The 1st of October marked the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness month and there’s loads of brands throwing their support behind raising awareness, helping out charities, as well as donating all important funding for research.
Every 10 minutes in the UK, another woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. With this knowledge, it’s vital that we continue to encourage further research into preventing and curing this horrible disease.
Some brands create special collections or collaborations especially for the month. This year brands such as Elemis and Estee Lauder have created limited editions of hero products, donating all or, some of their proceeds to relevant charities.
Clothing brand Pretty Little Thing have launched a 23 piece collection in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. ASDA also recently launched their Tickled Pink collection, featuring daily essentials, homeware and more in support of charities Coppa Feel! and Breast Cancer Now.
Keep reading below to find out the best products you can buy to support the cause.
Best products to buy to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2020
This reusable water bottle is part of ASDA’s Tickled Pink collection. It features pink hearts with printed words H2O, with the O shaped as a breast.
A minimum of 10% of the price of this product will be donated to Breast Cancer Now and CoppaFeel!, split at a 90/10 ratio respectively.
Price: £4, ASDA – buy here now
Pretty Little Thing’s 23 piece range is the thing of dreams, with something for everyone – including this cute pyjama set.
To support Breast Cancer Awareness month PrettyLittleThing aims to donate a minimum of £10,000 from the sales of the ‘PLT x CoppaFeel!’ collection to CoppaFeel!
Price: £18, Pretty Little Thing – buy here now
Enjoy great hair days and support a great cause.
For every 250ml bottle bought, 50p will be donated to the Look Good Feel Better charity, which is dedicated to improving the mental health and general wellbeing of people undergoing treatment.
Price: £20, Look Fantastic – buy here now
Fancy a new addition to your wardrobe whilst supporting hardworking charities.
The top is 100% organic cotton and features a tree of female forms design. 25% of each sale is divided equally between the following charities: CoppaFeel!, Future Dreams, Trekstock and Look Good Feel Better.
Price: £32, Girls vs Cancer – buy here now
The same hardworking formula, just in a prettier bottle. It also features a collectable Breast Cancer Awareness bracelet.
20% of the price of the product is donated to the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.
Price: £82, Selfridges – buy here now
ELEMIS is a longstanding supporter for Breast Cancer Now, heading into its 20th year.
£10 of the purchase price of the Limited Edition Pro-Collagen Marine Cream will go to Breast Cancer Now, and regardless of sales, ELEMIS guarantees to give a minimum of £40,000 to the charity.
Price: £115, Elemis – buy here now
Because you deserve a great skin day every day, La Mer’s super hydrating cream is one to consider for a little bit of TLC.
With every pot sold, La Mer will donate 50% to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Price: £65, Mr Porter – buy here now
Perfect for long walks or activity, keep your feet comfortable with breathable cushioning technology and a whole load of support. The shoes also feature a small pink ribbon for support.
For every pair of pink ribbon shoes sold, Skechers will donate £5 to support world-class research and life-changing care. All proceeds will go to Breast Cancer Now.
Price: £62, Skechers – buy here now
Luxury undergarment brand Royce Lingerie, have partnered with Future Dreams over Breast Cancer Awareness Month to provide bras for post-surgery women.
Despite all the negativity we’re surrounded with at the moment, breast cancer charity, Future Dreams and Royce Lingerie are reminding women of the positive choices they can make, such as a post-surgery bra and proper fitting.
Price: £34, Royce Lingerie – buy here now
The Think Pink edit that Shabby Store have created, will donate 10% of proceeds to The Pink Ribbon Foundation throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This is a great time to support a good cause and shop some lovely homeware items too.
Price: £38, Shabby Store – buy here now
I honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, luxury handbag and accessories brand, SENREVE is partnering with the World Cancer Research Fund to give back and further their incredible research specific to Breast Cancer.
From now until October 31st, SENREVE is pledging to donate 20% of net proceeds to WCRF on select pink items inclusive of dreamy handbags, cashmere, slippers and small leather goods.
Price: From: £65.24, SENREVE – buy here now
Missguided have released their Breast Cancer Awareness t-shirt in collaboration with CoppaFeel! to help raise money for the charity.
The t-shirt is a short sleeve with a repeat breast print and currently retails for £10.80. Throughout October, Missguided will donate 10% of all sales of this shirt, with a minimum guaranteed donation of £2,000.
The t-shirt is regular fit, mid length and 100% cotton
Price: £10.80, Missguided – buy here now
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, PopSockets, the makers of trend-led fashion and lifestyle accessories for digital devices, has collaborated with youth-focused breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! as part of their Poptivism initiative.
The brands will launch a unique range of products, including an exclusive ‘Knockers’ PopGrip design, with 50% of each sale going towards funding CoppaFeel!’s vital work.
Price: £16.99, Pop Sockets – buy here now
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