Pretty in Pink: 10 Products To Support Breast Cancer Awareness
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Think pink this October. Show your support throughout National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with some of our favorite products that directly support various breast cancer research foundations. You'll look good and help a worthy cause—what could be better?
1) Julep's "Edith" Nail Color, $14
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This cherry blossom pink crème with holographic glitter was named in honor of the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation. The "Edith" nail color supports the efforts of the foundation, which is committed to conducting groundbreaking genetic research to find a cure faster.
2) Lilly Pulitzer's Limited Edition Lilly Loves Hope Bangle and Scarf, $48 and $118, respectively
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Lilly Pulitzer created this limited edition print in honor of the American Cancer Society's 100th birthday. The adorable preppy print is available in a scarf, bangle, and even a men's necktie. Twenty percent of the proceeds from the sale of these items will be donated to the ACS. In addition, on October 12th, ten percent of proceeds from ALL Lilly stores will be donated to the ACS.
3) Sonia Kashuk's Proudly Pink FIve-Piece Purse Brush Set, $15.99
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Breast cancer awareness is something that is near and dear to beauty expert Sonia Kashuk's heart; she herself is a survivor of the disease. Kashuk's five-piece brush set allows you to show off both your inner and outer beauty. Fifteen percent of the purchase price goes to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The best part? The brushes will be available all year round.
4) GUESS Watch Set, $115
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GUESS created this limited-edition watch set with interchangeable wristbands to show their support for breast cancer research. From September 1 through January 31, 2014, 20 percent of each purchase from the watch will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation, with a minimum donation of $25,000 going to the foundation.
5) Tweezerman's Precision in Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Slant Tweezer, $22
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Not your ordinary tweezer, this handy tool is sheathed in pink enamel, adorned with the signature BCA ribbon, and topped off with a Swarovski Crystal. A dollar from the sale of each limited edition tweezer will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation and the CEW Cancer and Careers organizations, among others.
6) RAOUL's Half-Moon Makeup Pouch, $78
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RAOUL's limited edition half-moon makeup pouch will let you tote around all your necessities while supporting a good cause. The berry-hued pouch is covered with tiny caviar beads to give the exclusive piece a luxurious feel. RAOUL is donating 50 percent of the proceeds of each sale to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
7) Bobbi Brown's French Pink Set, $45
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Look pretty in pink with Bobbi Brown's limited edition French Pink Set blush. This rosy pink blush is embossed with a BCA ribbon and comes in a handy mirrored compact. During the month of October, $10 of the suggested retail price of the set will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
8) Bumble and Bumble's Spray de Mode, $27
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Throughout the month of October, $5 from every 10 oz. purchase of Spray de Mode made on Bumble and Bumble's website will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. So feel free to spritz away!
9) eos Smooth Sphere Lip Balm, 2-pack, $5.99
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Show your BCA support on the go with these handy eos lip balms. This BCA gift pack contains limited edition Fresh Watermelon and Strawberry Sorbet Smooth Spheres to keep you pucker soft and smooth. All net profits will be donated to support breast cancer research.
10) GLAMGLOW's Cure Sexy Mud Mask, $69
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Treat yourself in the name of a good cause with GLAMGLOW's limited edition tingling and exfoliating mud mask. Co-Founder and CEO of the company Shannon Dellimore is the daughter of a breast cancer survivor and is pleased to donate 25 percent of the profits from Cure Sexy to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.