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21 beauty products you can buy to support breast cancer research

Beauty Products To Support Breast Cancer Research

Give-A-Care is a line of health and beauty products created by Rethink Breast Cancer for young women affected by breast cancer. 

Author: Victoria DiPlacido

Health & Fitness

21 beauty products you can buy to support breast cancer research

The beauty products and services worth indulging in this October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

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$4 from the purchase of Limited-Edition Aveda Hand Relief Moisturizing Cream ($34, at aveda.ca) will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). 

 

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100% of net profits from eos Body Lotion in Berry Blossom ($5.99, at drugstores and mass-market retailers) will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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$10 from the purchase of Bobbi Brown Art Stick Duo ($60, at bobbibrowncosmetics.ca) will be donated to the BCRF. 

 

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$5 from the purchase of Bumble and bumble Prêt-à-powder With Limited-Edition Pink Cap ($31, at Bumble salons across Canada) will be donated to the BCRF. 

 

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Proceeds from the Caryl Baker Visage Cosmetics Lip Colour Kit ($35, at Caryl Baker Visage locations) will help fund a $5,000 donation to Rethink Breast Cancer.

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$10 from Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion with Limited-Edition Key Chain ($47, at thebay.com) will go to BCRF. 

 

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$10 from Darphin Intral Redness Relief Soothing Serum ($105, at Holt Renfrew and Murale) will go to BCRF. 

 

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20% of the retail price of Donna Karan Liquid Cashmere Blush Eau de Parfum Spray ($110 for 50mL, at thebay.com) will go to BCRF. 

 

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20% of the retail price of Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair ($110, at esteelauder.ca) will go to BCRF. 

 

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100% of the retail price of Estée Lauder Pink Perfection Color Collection ($40, at esteelauder.ca) goes to BCRF. 

 

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Give-A-Care is a line designed by Rethink Breast Cancer for young women affected by breast cancer; 100% of the proceeds go to Rethink. Above: Give A Care I-know-this-hospital-waiting-room-like-the-back-of-my Hand Sanitizer ($4, at giveacare.ca).

 

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Give-A-Care and Leaves of Trees If-one-more-person-tells-me-that-at-least-I-don’t-look-sick-I-may-never-get-rid-of-this Headache Balm ($10, at giveacare.ca)

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Give-A-Care and Leaves of Trees My-emotions-are-so-out-of-whack-that-even-my-skin-is-being-too Sensitive Hand Cream ($12, at giveacare.ca). 

 

 

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Give-A-Care and Leaves of Trees I’m-tired-dehydrated-and-cranky-so-don’t-give-me-any-of-your Lip Balm ($10, at giveacare.ca).

 

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Give-A-Care and UberLube All-the-slow-jams-and-silk-sheets-in-the-world-couldn’t-do-it-for-me-right-now-I-need Lube ($20, at giveacare.ca).

 

 

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Give-A-Care and Aveda You-can-take-away-my-hair-but-you-can-never-take-away-my Lipstick ($24, at giveacare.ca).

 

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20% of the price of Lab Series Skincare For Men Age Rescue+ Face Lotion ($60, at thebay.com) will go to BCRF. 

 

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$20 from the sale of La Mer The Lip Balm ($70, at Holt Renfrew) will go to BCRF. 

 

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$1 from the purchase of every WAXON Lemonrazz Loofah Scrub ($11, at waxon.ca) is donated to the BCRF. 

 

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$5 from the purchase of Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask ($31, at origins.ca) will go to BCRF. 

 

 

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For every pink manicure or gel manicure during October, The Ten Spot will donate $1 to the Canadian Cancer Society (Prices vary, thetenspot.com). 

 

(Image: Getty) 

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