In 2006, Lara Koljonen started Essentially Pink to infuse the wisdom of Chinese medicine into mainstream culture and make being healthy - specifically breast health that promote – "S. E. X. Y.". She noticed that breast health products were hard to find and not that fun to use or that visually stimulating for that matter. She realized information was not easy to find on what you could do to stay healthy, and that the information that was available was not geared towards a younger, hipper crowd that wanted something fun, easy and S.E.X.Y. – otherwise – why even do it? If the only products available were marketing and geared towards your Mom or your Grandma, why would you want to use them – I mean, weren't "you" going to live forever? With a younger crowd in mind, Lara set out to find the best organic and eco-friendly products that promoted breast health. These are the products you will find here today! Essentially Pink wants to educate as many people as possible so they make informed choices informed choices to reinforce healthy behaviors. With every item you purchase 20% of the profit goes back into Essentially Pink’s Education Fund, which produces Breast Health products and materials that teach people how to stay healthy!

Weaken Cancer, strengthen health.


Essentially Pink is a breast health promotion company infused with the wisdom of Chinese Medicine. We believe that the best cure for sickness is to be healthy all the time! That it all comes back to the basics of what we eat, how we move, and the thoughts we carry in our heads. That if we start with healing on the inside, health can't help but show on the outside! We teach and promote the TULIP TAP and S. E. X. Y. steps to breast health.

S.E.X.Y. STEPS breast health video

Check out what you can do to keep your breasts healthy and happy! These S. E. X. Y. Steps are easy, fun and keep energy flowing in your body.




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