October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many beauty brands are taking the initiative to donate to a cause that affects all women. Here are 8 brands giving back this month.
This facial spritz refreshes skin with ingredients like Rose Damscena Flower water and oil extracts. In celebration of their 7 year partnership with Living Beyond Breast Cancer®, jane iredale will donate 100% of the profits from this hydration spray to help them support women affected by breast cancer.
This set comes with both of the brand’s lip enhancing glosses – Beach Blush and Nude Pearl. Each one restores your pout’s fullness, definition and volume while keeping it hydrated. $5 from the sale of each set will be donated to the Personal Care Products Council Foundation that benefits the Look Good Feel Better Campaign.
The Lacquer Cabinet is a monthly subscription service where customers receive three limited edition shades of Nailtini’s vegan nail polish. For October, they’re launching a special edition box including a trio of pink shades like Pink Fix and Pink Pillow. $2 from each box will be donated to the Basser Center.
Delivering awesome color with just one swipe, this limited edition gloss hydrates without the heavy binders. For every purchase, Smashbox will donate $5 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding a cure.
Stylishly show your support for breast cancer prevention and research with this synthetic clip-in extension. It’s easy to apply and compliments all types of curly hair. 100% of the purchase price will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. They will also donate $1 for every Facebook, Instagram or Twitter photo showcasing the pink curl (just be sure to use the hashtag #CurlsForACure).
This beauty staple will still deliver the rich and long-lasting hydration it always has but in a new and BCA month inspired packaging. For the month of October the brand will showcase it’s support of the Susan G Komen foundation, donating a quarter of a million dollars to the cause regardless of sales.
John Frieda’s frizz fighting hair care line is also lending its support to Susan G Komen. Products such as the Smooth Start Shampoo, Conditioner and Moisture Barrier Firm Hairspray will be in the limited edition pink ribbon packaging in October. The brand will also donate a quarter of million dollars to the organization.
The nail polish brand known for taking inspiration from high fashion runways is showing its support for breast cancer awareness with its signature pink shade, Lolli. Profits from the sale of this nail lacquer will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
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