October marks breast cancer awareness month, a time where we support those who have it while also making it known. Throughout the month, there are events that highlight breast cancer like Fashion Can Serve. There are also brands that sell limited edition products wherein 100 percent or part of the proceeds go to cancer research and education programs. Show some support this month by shopping our picks below.
For every bottle sold of this limited edition product, La Mer will donate $10 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This cream will firm up the skin and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Warm the product between your fingers before applying it to your face. Available online.
In partnership with ICANSERVE, Jewelmer has created the Why We Fight bracelet. It is a gold pearl that is strung on a pink rope with a gold ribbon charm. Part of the proceeds will be given to the foundation to fund initiatives and programs. Available at Shangri-La at the Fort.
Looking for a new pajama set? Cop this set from Gap while donating to a good cause. Fifteen percent of the purchase price will be given to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This set will be available till the end of the month or until supplies last. The sleep set is made of cotton and is highlighted with a bright pink piping. Available online.
Tory Burch has joined other brands in supporting breast cancer awareness with this tote bag. Twenty percent of each purchase will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. It has double handles, zip closure, and detachable luggage tag. It also comes in a soft pink color that you can work into your wardrobe. Available online.
Keep your lips soft and moisturized with the Kiehl’s Kiss for the Cure Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo. A hundred percent of net profits will go to Bright Pink and breast cancer education programs. The duo set includes an untinted lip treatment that is SPF 25 and a simply rose lip treatment that adds hydration. Available at Power Plant Mall.
You might already have this skincare product on your vanity but this version is a limited edition collectible. It comes in a pink bottle and has a keychain with charms like a heart and ribbon. Until June of next year, 20 percent of the retail price will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Available online.
Rethink Breast Cancer has released a collection of T-shirts as part of their #8008135 campaign. The tops are unisex and retail for $18 and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Rethink Breast Cancer. They are only available in select stores across Canada so contact a friend or relative to cop you a few. Available in select H&M stores across Canada.
Intensely moisturize your hands while donating $4 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation with this cream from Aveda. It comes in a limited edition scent, rosemary mint. It is also enriched with andiroba oil and other plant hydrators. Available online.
Support 25 years of the Breast Cancer Campaign with this set from Bobbi Brown. It includes a luminous blush in pink peony and a mini face blender brush with a pink handle. For every set purchased, $11 will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Available online.
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