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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to help spread awareness and raise money for the cause a selection of brands have offered their support.
According to Breast Cancer UK, one in seven women will have breast cancer in their life, but more than 25% of breast cancer cases can be prevented.
Some brands offering their support have launched limited edition products, created new designs specifically for the cause, or released wider collections with proceeds going towards a breast cancer charity.
Estée Lauder, ghd, as well as Missoma and Cath Kidston are among some of the well-known companies raising funds to fight the disease.
Shop the brands supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Cath Kidston | Shop here
Buy it: Foldaway Overnight Bag | £50 from Cath Kidston
Cath Kidston has launched its Spot It collection, which is in collaboration with Breast Cancer Now. The 61-piece capsule includes mugs, kitchenware, make-up bags, suitcases, shoes and dresses with the polka dot print. Every sale from the line will see 10% donated to the charity.
Missoma | Shop here
Buy it: Missoma x Coppafeel T-shirt | £39 from Missoma
Jewellery brand Missoma, which is a fan with royals Meghan Markle and the Duchess of Cambridge, has teamed up with charity CoppaFeel! this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The label has created a limited edition 100% cotton t-shirt, which is emblazoned with a cupping hands design featuring Missoma rings, and 50% of proceeds will go towards the organisation.
Estée Lauder | Shop here
Buy it: Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair with Pink Ribbon Bracelet | £82 from John Lewis & Partners
Also available at Selfridges, Estée Lauder and House of Fraser.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair is one of the beauty giant’s bestselling skincare products, and it has been given a makeover this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The serum, which aims to reduce the appearance of ageing, comes in a fuchsia pink bottle and a pink collectible bracelet. Each sale will see 20% of the retail price go towards Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
ghd | Shop here
Buy it: ghd helios™ professional hair dryer in powder pink | £159 from ghd
Also available at lookfantastic.
ghd never fail to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year it has released three pink versions of the helios hair dryer and straightening irons, to help raise funds. £10 from every pink collection sale will be donated to Breast Cancer Now.
Revitalash | Shop here
Buy it: Limited Edition Revitalash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner | £89 from Revitalash
Revitalash is one of the leading eyelash, and eyebrow, growth serums, which was first founded as a solution to those battling with breast cancer and the results of hair loss from undergoing chemotherapy. While the brand supports breast cancer awareness all year round, this October it has launched a Pink Sleeve event, which sees the top selling Advanced Eyelash Conditioner and Revitabrow Advanced packaged in a pale pink sleeve, and for every purchase $2 will be donated to breast cancer charities across the world.
Pretty Little Thing | Shop here
Buy it: Pretty Little Thing x Coppafeel Pink Fluffy Dressing Gown | £25 from PrettyLittleThing
Popular e-store PLT has launched a 23-piece collection to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which includes underwear, pyjamas, as well as other loungewear sets ranging from £6 to £25. PrettyLittleThing will donate a minimum of £10,000 from the sales of its PT x CoppaFeel! collection to CoppaFeel!.
Philip Kingsley | Shop here
Buy it: No Scent No Colour Shampoo and conditioner | £20 for each from Philip Kingsley
Also available at lookfantastic and FeelUnique.
Philip Kingsley’s No Scent No Colour Shampoo, which also comes in a conditioner form, has been specifically created for those undergoing cancer treatment and require gentle products to use on their scalp. The duo is fragrance, colour, paraben and SLS-free, and was designed for the hair expert’s wife Joan, who was treated for breast cancer in 2006. 50p from every 250ml bottle sold will go towards Look Good Feel Better charity, and donations will be taken throughout the year - not just October.
Joshua James | Shop here
Buy it: Silver Never Give Up Bar Necklace | £49.95 from Joshua James
Jewellery brand Joshua James has created a collection of jewellery items, which include silver and gold pendants, as well as charms ranging from £18 to £55 this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The brand promises to donate 10% of profits to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Avon | Shop here
Buy it: CoppaFeel! Boob Clutch | £10 from Avon
Avon has a wide range of products spanning from make-up, fragrance and even clutch bags, which when sold will see 100% of proceeds go towards breast cancer charities CoppaFeel! and Look Good Feel Better.
Bobbi Brown | Shop here
Buy it: Powerful Pink Luxe Matte Lip Colour Duo | £38 from Bobbi Brown
Bobbi Brown has launched a limited edition Powerful Pinks Luxe Matte Lip Colour Duo set, which features a soft rose and bright pink lipsticks, to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The brand will donate 50% of profits from each sale to Breast Cancer Research Foundation, with a maximum donation of $110,000.
Elemis | Shop here
Buy it: Limited Edition Pro-Collagen Marine Cream 100ml Supersize | £115 (Was £170) from Elemis
Similar to Estée Lauder, skincare brand Elemis has also given one of its bestselling products a makeover for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. £10 of each sale of its bestselling anti-wrinkle moisturiser (which contains marine and plant-based ingredients and comes in a pink tub as well as a bespoke pink ombre keepsake box) , to Breast Cancer Now.
Mango | Shop here
Buy it: Solidary T-shirt | £17.99 from Mango
Mango has launched a three-piece collection of slogan T-shirts, which come in white and charcoal grey and are emblazoned with the slogans “Take Action Together”, “Hope, Care and Love” or “Together for a good cause” on the front. All profits from the collection will go towards Fero Foundation, which is dedicated to oncological research.
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