Think Pink During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Feel good, look good and most importantly, do good this month

 

It’s breast cancer awareness month, and whether it’s a big contribution, or a small one, YOU can help raise awareness for a disease that affects a staggering one in eight women in the UK.

With designers Stella McCartney and Tommy Hilfiger, and stores Forever 21 and Topshop on board, as well as celebrities such as Elizabeth Hurley, Kate Moss and Naomi Watts, there’s never been a better time to think pink. By purchasing one of the gorgeously pink products below, you’ll be helping women with breast cancer, by providing specialist nurses and emotional support.

 

Get your pink fix and stay sporty with these Monster iSport Intensity In-Ear Headphones, £79.95 (£5 donation), get yours at: Johnlewis.com.

 

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A beautiful way to show your support of Breast Cancer Awareness. In the Evelyn Lauder & Elizabeth Hurley Dream Pink Collection, you’ll receive a Long Lasting Lipstick in Limited Edition Dream Pink and Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Blushing Lilac and Berry Hot. All encased in a cute pink foldover clutch. For every purchase of the £28 collection, , Estée Lauder will donate 20% of the retail price to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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Brighten up loved ones day with this beautiful In The Pink Bouquet from M&S, £35. 10 per cent of each sale will be donated to the Breast Cancer campaign.

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Feel good in this ultra cozy Fuzzy Polka Dot Bathrobe, at £15.50, Forever 21 are giving £1 to every purchase.

 

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Jo Malone’s Red Roses Cologne gives us an exquisite blend of 7 rose varieties. The scent is encased in a feminine pink bottle, symbolic of breast cancer campaign. For each Red Roses Cologne (£82) sold, Jo Malone will donate £20 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation UK.BC6

 

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