Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Best beauty products
If there was ever an excuse to invest in one of beauty's most luxurious brands it's now, because La Mer have released a limited edition version of their make-up removing rinseless cleanser in support of Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Campaign.
The donation:30% of purchase price
, £94 for 100ml
One of Jo Malone London's classic and cult scents, which contains seven varieties of the namesake flower, is once again helping support the . Charitable giving never smelled so sweet.
The donation:£20 from each sale.
With its sleek pink rose packaging and proven make-up melting formula, Elemis' limited-edition cleansing balm is a treat for your skin that also supports breast cancer research.
The donation:Elemis has pledged to donate £25,000 this year to Breast Cancer Care.
Rose hip oil is known for its anti-ageing and restoring qualities because it is a powerful antioxidant and now your quest for a glowing complexion can help support breast cancer research too.
The donation:£3 from each sale will be donated to the Breast Cancer Prevention Partnership
Buying this duo of pink lipsticks will not only support Estee Lauder's Breast Cancer Campaign, but will mean you never need to search for a flattering, semi-matte shade again.
The donation:£5 from each sale
Aveda's intense moisturising cream soothes dry, chapped hands-leaving them noticeably softer and smoother.As the colder weather approaches, the BCA version is a handbag essential.
The donation:£5 from each sale, with the aim to raise £325,000 globally in support of cruelty-free breast cancer research.
Your hair is most fragile when it's wet so, if you're going to brush it, make sure you are using the right tools, like a Wetbrush that is specifically designed for getting rid of knots post-shower.
The donation:20% of total profit
, from £10
Upgrade your mani-pedi and think pink this October by buying one or both of Sensationail's pink polishes that are available to buy with a donation to included.
The donation:£1 from each purchase
The hair-loving bobble that works to minimise breakage and kinks when tying up your tresses is available in a new pink shade especially for Breast Cancer Awareness.
The donation:25% of product price.
, from £8, and , from £10
Philip Kingsley created this no-scent shampoo especially for individuals undergoing cancer treatment. It's formulated without parabens, sulphates, scents, added colours or lathering agents and is gentle enough to use on sensitive scalps while still leaving your hair feeling really clean.
The donation:25p is donated to for every 75ml bottle throughout the year
Clinique's iconic yellow-bottled moisturiser is one of the brand's staple skincare products and for Breast Cancer Awareness it comes in a jumbo-size version alongside a limited-edition keychain.
The donation:£7.84 from every purchase will be donated to Breast Cancer Research.
If you sweep on your foundation this October with Look Good Feel Better's brush you will also support women going through cancer treatment, by helping to finance the charity's workshops and masterclasses.
The donation:8 to 12% of each sale.
Avon is an active supporter of a wealth of women's charities, so it's no surprise that the brand is donating 50% of the proceeds from this smooth pink lip lacquer to CoppaFeel.
The donation:50% of product price
Support The Pink Ribbon Foundation by embracing next season's glittery eyeshadow trend with a pop of Wunder2's high-pigment gel.
The donation:20% of each sale
This hair mask is a cult favourite on Instagram, promising silky, smooth hair after just 10 minutes. Coco & Eve suggests using this time to check for signs of breast cancer.
The donation:20% of profits from each sale will be donated to
Jennifer Young's products are specifically designed for individuals going through cancer treatment and you can now experience them as treatments for your face, body and hands at Cowshed, where all have been specifically designed for the unique needs of cancer patients.
, from £60
Not only are all therapists at Wellness for Cancer trained at the Mondrian London spa, they also offer special experiences like the Made For Life treatment, which focuses on the wellness of those diagnosed with cancer by combining relaxing massage with a mindfulness session.
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