October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and HollywoodLife.com has a list of beauty brands who are donating proceeds to charities in hopes to find a cure. Keep reading to find out how you can make a difference this month, all while looking good!
It’s that time of year again — it’s officially Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Support the cause by purchasing beauty products from brands that contribute to the cause. HollywoodLife.com has compiled our favorite brands that are dedicated to raise breast cancer awareness and have come out with limited edition products to help spread awareness and raise funds for a cure. Read on to see these beauty brands giving back!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month — Brands That Care
Matrix Haircare has repackaged five of their most popular hair products in the pink we’ve all come to associate with breast cancer awareness. They are generous enough to donate 10 percent of sales to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Nails Inc. has partnered up with designer Matthew Williamson and model/actress Poppy Delevingne, and created two limited edition polishes exclusively for the Breast Cancer Campaign – a leading breast cancer research charity in the UK. Beyonce rocked one of the polishes in early October.
Elemis has repacked their hero products in a pink bag and proceeds will be included in a $15,000 donation to the Breast Cancer Care charity.
Sephora released a limited-edition five-piece brush set in a pink snakeskin travel bag. $1 of the sale of each set goes toward the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Ahava supports the cause by lending a helping hand to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. A limited edition hand cream is available in October only and on sale for only $21 — it’s a $31.50 value. 10 percent of Ahava proceeds are being donated to fund research and promote early detection and education.
More Beauty Brands Giving Back
This month, our favorite Tweezerman tweezers are produced in a limited edition”Precision in Pink” where $1.00 from the sale of each limited edition Slant Tweezer will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure as well as to the CEW Cancer and Careers organizations among other charities throughout the country.
Paul Mitchell has a big collection of hair products, brushes, and styling tools that will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Check out PaulMitchell.com for salon locations.
Indulge with some chocolates from Edward Marc. Through October 31, buy the NEW Edward Marc Chocolatier Pink Pecan Caramel Terrapins and 20% of the online sales will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Many beauty brands are helping make a difference and now you can too! Shop our gallery for these fabulously cute pink beauty products that help the cause!
— Stacy Cabello