7 Products That Give Back for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is one of our favourite months of the year for a trifecta of reasons—Halloween, quintessential clues of spring, and the soul-warming onslaught of initiatives we receive from countless brands dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For many, it's a topic that hits close to home, so we didn't skip a beat this year, pulling together all the amazing beauty loot you can buy this month (and sometimes beyond!) to help support BCA.
Not only will our grouping of seven think-pink picks make you feel even more beautiful physically, but their shop-for-a-cause imperative is pretty unbeatable as well. Curious to see what makeup, and skincare must-haves you should definitely stock up on in the month of October? Keep scrolling for everything on our current wish list.
Ghd Lulu Gold Styler 1'' ($290)
A loving collaboration between Ghd and Lulu Guinness, featuring a chicly pink print of lips, this limited-edition version of the brand's Gold Styler honors Ghd's yearly commitment to ending breast cancer. For each styler purchased, $20 will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Black Chicken Remedies Axilla More to Love Deodorant Paste ($20)
A good, natural deodorant is hard to come by, but Black Chicken Remedies seem to have it sorted. For the month of October, the brand has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to launch a limited edition and larger sized pink version of their best selling cult Axilla Deodorant Paste. $2 from every tub sold this month will go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturiser ($70)
This yellow moisturiser is iconic, and for good reason. It's no fuss, hydrating, and never heavy under makeup. This limited-edition version is accompanied by a Clinique key ring with five charms, including the Pink Ribbon. $10 from every purchase will go towards the National Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Another skincare icon, Lauder's ANR is favourite among beauty editors for its hydrating, nourishing effect on ageing skin types. This October, you can purchase this limited hot pink bottle, where $30 of the retail price will go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (which was in fact founded by Evelyn H. Lauder in 1993).