14 Beauty and Fashion Items You Can Buy To Support Breast Cancer Research

Sep 28 2018 by
Categories : Shopping

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here are 14 beauty and fashion brands who will be donating proceeds from the sales of their products to support breast cancer charities around the world. 

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    Estée Lauder Powerful Pink Colour Collection

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    In support of The Estée Lauder Companies' Breast Cancer Campaign, Estée Lauder will donate 100% of the price from the sale of this product to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

    Estée Lauder Powerful Pink Colour Collection ($35), at esteelauder.com
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    #THINKPINK BASKIT

    © Baskits
    From luxurious spa and wellness products to delicious (and Insta-worthy) coconut dark chocolate, the #ThinkPink Baskit is filled with high-quality products. Twenty percent of proceeds from each #ThinkPink Baskit sold will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research. 

    #ThinkPink Baskit ($85), baskits.com
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    GUESS

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    For the fifth year in a row, GUESS Watches is partnering with The Get In Touch Foundation, a non-profit that supports breast health initiatives. Twenty percent of the sale price from every limited-edition watch sold will go to the foundation. 

    Limited Edition Sparkling Pink Watch ($120), at www.guess.ca and in stores

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    Aerie Sports Bra and Leggings

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    Aerie partnered up with Rethink Breast Cancer to create a limited-edition pink sports bra and matching leggings in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Aerie will donate 100% of the sales from the two pieces.

    Aerie Sports Bra ($34.95), Leggings ($59.95), at www.ae.com 
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    Chelsea King Scrunchies

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    Besides creating the perfect fall hair accessory, this Calgary-based scrunchie brand is super charitable. Chelsea King is donating 50 percent of proceeds from sales of their blush collection in October to the Canadian Cancer Society.

    Chelsea King Classic Blush Scrunchie ($19.99), at www.chelseaking.shop 
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    H&M x Rethink Capsule Collection

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    The H&M x Rethink capsule collection consists of five limited-edition statement tees, with illustrations by Toronto based artist Quinn Rockliff. It is designed to support breast health and the facts surrounding breast cancer. 100% of the proceeds go to Rethink Breast Cancer. 

    H&M x Rethink Capsule Collection ($17.99 each), at six H&M locations nationwide. (Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto; Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto; 1100 St. Catherine St. W, Montreal; Rideau Centre, Ottawa; Pacific Centre, Vancouver; Chinook Centre, Calgary.

     
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    Sigma Passionately Pink Brush Set

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    Sigma has once again teamed up with Bright Pink, an organization that educates and empowers women on their health. For every Passionately Pink Brush Set sold, Sigma will donate 20% of the sales to help prevent breast and ovarian cancer. 

    Passionately Pink Brush Set ($39), sigmabeauty.com
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    Gee Beauty

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    Pucker up! Gee Beauty will donate 10% of all lipstick and lipgloss sales in October to Rethink Breast Cancer (with a minimum donation of $2,500). 

    Gee Beauty Products ($28 and up), geebeauty.ca 
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    Stella McCartney

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    For the designer’s annual breast cancer awareness campaign, she released a limited edition "Rose Romancing” set that will benefit breast cancer charities and support centres around the world, including the Linda McCartney Centre in Liverpool, the Hello Beautiful Foundation in London and the Memorial Sloan Kettering in the US.

    Rose Romancing Soft Cup Bra ($145 USD), at www.stellamccartney.com

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    Saks Fifth Avenue

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    For the 20th anniversary of Saks Fifth Avenue’s Key to the Cure, it’s annual charitable initiative to fight cancer, the retailer partnered with actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus,  designer Carolina Herrera, and creative director Wes Gordon, to create a limited edition t-shirt.  All proceeds from the t-shirt will be donated to AiRS Foundation, a non-profit to support patients undergoing breast reconstruction surgery (with a guaranteed minimum donation of $250,000).

    Carolina Herrera Key To The Cure Poppy T-Shirt ($45), www.saksfifthavenue.com

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    WAXON LemonRazz Loofah Scrub

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    During the month of October, $1 from every WAXON LemonRazz Loofah Scrub (essentially a loofah and luxurious soap in one) sold will be donated directly to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

    LemonRazz Loofah Scrub ($11 for 5oz), at waxon.ca

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    Caryl Baker Visage

    © Caryl Baker Visage
    As part of the Caryl Baker Visage Brows Give Back Campaign, during the month of October, all brow services and products purchased at Caryl Baker Visage will go towards a $5,000 donation to Rethink Breast Cancer. 

    Caryl Baker Visage Brow Products & Services ($14.50 and up), carylbakervisage.com
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    April Soderstrom

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    These Crystal Cluster earrings feature 13 hand-set Swarvoski crystals in varying shades of pink for maximum sparkle. A mini version is also available for those who prefer their jewellery on the dainty side. April Soderstrom will donate 50 percent of each purchase to the Ellie Fund, a charity which provides support for breast cancer patients such as transportation and grocery assistance to ease the stress of everyday life.

    Crystal Clusters Earrings ($98 and $44 USD), at www.aprilsoderstrom.com

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    © Z Supply
    A portion of the proceed from this t-shirt will go to Breast Cancer Angels, a non-profit organization that provides financial and emotional assistance to women and their families battling breast cancer. 

    Pink Ribbon Pocket Tee ($34 USD), www.zsupplyclothing.com
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