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The Body Shop and MTV Get Lippy About HIV!

03/29/2008 at 06:00 AM ET

Courtesy of the Body Shop

Talk about getting lippy! MTV and The Body Shop have joined forces and launched the “Move Your Lips” campaign, which includes selling a limited-edition Guarana Lip Butter for parched puckers to raise money for HIV/AIDS awareness. Proceeds from the product, sold in Body Shop stores worldwide, will go directly to the Staying Alive Foundation, the MTV HIV/AIDS charity, “which gives monetary awards to young people, globally, who run their own youth-focused HIV and AIDS awareness projects,” according to the Foundation. So far Staying Live has given out over $450,000 to more than 80 projects. The previous MTV-Body Shop collaboration, Spray To Change, entirely funded last year’s awards. Log-on to MoveYourLips.com for more information about the Foundation, and to compete for a pair of tickets to an MTV Awards show in the U.K. in June. And click here to purchase the Guarana Lip Butter, $8, at thebodyshop.com.

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Meena on

The Body Shop is lovely! I will buy this!

Cryss on

I would totally buy this!

Alex on

Smells good?

colon detox on

i wonder when are we going to have the cure for HIV/AIDS ? we are living on an age with very high technology but still we have not found a cure for this disease.

Anya Sweet on

HIV/AIDS is still a problem today despite huge medical advances, i am wondering if there would ever be a cure for this disease .

 

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