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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: ten products to buy

Do your bit during Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October by giving to charity while you shop

By Katie Rosseinsky

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a whole host of your favourite fashion and beauty brands are painting the town pink with a selection of charitable products. We've scouted out the best, so you can help raise much-needed funds for cancer research while you shop. For more beautification, check out London's best places to shop for beauty products, or if you're on a tight budget, we've scouted out the best beauty dupes

Breast Cancer Awareness Month picks

Jo Malone Red Roses cologne, £85

Jo Malone's covetable fragrances don't just smell lovely; they look picture-perfect on your bathroom shelf, too. The brand will donate £20 for every limited-edition bottle of Red Roses sold this month. Buy it here.

Warehouse Pom-Pom Keyring, £10

Add some cheer to your keyring with this peach pom-pom from Warehouse. Ten percent of the price will go to charity. Buy it here.


Elemis Pro Radiance Illuminating Flash Balm, £33

A hot pink version of Elemis' beauty classic. 'Legally Blonde's Elle Woods would approve. Buy it here.

Aveda Hand Relief Moisturizing Creme, £22

Infused with over 25 pure flower and plant essences, Aveda's rich and fragrant hand cream is our desk-side essential. They'll donate £2 from every sale to support cruelty free cancer research. Buy it here.


Savannah Miller x The Haven T-shirt, £25

The other Miller sis has teamed up with breast cancer charity The Haven to create this equine print tee. £10 from each sale goes to charity. Buy it here.

Bobbi Brown Peony Set, £35

A peony-hued brush and blush set from make-up supremo Bobbi Brown. £5 of the purchase price will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Buy it here.


Stella & Dot Resilience Cuff, £29

A classy, minimal bracelet from cute jewellers Stella & Dot. This month, the net profit from each sale will be donated to Breast Cancer Now. Buy it here.

Smashbox Photo Finish 24 Hour Shadow Primer, £18

Eyeshadow primer is one of those beauty products that sounds a bit OTT but turns out to be a game-changer - and Smashbox's offering is one of the best. They'll donate £5 to BCRF for every product sold. Buy it here.


Stella McCartney Alina Plunge Bra, £65

Super-sweet lingerie in a vibrant pink hue from Ms McCartney. A percentage of the label price will go to the Linda McCartney Foundation. Buy it here.

Bumble and bumble Pret-a-powder, £21.50

This dry shampoo-stroke-voluminising hair powder from pro haircare brand Bumble and bumble is one of the best we've tried. They've jazzed up the packaging with a pink cap, and will donate £5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation with each sale. Buy it here.

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