Six Ways You Can Support Breast Cancer Awareness

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Proud To Be Pink Lip Colour Duo, BOBBI BROWN

Shopping is just one of the many ways you can show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness this month. Read on to pick up a gift that gives back in the best possible way…


Proud To Be Pink Lip Colour Duo, BOBBI BROWN


Created specifically for the Estee Lauder Companies Breast Cancer Campaign, this pair of creamy full-coverage Lip Colours, in Pink and Tulle, help support the Breast Cancer Research Fund by means of a donation from every sale made.


Gisele Short Pj Set, EBERJEY

Head over to the brand’s website and be inspired by Eberjey’s edit Shop For A Cure. It includes an assortment of pink products – pyjamas and lingerie in some of their best selling styles – and 20% of your purchase will go toward the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


Advanced Night Repair Serum in limited edition pink, ESTEE LAUDER

Already a firm favourite amongst beauty aficionados. This lovely pink limited edition version of Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Serum will help fight cancer as well as tending to skin needs, with 20% of the retail price going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation until June 2020.


Melinda Crew-Neck Sweater, VERONICA BEARD

For the entirety of October, Veronica Beard will donate $10 from every order to Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Also be sure to check out the VB Gives Back initiative under the Our Story section of the website, where women are sharing their own breast cancer stories. 

5. LA MER 

The Treatment Lotion, LA MER

La Mer’s Treatment lotion is a rich formula which penetrates moisture deep into the skin. So you can achieve super soft, hydrated skin, while 20% of the price will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


GU7647 Cat-Eye Sunglasses, GUESS

For the fourth year running, Guess and the Marcolin Group have committed to support Breast Cancer Awareness by partnering with the American non-profit The Get In Touch Foundation which is devoted to educating women of all ages to get in touch with their bodies, to recognise even the slightest change through the use of safe, non-invasive tools for proper breast self-exams. They have created a capsule collection of eyewear which includes sunglasses and eyeglasses embellished with the iconic ribbon in rose gold metal. 


  • Words by Elaine Lloyd-Jones
  • Images: Supplied