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A light scent made for everyday use that smells like mix of flowery, fruity and soft powdery
scents. A classic scent with notes of tangerine, mandarin and aldehydes. A scent made for
women who know what they like and how to obtain it.
A woman who climbed to the top with only her skills and intellect. A woman who does not
allow anyone to step in her way. Her name is Blaise. She came from a very competitive family. A
family where everyone compares each other’s achievements. Her parents both graduated at
the top of their class in their respective courses. As the firstborn, she is pressured by her
parents to become the best of the best. This type of pressure transformed her into a
competitive person who is only satisfied when she already reached the top. She graduated
college as an accountant with the highest grade in their class. She entered the working world
with one goal, to become the best accountant in the market. After years of hard work, she
became the most reliable accountant in the market. Everyone wanted to hire her because she
knows what’s best for any company. She has the skills to make any company become better.
That is the story of Blaise. A woman who never stops to achieve anything she wants.
Ribbon Color:Orange: Kidney Cancer
Keely was like any other young mum, tired whilst working and raising her two young daughters.
However, unlike other mums, Keely noticed swelling in one of her breasts and felt
unexplainably nauseous. Concerned, but not preparing for the worst, Keely went to see her
doctor. Her doctor suggested the swollen breast was related to her having recently stopped
breastfeeding her second child but conducted some tests for nausea.
Six weeks later, as her symptoms persisted, Keely found out the cause of her exhaustion was
worse than she had imagined. She had metastatic (advanced) breast cancer and it had spread
to her bones, liver and brain.
As the cancer had rapidly spread, Keely was told her time was limited. Trying to sensitively
communicate the seriousness of her situation, Keely’s oncologist suggested she make videos of
herself to provide a keepsake so her young daughters, aged 3 and 1 at the time, might
However, thanks to significant advancements in research – the research you help fund – Keely
is still here almost eight years later. She’s not just living with cancer, she’s thriving. Her
condition is stable but incurable and her ongoing treatment is a constant reminder. “Although
regular chemo and other treatments continue and will do so for the foreseeable future, cancer
has not prevented me from embracing life,” Keely says. Through Cancer Council’s Soiree for
Women under 45, Keely was able to meet other women in a similar situation.
“Cancer affects your life in so many unexpected ways,” Keely shares. Her first step in dealing
with her cancer journey was to contact the 13 11 20 Information and Support Line which put
her in contact with Cancer Council NSW’s Legal and Financial Planning Referral Services. From
here she was able to manage her affairs and create her will prior to going in for high-risk
surgery. Keely is now a Cancer Council NSW ambassador and speaks at events, sharing her
experience and stories.
“Knowing what I know now, I’m keen to increase awareness about breast cancer in women of
my age with similar circumstances and want to warn others against ‘explaining away’ their
symptoms and ‘soldiering on’ with their busy lives.”- Keely
1oz, 2oz, 4oz