Go Team Pink!
As you all know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so this week all my posts will be about Breast Cancer Awareness and the latest campaigns and pink beauty products. I came across this brilliant article by Sarah Barclay and thought I have to share with you all in case you missed it in this week’s You magazine. Sarah has listed 10 products all in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month take a look and get purchasing as this is for a really good cause.
Do your bit beautifully for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Over the past 20 years, Estee Lauder’s Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness campaign has raised more than £37 million. This year sees the launch of a wide selection of Pink Ribbon products, including Evelyn Lauder and Elizabeth Hurley Dream Pink Collection (three mini Pure Colour Envy Sculpting Lipsticks that come in a mini pink bag); £10 from every sale will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. £28, esteelauder.co.uk
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Origins is donating £5 from the sale of each botanical-packed Make a Difference Rejuvenating Hand Treatment to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. £19.50, origins.co.uk
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Enjoy the soothing aroma of Jo Malone London Red Roses Cologne; £20 from every purchase will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. £85, jomalone.co.uk
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Queen of the natural look Bobbi Brown is donating £5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation from the sale of every limited-edition Peony Blush and Brush. £30, bobbibrown.co.uk
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Haircare aficionado Paul Mitchell is donating 55p to CoppaFeel from the sale of every Styling Brush. From £7.25, paul-mitchell.co.uk
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Jane Iredale is giving 60p from each gentle organic Smell the Roses Hydrating Spray to against Breast Cancer. £23, janeiredale.co.uk
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Bourjois is donating £1 to Breast Cancer Care from the sale of every Little Round Pot Blusher, £7.99, and Rouge Edition Velvet Lipstick, £8.99, feelunique.com and lookfantastic.com
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GHD is donating £10 from the sale of each of its Vintage Pink Platinum Straighteners to Breast Cancer Now. £165, ghd.co.uk
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For stressed or oversensitive skin, try Darphin Intral Redness Relief Soothing Serum; £5 from each sale will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. £68, darphin.co.uk
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Twenty per cent from the sale of each lip-plumping Creme De La Mer the Lip Balm will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. £45, cremedelamer.co.uk
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