), Hugo Boss(R), Wella(R), Herbal Essences(R), Clairol Nice 'n Easy(R) and SK-II(R).


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