Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many beauty brands give back by releasing your favorite products with a pink twist. From meaningful necklaces to nail polish, they all benefit breast cancer initiatives (proceeds go to different charities). Go ahead and shop the cause.
Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Set ($45) • Bobbi Brown offers a limited edition set called Pink Peony, featuring an illuminating powder and a mini face brush and will be donating $10 from each sale to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Clinique Pink with a Purpose ($16) • Clinique has created a limited edition Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Color Balm, Plumped Up Pink; a unique shade, perfect to spice up your look. It comes with a small cosmetic pouch. $3 out of every sale will go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
It Cosmetics Brow Power Eyebrow Pencil ($24) • For every brow pencil sold, It Cosmetics will be donating another pencil to the American Cancer Society’s Look Good, Feel Better program. Their goal? Help women face the effects of cancer with confidence.
Origins Make a Difference & Peace of Mind ($16.50) • Origins is offering a rejuvenating hand cream and a spot-relief treatment that helps fight fatigue and stress, both in a pink clip. $3.50 out of each purchase will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Estée Lauder The Evelyn Lauder Dream Collection (from $12.50 to $95) • The brand pays tribute to Evelyn Lauder’s courageous life and legacy—it’s also a way to help make Evelyn’s dream come true: eradicate breast cancer. The Pink Ribbon design this year features a touch of blue to represent breast cancer diagnosed in men.
Elemis Think Pink ($65) • This beautiful kit features award-winning products in convenient sizes. Proceeds from every Think Pink sold will generate a £10K GBP donation to Breast Cancer Care.
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Clinique Great Skin, Great Cause ($36) • Another cult-classic product that comes with a pretty key chain and charms for BCA month. $10 of each item sold goes to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
eos Berry Blossom Hand Lotion & Strawberry Sorbet Smooth Sphere ($6.99) • 100% of profits from every pack sold will be donated to further the advancement of research for the treatment and cure of breast cancer.
Isabelle Grace Jewelry Breast Cancer Collection • To commemorate BCA month, Isabelle Grace Jewelry has released a line of inspirational necklaces and bracelets, not only for women who are fighting cancer but also for anyone supporting the cause. 25% of each Survivor necklace purchase will go to Breastcancer.org.
OPI Pink of Hearts ($14.50) • This limited-edition duo (featuring a new sparkle and classic pink shade) is designed to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. OPI will donate $25,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure and $5,000 to Rethink Breast Cancer in Canada.
Essie Breast Cancer Awareness Collection ($8) • Essie believes in the power of women and by creating these four cheerful nail polishes, she says “let’s beat this together”. A portion of every bottle of I Am Strong will be donated to help find a cure.
Tweezerman Precision in Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Slant Tweezer ($22) • By launching a pink version of their best-selling Slant Tweezer, the brand will be donating $1 of every purchase to help support the fight against Breast Cancer.
Biolage Colorcaretherapie BCA Kit ($11.95) • This collection features four cult-favorite hair care products. For every kit purchased, $1 is donated to the Regis Foundation for Breast Cancer Research. Matrix will be donating about $22,000 in total from all sales of this set.
Pantene Beautiful Lengths Collection • Pantene—and their new Latina spokesperson, Maite Perroni—will continue to support this cause with its unique program where women can donate their ponytails to create free real-hair wigs for cancer patients via the American Cancer Society.
Not Your Mother’s • For a second year in a row, the brand will donate 10% of all their online sales to Young Survival Coalition. This partnership will help spread an important message: young women do get breast cancer, too.